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MINUTES 



ANNUAL CONFERENCES 



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CONTENTS. 



CoxmoKas. Pion. 

AFRICA 22, 234 

ALABAMA 10,221 

ARKANSAS 21, 124 

AUSTIN 6,122 

BALTIMORE 66, 169 

BENGAL 59, 235 

BULGARIA MISSION 91, 238 

CENTRAL ALABAMA 18, 181 

CENTRAL MISSOURI 40, 176 

CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA 60, 160 

DELAWARE 79, 229 

EAST GERMAN 39,163 

EAST MAINE 82,216 

FLORIDA 7, 123 

GEORGIA 8, 123 

INDIAN MISSION 90,236 

ITALY 89, 236 

KANSAS 47, 166 

LEXINGTON 34, 178 

LITTLE ROCK 26, 136 

LOUISIANA 16,223 

MAINE 81,213 

MEXICO 23, 133 

MISSISSIPPI 27, 136 

MISSOURI 48, 167 

NEWARK 62, 187 

NEW ENGLAND 74, 197 



GoHrauwon. Paqii. 

NEW ENGLAND SOUTHERN 77, 206 

NEW HAMPSHIRB 84, 231 

NEW JERSEY 86,218 

NEW YORK 72,201 

NEW YORK EAST 69, 180 

NORTHERN NEW YORK 67, 173 

NORTH INDIA 12, 233 

NORTH INDIANA 67,191 

NORTH-WEST KANSAS. 36, 160 

PHILADELPHIA 62, 209 

SAINT JOHN'S RI YER 11, 126 

SAINT LOUIS 46, 154 

SAVANNAH 6, 120 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 17, 129 

SOUTHERN GERMAN 20,134 

SOUTH INDIA. 88, 237 

SOUTH KANSAS 43,162 

SOUTH-WEST KANSAS 32, 167 

TEXAS. 13,127 

TROY 64, 139 

VERMONT 60, 194 

VIRGINIA 29, 144 

WASHINGTON 42, 185 

WEST TEXAS 24, 148 

WILMINGTON 30, 226 

WYOMING 37, 146 

GENERAL RECAPITULATION..... 239-241 



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Bishops of the Methodist Episcopal Church. 



THOMAS BOWMAN, 
RANDOLPH S. FOSTER, 
STEPHEN M. MERRILL, 
EDWARD G. ANDREWS, 
HENRY W^. WARREN, 
GYRUS D. FOSS, 
JOHN F. HURST, 
WILLIAM X. NINDE, 
JOHN M. WALDEN, 
WILLARD F. MALLALIEU, 
CHARLES H. FOWLER, 
JOHN H. VINCENT, 
JAMES N. FITZ&ERALD, 
ISAAC W. JOYCE, 
JOHN P. NEWMAN, 
DANIEL A. GOODSELL. 



KISSIONART BISHOP FOR AFRICA, 

WILLIAM TAYLOR. 

MISSIONART BISHOP FOR INDIA AND MALATSIA, 
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MINUTES. 



SAVANNAH CONFERENCE, 

Held in Avista, Ga.y Janaary 8-189 1890. 
BISHOP HURST, Presiding. J. B. L. WILLIAMS, Secretary. 



Qux8T. 1. Vfho art Becekttd hy 
TrattAfer, and from wAat Oonr 
fareneetf 

None. 

QusffT. 3. Who are Admitted on 
Trialf 
Andrew Owenii, Emanuel Uar- 
riBon, James H. Wilson, Oneal 
Samplen. 8. H. Jordan, Geo. W. 
Lewis, James H. Sanders, Aaron 
8. Peny, Daniel W. Wynn. James 
N. Andenon, Chas. H. Blake— 11. 

QussT. a Who Remain on Trialf 
Sidney B. Beakford, Simon C. 
CrandalJ.AlexanderJonnson. Will- 
iam A. Mitchell, Isaac 6. Nonn, 
Patrick H. Travis, William Yoong 

QuisT. 4. Who are DieeorUtnuedf 
Thomas N. Miller. 

QusOT. 5. Who are Admitted ifUo 
Fidl Conneetionf 
William H. Lovelace, Vinson D. 
Jenkins— 2. 

QussT. 6. Who are Be-admittedf 

None. 

Quest. 7. Who are Beeeieed on 

CrederUudefrom other Ckwreheef 

None. 

QuBST. 8. What Traeding Preach- 
en have been deettd Deaoone f 
William H. Lovelace, Vinson D. 

Jenkins — 8. 

QuisT. 9. WhaJt Traveling Preach- 
ere have been ordained Deacone f 
William H. Lovelace, Vinson D. 
Jenkins — 8. 

QussT. 10. What Local IVeachere 
have been elected Deaeone f 
Patrick H. Travis, Geo. W. 
Hodge, Daniel W. Wynn, Chas. 
H. Blake, Wm. Perry, Jonas 8. 
Mavs, Henry Williams, William 
Walker, James H. Sanders, Daniel 
Martin, William Crawford— 11. 

Qmr. 11. What Zoedl Preachere 
Tune been ordained Deaeone f 
Patrick H. Travis, Geo. W. 
Hodge, Daniel W. Wynn, Chas. 



H. Blake, Wm. Perry, Jonas 8. 
Mavs, Henry Williams, William 
Walker, James H. Sonders, Daniel 
Martin, William Crawford— 11. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Traveling 
Deaeone qfthe Hret Claeef 
William H. Lovelace/Vinson D. 
Jenkins, - Columbus W. Adams, 
Henry C. Dennis, A. M. H. Evans, 
John W. Fisher, Gideon Y. Flem- 
ister, R. B. Hinesman, Jasper C. 
Hunt, Willis Sagoes, Richard SU- 
cy— 11. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Traveling 
Deaoone 0/ the Second Claeef 
Geo. W. Arnold, William A. 
Holmes, John A. HoUiday, Henry 
M. White, John P. Wragg— 6. 

Quest. 14. What Traveling Dea- 
eone have been dedeiElderef 
Emmett D. Giddens, Reuben R. 
O'Neal— 8. 

Quest. 16. What Traveling Dea- 
oone havebeenordaineASideref 
Emmett D. Giddens, Reuben R. 

O'Neal— 2. 

Quest. 16. What Local Deaoone 

have been elected JSlderef 

None. 

Quest. 17. What Local Deaeone 

have been ordained EUUre f 

None. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Supemti^ 
mcrary Preacheref 
Robert Anderson, Geo. Wash- 
ington, Augustus C. White— 8. 

Quest. 19. Wlto are the Superan- 
nuated Preacheref 
Robert M. Taylor, Geo. Stand- 
ing, Edward Luoey— 8. 

Quest. 20. Wae the Character pf 
each Preacher Examined f 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 

Quest. 21. Have any Diedf 

William H. Francis, James J. 
Elsby— 2. 

(See obituary, p. 118.) 



Quest. 22. Save any been Trane* 

ftrredy and to what Oortferenoeef 

None. 

Quest. 88. Have any WUhdrawnf 
Richard Bigham. 

Quest. 84. Have any been Located 

at iheir own request f 

None. 

Quest. 85. Have any been Looatedf 
None. 

Quest. 86. Have any been permitted 

to Withdraw under Chargee f 

James A. Adams. 

Quest. 87. Have any beenKxpeOedf 
None. 

Quest. 88. Who are edeeted for 
Triers qf Appeale f 
Edward L. Hammett, Ceah E. 
Wright, R. T. Adams. L. J. Pres- 
ton. J. B. L. Williams, James 
Jackson, Geo. W. Matthews— 7. 

Quest. 89. What ie the Stattetical 

Report for thie Conference yearf 

(See Ubulated sUtement, p. 120.) 

Quest. 80. What are the Claims 

on the Coi\ferenoe Fundf 

$675. 

Quest. 81. What has been Received 
on these CUdmSy and how has it 
been Applied f 

•849, 

which has been applied under or- 
der of the Conference. 



Quest. 82. Where are the IVeach- 
ere Stationed f 

[Theie appointments are all tai the State 
ofCkorfla.] 

ATLANTA DISTRICT. 
A. J. WiLsoir, P.E. 
(P. 0. Newnan.) 
Atlanta: Chapel Street, J. A. 
Holliday. 
East, John CroUey, 
Loyd Street and North, M. C, 
B. Maeon, one to be sup- 
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Atlanta: South Atlanta and PittB- 
burg, E. E. West. 
University Charge, to be sup- 
plied. ^ 

Fairburn, C. W. Adams. 

Grantville, A, B, Allan, 

Grantville Circuit, William Young. 

Hapesville (P. O., Soath AUanta), 
WiUis Sagoes. 

Heard (P. O.. Enon GroTe), to be 
supplied. 

Hogansville, J. D. Jenkim. 

Hogansville Circuit, A. G. Gill, 

La Grange, J, B. L, Williams, 

La Grange Circuit, G. W. Ar- 
nold. 

Lutherville, H. M. Wliite. 

Newnan, W. H. Grwjes. 

Newnan Circuit, G, W, Merri- 
wether. 

Palmetto, SamusI Smith, 

Palmetto Circuit, to be supplied. 

Piney Grove and Cross Anchor 
(P. Oh Palmetto), WiUiam Bop- 

W. P. ThirkiM, President of 
Ganmion Theoloffioal Semi- 
nary—member or University 
Charge, Atlanta, Quarterly Con- 
ference. 

GAINESVILLE DISTRICT. 
M. M. Alotok, P.E. 
(P. 0., Gaioesrllte.) 
Athens, to be supplied. 
Decatur, H. C. Dennis. 
Duluth, Emanuel Harrison. 
Elberton, 8. B. Beauford. 
Franklin (P. O.. LavonU). O. Sftm- 



GRIFFIN DISTRICT. 

E. L. Hajoimt, P.E. 

(P. O..Griflln.) 

Bamesville, Alexander Johnson. 

Clavton, (P. 0.. Jonesborouch), W. 

H. Lovelace. 
Flat Shoals, C. T, EoherU, 
Greenville, V. D. Jenkins. 
Griffin, J. P. Wragg. 
Griffin Circuit, hTR, Alien, 
Hampton, L. J, Prttion, 
Liberty Hill (P. o.. Orchard Hill}, J, 

D. Arnold. 
If cDonough, J. H, Grani, 
Oak Hill (P. 0- Cora), G. W, Lamar, 
Whitesville, W. C, Ilunter, 
Whitewater, Warner HUl, 
Woodbury and Free Liberty, G. Y. 

Flemister. 
Zebulon, B. R, (fNeal. 

MACON DISTRICT. 
John Watts, P.E. 
(P. 0„ Bfaoon.) 
Augusta, 8. H, Hayes, 
Bartow, to be supplied. 
BuUock (P. 0., Dover), A. B, FUK 
Burke (P. 0., WameaboronglO, to be 

supplied. 
Burton, Aaron Johnmm, 
Bvron, to be supplied. 
Charlostown, W. A. Holmes. 
Columbus, to be supplied. 
Cordele and Coney, Aaron S. Perry. 
CuUoden^d Knox ville, R. T,Kent. 
Eastman and Hawkins ville, J. H. 

Wilson. 
Forsyth, David MeLendan, 
Juliette and Holton (P. o., HoKod), to 

be supplied. 
Macon, C, R, BuMnaton, 
Macon Circuit, E. B. Davis. 
Millen and Munnerlyn (P. o., Bf niai), 

S. H. Jordan. 
Sylvania, 8, H, Garey, 
Waynesborough, James Jackson. 

ROME DISTRICT. 

C. 0. FiSHKR, P.E. 
(P. 0., Atlanta.) 
Adairsville, C. H. Blake. 
CartersviUe, G. W. MaUhmos, 
Carrollton, N. 8. Stirling. 



Carrollton Circuit, Jacob Jaek9(m. 
Cave Spring, W. H. Brown. 
DougUiss, D. W. Wynn. 
Floyd (P. 0., BoUand Store), to be 

supplied. 
Marietta, J. N. Anderson. 
Rome : First Church, 8, C. Upshmo, 

Second Chuch, I. G. Nunn. 
Borne Circuit (P. o., Uvimstoo), J. 

W. Naylor. 
Shady Grove (P. 0., OreviUe), B. H» 

McCain. 
TaUapoosa, G. A. Arnold. 
Temple (P. o.. Bi«m«o), W. C. 

Bryant. 
Walker and Sunmierville (P. o. 

Sammenrille), Joseph Sams. 
F, M, Gordon^ teacher in Deaf and 

Dumb Asylum — member of Cave 

Spring Quarterly Conference. 

SAVANNAH DISTRICT. 

A. P. Mklton, P.E. 

(P. O., Waieroiiw) 

A^ing (P. O.. Baxley), S. C. Clan- 

Blackihear, J. C, Allen, 
Brunswick, C, K, Wrighi, 
Brunswick Circuit, (P. 0- BUrtfa^, 

to be supplied. 
Barien (P. O.. Sparks), to be sup- 
plied. 
Camden (P. o.. Owen's Perrr), L. Jf. 

(JoaUs, 
Darien and Saint Simon (P. o, Bmos- 

wlck), to be supplied. 
Homerville. Richard Stacy. 
Jessup, to be supplied. 
Montgomerv (p. o. Mount Vemon), 

Geowe W. Lewis. 
ReidsviUe (P. O., Perr7*t Mills), J. W. 

Fisher. 
Saint Mary's, F. M, Jones. 
Savannah, Archibald Samuels, 
Savannah Circuit, J. H. Sandere. 
Valdosta, /. ff, Smith. 
Waycross, A. M. H. Evans. 
J. C. Hunt and C. H. Newton, left 

without appointments to attend 

some one ot our schools. 

QuBST. 88. Where shall the next 
Ooitferencebeheldf 
In Macon. 



N CONFERENCE, 

Clarendon, Tex., Jan. 16-18, 1890. 



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Wilder, Ira H. Le Fetra, John A. 
Deichman— 4. 

Quest. 8. Who Remain on Trial F 
August 8. Hart, 

Quest. 4. W/to ai-e Discontinued f 

None. 

Quest. 6. Who are Admitted into 

Full Connection f 

None. 

Quest. 6. Who are Rc-admitUdf 

None. 



A. COOPER, Secretary. 

Quest. 7. Wlw are Received on 

Credentialefrom other Churches f 

None. 

Quest. 8. What Travding Preach- 

ers have been elected Deacons / 

None. 

Quest. 9. What Traveling iVwcA- 

ers have been ordained Jueacfmsf 

None. 

Quest. 10. What Local lYeachm 

ftave been elected Deacons f 

None. 

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QUBST. 11. WuMi Local Brmehen 

have been ordamai Deacon* f 

None. 

QUBST. 12. Who care the IhtveUng 

Deacons o/ the Pirti Claeef 

None. 

QuBBT. IS. Who are the Traveling 

Deacons <^ the Second Class f 

David B. Johnson. 

QUBST. 14. What Tra»elinq Dea- 
cons lave been elected EuUnf 
None. 

QunT. 15. What Traveling Deo- 

cone have been ordained Etderef 

None. 

QUHIT. 16. What Local Deaams 

have been elected Eldersf 

None. 

<)X7K8T. 17. What Local Deacons 

have been ordained Elders f 

None. 

QUSST. 18. Who are the Supernu- 
merary Preachers f 
F. C. Moore. 

QuttT. 19. Who are the Superon- 

muded Preachers f 

W. J. Bassett. 

quiST. 20. Was the Character (^ 
each Preacher Examined f 
This was stricUj done, as the 
name of each Preaoher was called 
in open Conferenoe. 

QvssT. 21. Haive otny Died f 
None. 

QciST. 22. Bave any been Trans^ 
ferred^ and to what Uonferetices f 
,P, A. Luftdberg^Xo Noith-weet 
Sweden ; L. W, ElHns, to Erie ; 
J. O. Kirkpatrick, to Illinois ; Ira 



H. Le Fetra, to CincinnaU : E, 0. 
MelnHre to Southern Caliiomia 



Qunr. sa. Bmve amy WUhdtawnf 
None. 

QUMT. 9A. Move any been Loeaied 
at their own re^[uesif 

None. 

Qum. S6. Haveany been Located f 
None. 

QuBST. 26. Bave any hemjpermiiUd 

to Withdraw under Charges f 

None. 

QuBST. 27. BisveastybeenEjgteUedf 
None. 

QuBST. 28. Who are sdeeted /or 
Triers qf Appeals f 

J. P. Dimmitt, Olaus Halverson, 
G. W. While, P. A. JuhUn, Har- 
vey Webb, C. £. Qiddings, J. I. 
McLaughlin — ^7. 

QuxsT. 22. Whatis theStaUsHcal 
Report for this Conference yearf 
(See Ubulated statement, p. 122.) 

Quwr. 80. What is the Conference 
Treaeurer'e JUport/or this Con- 
ference year f 
Disciplinary answer not received. 

QuxsT. 81. What are the Claims 
on the Conference Pundf 

$312 90. 

QussT. 82. What has been Jleceived 
on these Claims^ and how has it 
been Applied f 

$313 90, 

which has been applied under 
order of the Conference. 



Qustr. 88. Where are the Prmchr^ 
ers Stationed f 

[These appointments are all In the State 
of Texan] 

FORT WORTH DISTRICT. 

O. C. Drafeb, P.E. 

(P.O.. Port Worth) 

Anstin: Central, to be supplied. 

Swedish. A, </. Ottstafson, 
Clifkon and Bosque, J. A. Deioh- 



Dallas, /. /. MeLaugMin, 
Denison, T. B. CorlhiU. 
Denton, C 0. Richardson, 
Fort Worth: Sunt Paul, to be 
supplied. 

Sweaish, to be supj^ed. 
Gainesville, O. W. WhiU, 
Qalveston: Swedish, 0. Baherson, 
Oarrett, to be supplied. 
Geofgetown ana Brushy, to be 

supplied. 
Harnsbui^ and Houston, D. B. 

Johnson. 
Macomb, iToTMy Webb. 
Manor, August WahUn, 
Mason, to oe supplied. 
Odessa, to be supplied. 
San Antonio, C, E OiddAngs, 
Suedonia, P. A, JuUin, 
Sunset and BetheL to be supplied. 
Waco : First Church, C. W. Hamcd. 

Swedish, August S. Hart. 
A. A. Johnson^ President, and W, L 

Graham^ Dean, Texas Wealeyan 

College— members of Fort Worth 

Quarterly Conference. 

CLARENDON DISTRICT. 
W. A. Coop«B, P.E. 
(P. O.t Clarendon.) 
Amarilla, to be supplied* 
Clarendon, W. A, Cooper, 
Epworth, to be supplied. 
Iowa Park, J, R Vimmiit, 
Lipscomb, J. £, CallouHty. 
Mangum, L, B, Carhart. 
Washburn, G. W, Richardson. 

QussT. 84. Where shall the next 

Conference be heldf 

In Waco. 



FLORIDA CONFERENCE, 

Held in Jacksonville, Florida, Jan. 23-27, 1S90« 
BISHOP BOWMAN, Presiding. JEFFREY GRANT, Secretary. 



Quxsr. 1. Who are Received by 
TVantfer^ and from what Con- 
fertncesf 

None. 

OcxsT. 8. Who are Admitted on 
Trialf 
R. Drake, Pearl Daniels, Albert 
S. J. Allen-8. 

QuxsT. 8. Who Remain on Trial f 
Lawrence J. Little, Robert B. 

Pinckney, James A. Grimaley, 

David £. Jacobs, Joseph M. 

Deas— 6. 
NoTK.— Sdnto Wright and AHen J. 

OHmpl>ell not pasied in flrrt resr't 
tudlet. 



QussT. 4. Who are Discontinued f 
None. 

QuxsT. 5. Who are Admitted into 
FuU ConneeHonf 
Fillmore M. Spicer, Edward Fer- 
guson— 8. 

QuBflTT. 6. Who are Be-adm4ttedf 
None. 

Qunrr. 7. Who are Received on 

CredenHaisfrom other Churches t 

None. 

QuxsT. 8. What Traveling Preach^ 

ere have been elected Deacons f 

None. 



Quest. 9. What Traveling^ Preach- 
ers have bet ' ' ' 



QuBST. 10. 
havebH 
Pearl Dai 
len— 2. 

Quest. 11. 
havebeen 
Pearl Dai 

QuxsT. 12. 
Deacons 



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QuBflT. 18. Who are ths 7¥a9ditiff 
Ikacont of the Second Clout 
J/ P. Patterson, Torkester K. 

Meeks, Peter C. JackBon — 8. 

QoxsT. 14. YHkoi Travelina Dear- 

€on$ ha»e been elected EUUnf 

None. 

N0T&— Peter 0. Jackeon waa elected 
to elder's orden imder the mwwoneiy 
role. 

QuKiT. 15. Whcd Tra»eiing Dear 

com ka»e been ordcnned Mderef 

None. 

Nora— Peter 0. Jackeon wae ordained 
elder under the miMlonary mle. 

QuxflT. 16. Vnai Local Deaeont 

have been dected MUdcnf 

B. Drake. 

QuBflT. 17. What LocA Jkaoom» 

hone been ordaiiMd Mderef 

B. Drake. 

QuxflT. 18. Who ore the Supemi^ 

merary Breachgref 

J. £. mils, Israel Moody— 2. 

QuxsT. 19. Who aire the Superan- 
nuate Preacheref 
W. J. Salmond, London Boper, 
Jackson Welsh— 8. 

QuxsT. 20. Wat the Character of 
each Breaeher Examined f 
ThiB was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 

gcxtT. SI. Have any Diedf 

None. 

QuBST. 92. Ha»e a»vy been 7Va»i4- 

ferred^ and to what Confereneeef 

None. 

QuxsT. 28. Sa»eany Withdrawn f 
None. 

QnxsT. 24. Hatfe aity been Located 

at thdr own requeetf 

None. 

QuBtr. 25. Baife any been Located f 
None. 



QUB8T.26. ffaveanvbeenpermitted 
to Withdraw itnder Chargee f 

None. 

QuBST. 27. Haiee any been ExpeOedf 
None. 

QuBsr. 28. Who are mieded J&r 
TriereqfAppealef 
T. Holsendorf, 8. Welsh, J. F. 
Elliott, J. P. Patterson, J. A. 
Bain, t. K. Meeks, B. SmaU— 7. 

QcxsT. 29. Whai ie the Statietical 
Rqportfor thie Oof^ference yearf 
(See Ubulated statement, p. 128.) 

QuBST. 80. What are the Cla/kne 

on the Conference Fwui t 

Not answered. 

QuBflT. 81. Whai hoe been R eceUed 
on theee Claime. and how hae it 
been Applied f 

$316, 

which has been applied under 
order of the Conference. 

QuxsT. 82. Where are Oa TVeaeh- 
ere Stationed r 

[Theee appolntmente are all In ttie State 
of norlda.) 

JACKSONVILLE DISTBICT. 

BKHiAMUt DiLLWOBTH, P.E. 

(P. 0., JacksonrUle, Box 60.) 

Femandina, J. F, BUioU, 

Hibemia and Green Cove Springs, 
8. Jackeon, 

Jacksonville: Ebenaxer, /. Orant, 
Simpeon Chapel, J. M. Deas. 

Kinff's Ferry and Billiard, J?. S. 
J&bineon. 

Lake City, D. E. Jacobs. 

Lone Star, C, C. Manigault. 

Madison and Monticello, to be sup- 
plied. 

Oakland, J. O. Howard, 

Pablo Island and Center Park, to 
be supplied. 

Saint Augustine, T. K. Meeks. 

Saint John's Biver, John Wil- 
son. 

Sanderson and McClonney, B. 
Drake. 



West Jacksonville, J. H. WUnaiw. 

8, B, LameU, President of Cook- 
man Institute— member of £be- 
nezer, Jacksonville, Quarterly 
Conference. 

GAINESVILLE DISTBICT. 

A. DxBosK, P.E. 

(P. 0., Oahieeville, Box 17.) 

Archer and Otto Creek, J, A. Bain, 

Aredonda and Union Lieike, Turner 

Auetin, 
Cedar Keys and Bosewood, 8» 

WeUh, 
Cornell Pond. P. C. Jackeon. 
Gainesville, 0, F, Siblack, 
Gordon, PrieteU Johneon, 
Haffue Station and Stanley, F. M. 

^icer. 
Levyville, Scipio Wright. 
Micanopy, Edward Ferguson. 
MikeevUle, P. McCrw, 
Newnanville, A. S. J. Allen. 
Pleasant Plains, Edward Sakie. 
San Pulaski, Biehard 8tnalL 
Stark, Joeeph Keller, 
Waldo, Jamee Jenkine, 

PALATKA DISTBICT. 

Pktxk Swxarinoxk, P.E. 

(P. 0., Ocala.) 

Cotton Plant, B. B. Pinkney. 

Hawthorne, to be supplied. 

Homeland, to be supplied. 

Key West, ^. A, Huger, 

Ocala, J. P. Patterson. 

Orlando and Apopka, L «/l John- 
eon. 

Palatka, Thoe, Holeendoff, 

Punta Gorda« to be supplied. 

Beddiok, J, L, MiddUton, 

Sanford .and DeLand, to be sup- 
plied. 

Santos, L. J. Little. 

Tampa, Pearl Daniels. 

Twin Lake, to be supplied. 

J. A. Grimsley and A. J. Camp- 
bell, without appointments, to at- 
tend one of our schools. 

QuBST. 88. Where ehatt the next 

Cotiference be held f 

In Gainesville. 



GEORGIA CONFERENCE, 

Held In Momit ZIoiiy Ga«, Jan. le-SO, 1890. 



BISHOP HURST, Presiding^. 



QUB8T. 1. Who are Received by 
Trofitfer^ and from what Con- 
fereneeef 
John F, Palmer, from Saint 

John's Biver. 

Quest. 8. Who are Admitted on 
Trialf 
Thomas J. Pass, Albert W. Ed- 
wards (1889)— 2. 

QuBST. 8. Who Remain on TVialf 
Ferdinand L. Cochran, Thomas 



J. Tumor, Bichard C. Bramlett, 
Albert W. Edwardis, William A. 
Stilea— 6. 

QuBST. 4. Who are Diecontinuedf 

None. 

Qx»ST. 5. Who are Admitted into 
FhU Oonneetionf 
Henry B. Daviea, Phedillia P. 
Carroll, Jr.— 2, 

QxTBST. 6. Who are Re-admitted f 
None. 



R. H. ROBB, Secretafy^ 

QuBST. 7. Who are Received on, 
Credentiale from other Churehee f 

Thomas J. Pass, from Congre* 
gational Methodist Church. 

QUKST. 8. What Travding Preach-- 
ere have been elected Deaconef 

None. 

QuiST. 9. What Draveling Preach' 

ere fiave been ordained Deacons t 

None. 



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QI7X8T. 10. What Local I\weher$ 

hav4 been d^cUd IMaeoruf 

None. 

QUBST. 11. WTuU Local F^taehen 
ha9$beenorda4tt£d I>eaooM/ 

None. 

Quest. 12. Who are ths Traveling 
D^acone qf th4 Pini CUutf 
Daniel W. Cook, Heniy R. Da- 
viee, Phidellia P. Carroll, Jr.~8. 

QUBBT. 18. Who are the Tra»ding 

Ikaeotu qfthe Second Clauf 

Benigah W. Unokabee. 

QUBST. 14. What Trailing Dea- 
cons have been deeUdEl&nf 



Wesley D. Allen. 

Quest. 16. What TraveOna Jka- 

con$ have been ordain^ Eldertf 

Wesley D. Allen. 

QuxST. U. What Local Beaeona 
have been elected £lder$ f 

None. 

QUBST. 17. What Local Deaetm 

have been ordained JSlder$f 

None. 

QUSST. la Who are the Supemw- 
merary Preaehert f 

B. M. HipD, W. H. Sullivan, T. 
H. Triplett, B. P. Lumaden, J. L. 
Powler— 5. 

QUBST. 19. Who are the Superan- 
ntuMtedlYeaeherif 

C. W. Paricer, William Brewer, 
John Murphy, A. W. Caldwell 

QUBST. 20. Wae the CTiaraeter of 
each Preacher Examined f 
This was utrictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 

QussT. 21. Have any Diedf 
None. 

Quest. 22. Have any beeti Trane- 

f erred, and to wha$ Cortferencesf 

None. 

Quest. 28. Have any Withdrawn f 
None. 

• Quest. 24. Haive any been Located 

at their own requeetf 

None. 



Quest. 25. Have any been Located f 

None. 

Quest. 26. Ha»e any been permitted 
to Withdraw under Ckargea or 
Complaints f 

None. 

Quest. 27. HaveanybeenETpelledf 
None. 

Quest. 28. Who are eeUeted for 
TrUn qf AppeaUf 
W. E. Tarpley, L. D. Ellimrton, 
T. G. Chase. Jbhn A. Thumian 
J. MitcheU, J. L. Fowler, K. H. 
Waters-7. 

Quest. 29. What U the Statistical 

B^iortfor ihU Cor^erenee yearf 

(See tabulated statement, p. 128.) 

Quest. 80. What U the Ooriference 
Treaanrer's JUpoHfor tkU Con- 
fermce year f 

$321 11. 

Quest. 81. What are the Claime 

on the Conference Fundf 

Not answered. 

Quest. 82. What ha» beenSeeeived 
on these Claime, and how hoe U 
beenAppUedf 

$225, 
which has been anplied under or- 
der of the Oouferenoe. 

Quest. 88. Where are the Preach- 

ere Stationed f 

[These appoIntmeDta are all In the State 

of Oeorfla.J 

ATLANTA DISTRICT. 

K. H. KoBB, P.E. 

(P. 0., Hoant ZIon.) 

Atlanta: Marietta Street, A, F, 

Ellington. 
CarroU (P. 0.. Mount ZIon), W, E, 

Tarpley, 
Dawsonville (P. o., Juno). P. P 

CarroU, 8r, 
Demorest, H. R. Davics. 
East Point and Stockbridire CP O- 

AaanU), E. H, Watere. 
Jasper and Cherokee, to be sup- 

Jonesborough (P. o., Atlanta), E, F, 

Dean. 
MoBKy Creek (P. O..Belto«), J. J, 

Donahoo, A. W. Edwards. 
NorcroHs and Boswell (p. o , Law- 

renceviUe), T. J. Pass. 
Rock Spring and Walton (P. o , Law- 

rencerille), W. 1. Westbrook. 



Simpson (P. 0., Cramer*i), to be sup- 
phed. '^ 

Tallapoosa and Haralson (P. 0.. Tal- 
lapoosa), to be supplied. 

Upson and Marion, to be supplied. 

S. M. Merrill, Chaplain United 
States Army — member Mari- 
etta Street, Atlanta, Quarterly 
Conference. 

J. MitcheU, Secretary Board of Ed- 
ucation of Georgia Conference, 
and Honorary President Mount 
Zion Seminary— member Mount 
Zion Quarteriy Conference. 
^ohn F, Bdmer, Principal Mount 
Zion Seminary — memoer Mount 
Zion Quarterly Conference. 

ELLIJAY DISTRICT. 

J. A. Thubmak, P.E. 

(P. 0.. Atlanta.) 

BlaiiBville (P. o.. Bar«n), D, A. 

auUivan. 
Cassandra, (P. o.. Center Post), to be 

supphed. 
Cohutta (P. 0., Atheni. Tenn.), P. P. 

CanoU, Jr. 
Dalton (P. C Athens, Tenn.), Hugh 

Boyd, 
EUijay, W. D. AUen. 
Qilmer, T, G. Chase, 
Hiawassee (Warren, N. C J, W. A. 

StUes. 
La&yette (P. O., Salem), T. J. 

Turner. 
Morgantown (P. c ElUJay), to be 

supplied. 
Spring Place, F. L. Cochran. 
Tocooa (P. 0., PieroerUIe), D. W. 

Cook. 

W. D. Allen, Principal Ellijay 
Seminary — member Mountain- 
town Quarteriy Conference. 

SOUTH GEORGIA DISTRICT. 

L. D. Ellington, P.E. 

(P. 0.. DoPont.) 

Albany and Thomasville, to be 

supplied. 
Arayle (P. 0„ Bansijr), B. W. Huck- 

DuPont and Glenmore, to be 
supplied. 

McClenny, to be supptied. 

Milltown, to be supplied. 

Sylvania and TatUmll (p. o.. Buck 
Creek), </. E, Wilkitis. 

Waycpofls, R. C. Bramlett. ' 

J, S. Hurley (P. 0.. Athens, tenn.), 
left without appointment, to at- 
tend some one of our schools. 

Quest. 84. Where shall the next 

Conference be heldf 

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ALABAMA CONFERENCE, 

Held in New Decatur, Ala., Jan. 22-27, 1800. 



BISHOP HURST, Presiding. 



Quest. 1. Who art Jiteeived by 
Traf^fer^ andfrcm what Von- 
Jereneesf 

Henry W. Bailey^ from Ken- 
tucky. 

QUBST. 2. Who are AdmUted on 
Trialf 
John Tredinniok, Simeon Jones, 
Thomas Stokes, Daniel C. Beltz. 
Samuel S. Owen, Hiram J. Brown, 
Henry T. McGay— 7. 

QuBST. 8. Who Semam on Trial! 
Perry W. Weston, George W. 
Lee— 2. 

Quest. 4. Who are Diteontintaedf 
James S. Langdale. 

Quest. 5. Who are Admitted into 

Full CoMuedimif 

Perry W. Blackwell. 

Quest. 6. Who are Bt-admiUedf 
None. 

Quest. 7. Who are Keoeivtd on 

Credmiialt from other Ckwrchetf 

None. 

Quest. 8. What Traveling I^eaeh- 

ere ha»e been elected Jkaeonaf 

Perry W. Blackwell. 

Quest. 9. What Traeeling Pireach- 

en have been ordained Deaeonef 

Perry W. BUuskwell. 

Quest. 10. Whai Local Preaehert 
havebeen elected Deacons! 
John Tredinniok, Hiram J. 
Brown, Samuel S. Owen, Daniel 
C. Beltz, Isaac James— 5. 

Quest. 11. What Local Preachen 
have been ordained Deacons t 
John Tredinniok, Hiram J. 
Brown, Daniel C. Beltz, Isaac 
James, Samuel 8. Owen— 5. 

Quest. 12. Who are the Thweling 
Deacons of the First Close f 
Lucius J. Braswell, Perry W. 
Blackwell— 2. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Traveling 

Deacons <if the Second Class f 

Press C. Chaney. 

QtTEST. 14. WJud Travdivg Dea- 
cons hat>e been eieoted Elders! 
Alphonso T. Vandiver, Samuel 

R. Orumpton, James A. Webb— 8. 

Quest. 15. What Traveling Dea- 
cone have been ordained EMers! 
Alphonso T. Vandiver, Samuel 
R. Crumpton, James A. Webb— 8. 



Quest. 16. What Local Deaeotis 

have been elected Elders! 

None. 

Quest. 17. What Loeal Deacons 

have been ordained Elders! 

None. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Stqmm^- 
merary Preachere! 
J. N. Gibbs, H. W. Lawley, L. 
A. Clifton, Peter Grover, J. B. 
Parratt— 5. 

Quest. 19. Who are the auperan- 
nuated Breaehere f 
James P. MoGee, Thomas Ans- 
ley, J. B. Johnson, J. W. Ad- 
ninjfton, Wm. P. Miller, J. B. 
Lovelace, James Bogers— 7. 

Quest. SO. Was the CheeraeUrof 
each Pi-eaeher Examined ! 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 

Quest. 21. Have any Died! 
Joseph D. Short. 
(See obituary, p. 118.) 

Quest. 22. Have emybeen Trans- 
ferred^ and to what Vot^erences! 
None. 

Quest. 28. Have any Withdrawn f 
C. P. Davis. 

Quest. 24. Have any been Located 

at their own reqnsst! 

L. H. Massey. 

Quest. 25. Have afty been Localedt 

None. 

Quest. 26. Have anu been permitted 

to Withdraw under (barges! 

None. 

Quest. 27. Have any been Expelled! 
None. 

Quest. 28. Who are selected for 
Triers of AppeaU ! 
T. A. Pharr. J. G. Johnson, J. 
W. Stewart, W. I. Powell, J. D. 
Peiroe, C. H. Newell, C. C. Bur- 
son — 7. 

Quest. 29. What is the Statistical 
Report for this Conference year! 
(See tabulated statement, p. 221.) 

Quest. 80. What are the Claims 

OH the Conference Fund! 

$416. 



C. L. MANN, Secretary. 

Quest. 81. What has been Eeceived 
on these Claims^ emd how has it 
been Applied! 

M16, 
which has been applied under or- 
der of the Conference. 

Quest. 82. Where are the PtreaeK- 
srestationedT 

CThew SDpolntments are all In the Bute 
of Alabama, except aa otherwise lndl< 

ANNISTON DISTRICT. 

J. L. Frejemak, P.E. 

(P. 0.. Walnut Grove.) 

Anniston, H W. Bailey. 

Bluflton, John Tredinniok. 

Cool Springs (P. 0.,Abemathy), to be 
supplied. 

Edwardsville, J. A. Johnson. 

Flat Rook and Elmore (P. o.. kv- 
moot), Jamee Williams, 

Fort Payne, to be supplied. 

Fort Payne, South,/ If, Dobbs. 

Maynard»8 Cove, T. S. Haines, 

Pleasant Grove, to be supplied. 

Rock Run, H. J. Brown. 

Sand MounUin. /. A. Webb, 

Spring Creek, J. B. Davis. 

Trinity (P. 0., Fori Pajne), D. ^ 
ZiOwry, 

Wedowee, H. T. McKay. 

C. L, Mann, Superintendent of 
Education in Alabama Confer- 
ence— memberof Anniston Quar- 
terly Conference. 

BIRMINGHAM DISTRICT. 

J. D. Puboe, P.E. 

(P. 0., Birmlniham.) 

Atula and Gadsen, to be supplied. 

Bessemer, to be supplied. 

Birmingham : First Chureh, C, F, 

McQaha, 

Ninth Street, to be supplied. 
Crawford'a Cove (P. O. State), to be 

supplied. 
Ensley City and Dolomite (P. 0.. 

PraUMinei). W. L JhweU. 
Kelly's Creek (P. 0., Brompton), T, 

J, McCain, 
Manhall (P. O., Red Apple), C, C, ' 

Murson, 
Murphree'sValley,P.W.Blackwell. 
Oxmoor and Redding, to be sup- 
plied. 
Villasre Spring (P. Oh Turicey'a Creek), 

Simon Jones. 
Walnut Grove, J, W, Stewart. 

DECATUR DISTRICT. 

J. N. Rampxt,P.£. 

(P. 0.. Logan.) 

Brinley CP. 0., BuiktvUle), 8. S. 

Owen. 
Cortland, to be supplied. 
Evergreen (P. 0., Jones' Chapel), P. 

W. Weston. 



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Pranklin and Marion, W. L. A. Self. 

Ijogan. D. C. Beltz. 

New Decatur, J. Q, Joknmm, 

Bolen, to be rapplied. 

Sheffield, to be Rupplied. 

Sipeey (P. 0^ OmlhooD), A, T. Van- 

divtr, 
^uth Lowell, S, B, Crumpton, 
Warrior Miasion, to be miimlied. 
Winiield (Fla.), </. M. Bowmom, 

DEFUHIAK DI8TKICT. 
C. H. Newell. P.E. 
(P. OMDeraiilak.ru.) 
Bagdad (Fla.), to be aupplied. 
Bonifay (Fla.), to be supplied. 
Chipley (Fla.). to be supplied. 
Crett view (Fla.), to be supplied. 



DeFuniak Springs (Fla.), C, H, 

DeFuniak Circuit (Fla.), (P. o., De 
roniak Sprinxt), to be nupplied. 

Milligan, to be supplied. 

Saint Andrew's Bay, to be sup- 
plied. 

SOUTH ALABAMA DISTRICT. 

J. B. Miller, P.E. 

CP. 0.. GraTeUa.) 

Aloo, to be supplied. 
DanuuMsus, to be supplied. 
Kinsey, to be suppfied. 
Lake View (P. O.. Elton), B. J. 

Spivey. 
Mount Union (P. 0.. Orardla), 0. 

W.Lee. 



New Tabernacle (P. 0.. Rom HQI), 
T, A. Pkarr. 

Oxark (P. 0., Kliwty), R. W, Burdi- 
tkcno, 

Powellton, P. C. Chaney. 

Kose Hill, Tbomati Stokes. 

Bosinton, to be supplied. 

Charl«$ W. MUUr, Missionary to 
South America. 

Lucius J. Braswell, Alsy B. Grant, 
Jones C. Grant, JamesU. Mason, 
William H. Newton, left with- 
out appointments, to attend 
some one of our schools. 

QUX8T. 88. When thall th4 next 

Can/trmct b4 held f 

In Edwardsville. 



SAINT JOHN'S RIVER CONFERENCE, 

Held in Orange City, Fla., Jan. 16-30, 1890. 



BISHOP BOWMAN, Presiding. 



W. S. FITCH, Secretary. 



i^ussT. 1. Who are Beeeived by 
Thms/er^ and from what Otm- 
ferencesf 

T. M, Home, from North Ne- 
braska. 

OuEST. 2. Who are Admitted on 
Trialf 
GeorKO C. Skafte, John L. Bran- 
4lon, Silas P. Smith— 8. 

<)u«8T. 8. Who Remain on Trialf 

H. Cirtledge, 8. E. Turner, F. W. 

€.Eadi», P. J.fieeves, J. W.Terry— 6. 

QuKST. 4. Who are Dieeontinmdf 
None. 

QuBST. 5. Who are Admitted into 
FMCmMOtionf 
William McWattert*, Emory 1. 
Oetman, Geo. Ueber Jones — 8. 

QuxsT 6. Who are Be-admiitedf 
None. 

QvMT. 7. Who are Received on 
OredaiUalefrom other Churcheef 

Alfred A.I¥e^,tromthe}i«th' 
odist Episcopal Cnuroh, South. 

i^ussT. 8. What TraneUng Preaeh- 

ere have been elected Beacom t 

None. 

Non,— Oeonte Beber Jones and 0«o. 
€. SkafU) were elected d«aoou« under 
the mlMlonary rale. 

QiTSST. 9. Whai Travding Breach' 
ere ha»e been ordained Deacone t 

None. 
NaTB.—Oeor«e 0. Skafte was ordained 

^kaeon onder tite mlaBioDarr nile. 

<2rB8T. 10. What Local Preaehan 

hate been elected Beacotu t 

None. 

QuBST. 11. What Loedl Preaehere 

hene been ordained Deaeone f 

None. 

<2inuT. 12. Who are the Traveling 
Deacons of the f^rtt Close f 
George H. Jones, Wm. McWat- 
ters, Emory I. Gotman— 8. 



QuisT. 18. Who are the Traiteling 

Beacons t^the Second Clmesf 

George E. Shiras. 

QirxsT. 14. What Ti-aveling Bear 

cans have been elected Eldenf 

None. 

NoTc— Ckorffe Heber Jonet was elect* 
ed elder under tbe mlatlonary role. 

Quest. 15. What Traveling Bea- 

cvns have been ordained Elders / 

None. 

QuxffT. 16. What Local Beacons 

have been elected Elders f 

None. 

QussT. 17. What Local Beacons 

have been ordained Elders f 

None. 

QciST. 18. Who are the Super- 

nmnerary Preachers f 

Samuel D. Paine. 

QuzsT. 19. Who are the Superan" 

Huated Preachers t 

Clark Polley. 

Quest. 20. TTo* the Character of 
each Preacher Examined f 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 

Quxar. 21. Bern any Bied f 
None. 

QuxsT. 22. Ha»e any been Trans' 
terred^ and to what Conferences f 
C, C. McLean^ to Wyoming; 
John F, PUmer, to Georgia— 2. 

Quxar. 28. Bave any Withdrmen f 
P. P. Beese, A. W. J. Best— 2. 

QiTXST. 24. Have any been Located 

at their own request f 

William S. Fitch. 

QuvsT. 25. Have any been Located t 
None. 



QuxsT. 26. /Tam € 
to Withdraw wider Oh 
Oomplaintef 

None. 

QuxsT. 27. Have any bem EipeHedf 
None. 

Quest. 28. Who are ndected far 
Triers of Appeals f 
J. G. BonTiell, A. J. Hawley, 
T. M. House, J. T. Lewton, J. C. 
Green, J. H. Stoney, G. W. BuUer 
—7. 

Quest. 29. What is the Statistical 
Report for this Conference yearf 
(See tabulated statement, p. 126.) 

Quest. 80. What is the Conference 
Treaeurer's Report for this Con- 
ference yearf 
$42 90 for claimants, $1,098 

36 for all collections. 

Quest. 81. What are the Claims 

on the Conference Fundf 

Not answered. 

Quest. 82. What hae been Received 
on these Claims, and how has it 
been Applied f 

$218 909 

which has been applied under or- 
der of the Conference. 

Quest. 88. Wltere are the Preach- 
ers Stationed f 

[Tbeae appofaitmenta ar« allin the State 
of Florida.] 

EAST FLORIDA DISTRICT. 
J. T. Lewton, P.E. 
(P. 0., DeLand.) 
Davtona, to be supplied. 
DeLand, iV'. J. Buwlev, 
Egglesion, to be supplied. 
Green Cove Spring, H A, Patti- 

eon. 
Indian River Mission, E. I. Get- 
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Jacksonville: Trinity, to be sup- 
plied. 
MisBioEi, N. WtbtUr» 

Lawtev, /. Q, BofinelL 

Lake George and Oomo, J, JScho- 
JUld, 

New Berlin, to be supplied. 

New Smyrna, W. MoWatten. 

Orange City, to be supplied. 

Saint Augustine, T, M. Bourn, 

Welaka, J. Tastoriield. 

Windsor, A, A, Pteibry, 

C, W. Hanhman^ President Saint 
John's Biver Conference College 
— ^member of Orange City Quar- 
terly Conference. 



/. H, SUmey, Editor of the Florida 
Methodist — ^member of Orange 
City Quarterly Conference. 

EU8TI8 DISTRICT. 
H. J. Walxkr, P.E. 
(P. 0., Tanjierlne.) 
Bellview, to be supplied. 
Candler, to be supplied. 
Chipoo, to be supplied. 
Eustis, to be supplied. 
Fruitland Park, to be supplied. 
Limona, G. K Bhiras. 
Minneola, S. P. Smith. 
Mount Dora, O, W, BtUUr. 
Okahumpha and Center Hill, J. L. 
Brandon. 



Oriando, F. M. 0. Bads. 

Sanford, J. W. Terry. 

Silver Sprinffs Park, P. J. Beeves. 

Sorrento, 8. £. Turner. 

Tampa, to be supplied. 

Tarpon Springs, Geoiige C. Skafte. 

Val Kico, /. a Grem, 

Villa City, to be supplied. 

Winter Park, to be supplied. 

H. Cartledge, left without appoiut- 
ment, to attend some one of our 
schools. 

Qnm. 84 Wher4 ahaU ths ntxt 
C&r^treneebehddf 

In Lawtey. 



NORTH INDIA CONFERENCE, 

Held In Lncknowy Jan. 2-7, 1890. 



BISHOP THOBURN, Presiding. 



B. H. BADLEY, Secretary. 



Quest. 1. Who ar$ Btetived by 
jyantfer, and from teftai Con^ 
ferencetf 
John Blaekatoeky from North- 
west Indiana: WUHam A, Mcm^ 
9tUy from Otiio; Frederick H. 
Northrop, from Central Illinois; 
JanMM B. Thomat^ from Bengal; 
Joseph H. Qill, from New York 
East— 5. 

QUBST. 2. Who QT4 Admitted on 
Trialf 
Samuel Hastin^i^, William T. 
Sp^e, Cheda LaL Edwin T. 
Famon, George U. Frey, Samuel 
Tupper— 6. 

Quest. 8. Who Bemain on Trialf 
Oum Diyal Singh, Cliiddu S. 
Paul, Henry K. Uali, Kallu Das. 
Isa Das, Chunni Lai, Samuel 
Wheeler, Bahari Lai, Frank W. 
Foote— 9. 

Quest. 4. WhoarelHMeontinuedf 
None. 

Quest. 5. Who are Admitted into 
FuU Oonneetionf 
William A. Mansell, Kallu Dhar, 
Warren M. Scott— S. 

Quest. 6. Who are Re-admitted f 
None. 

Quest. 7. Who are Received on 

CredentialU/roni other Churches f 

None. 

Quest. 8. What TraveUng Preaeh- 

ere ha»e heeti elected Beacons t 

Chunni Lai, Kallu Da»— S. 

Quest. 9. Whai, TraveliM Preach- 

ere haite been ordained Beaootts t 

Chunni Lai, Kallu Das— 2. 

Quest. 10. Whai Local Preachers 
have been elected Beaconef 
John Barker, Samuel Hastings, 
William T. Speake, Cheda Lai, 



Prabhu Das, Bala Das, Jhabbu 
Lai, Philip Andrew, Edwin T. 
Famon. Samuel 'J\ipper, Bahari 
La], Edwin W. Gay. Mawasi 
Singh, Qurdiyal Singh, Man Phul 
Singh— 16. 

Quest. 11. What Local IVeacKers 
have been ordained Beaconef 
John Barker, Samuel Hastings, 
William T. Speake, Cheda Lai, 
Prabhu Das, Bala Das, Jhabbu 
Lai, Philip Andrew, Edwin T. 
Famon, Samuel Tupper, Bahari 
Lai, Edwin W. Gay. Mawasi 
Singh, Gurdiyal Singh, Man Phul 
Singh— 15. 

Quest. 18. Who are the lyaveling 
Beacons qf the First Class f 
William A. Mansell, Kallu Dhar, 
Warren M. Scott— 8. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Travding 
Beacons qf the Second Class f 
Harkua WiUon, Fardun Pres- 
grave, Pains, Kanhai Singh — 4. 

Quest. 14. What Trmtelmg Dea- 
cons have been deded EUieref 
Henry B. Mitchell, Seneca Falls, 
Crawford Hancock. Hara Lai Mu- 
keii&e, William A. Mansell, James 
B. Thomas, Hassan Baza Khan, 
Dilawar Singh— 8. 

Quest. 15. What Travelinq Bea^ 
cons have been ordained Elders f 
Seneca Falls. Crawford Han- 
cock, Hara Lai Mukenee, William 
A. Mansell, James B. Thomas, 
Hassan Kaza Khan, Dilawar 
Singh— 7. 

Quest. 16. Whai Local Beacons 

have been elected Mders f 

None. 

Quest. 17. Whai Local Deacons 
have been ordained Elders f 

None. 



Quest. 18. Who are the avpemu- 
merary Preachers f 
David W. Thomas, John T. 
McMahon— 2. 

Quest. 19. WJio are the Superan^ 

nuated Ptachersf 

Joel T. Janvier. 

Quest. SO. Wae the Character of 
each P'eacher Examined f 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 

Quest. 21. Have any Biedf 

None. 

Quest. 28. Have any been Trane- 
ferred^ and to what Cot^ertnees f 
WUliam R, Clancy^ to Bengal ; 
John H. Schively, to South India 
—2. 

Quest. 28. Have amy Withdrawn f 
None. 

Quest. 24. Have any been Located 

at their own requestf 

None. 

Quest. 25. Have any been Located f 
None. 

Quest. 26. Have any beenpermitted 

to Withdraw under Charges f 

None. 

Quest. 27. Have any been EsqxUedf 

None. 

Quest. 28. W7u> are sdeeted for 
Triers of Appeals f 
J. W. Waugh, P. T. Wilson, J. 
ji. Scott. J. C. Lawson, W. B. 
Bowen, N. R. SUas, C. Luke— 7. 

Quest. 29. What is the Statistical 
Report for this Conference yearf 
(See tabulated statement, p. 288.) 

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QuuT. 80. Whal are the Clainu 

on tJu Conference Fund? 

Not answered. 



Qnx8T. 81. Whal has hem Received 
on these Claime, and how hae it 
been Applied f 

Not answered. 

QusvT. 82. Where are the Preaeh- 
ere Stationed f 

KUMAON DISTBICT. 
J. U. MsflaMOBX, F.E. 

(P.O., .) 

Bwara Hat, Stephen S. Deaee, 
Eastern Emnaon, Uarku Wilson. 
Paori, Joseph U. GUI. 
Kainur. F. W, Qreenold, 
Naini Tal : English Church, Jamei 

H, Metemore, 
Haini Tal Circuit, Thomae Craven^ 

Patrasl. 
Prank W. Foote, Principal Boys' 

High School. 
S^ S. Deaee^ Superintendent of 

Medical Work. 

OUDH DISTRICT. 

HZKBT liAKSBLL, P.£. 
(P.O. .^ 

Ajndhlva: AmhxoiLyCharan Biul. 

AllAhabad, J. W. Waugh, W, R, 
Bowen, 

Bahraicfa, WHliam Betert^ Samuel 
Wheeler. 

fiarabanki, Stmhen Bnd. 

Cawnpore, Robert Hoakins^ Ed- 
ward T. Famon, Samuel Top- 
per, G. H. Frey. 



Cawnpore: English Church, c/ohm* 
JB. Thomat. 

Gonila, Samuel KnowUe^ BUer B. 
Gray. 

Hardui, Enoch Joel. 

Lakhimpur, Kanhai Singh. 

Lucknow, jB. H. BadUy, G. F. 
Hopkins, Chiman Lai. 
English Church, G. W. Isham. 
Hindustani Church, MaUhtw 
Stephen. 

RoyBareilly,^. T. Leonard^JaADas, 

Sitapur, «/. C, Laweon, 

Unao, John W, McGregor. Chunni 
Lai. 

Allen J. Maxwell, Agent Lucknow 
Publishing House. 

£. B. Badlev, Principal ; William 
A, ManeeUy Vice-Principal, and 
Thos. S. Johnson. Agent, Luck- 
now Christian College. 

AMROHA DISTRICT. 
Zahur ul Haqo, P.E. 
(P. 0., Amroba.) 
Amroba, to be supplied. 
Babukhera, to be supplied. 
Balgoi. to be suppliea. 
Bulanashar^ be supplied. 
Dhanaura, Warren Scott. 
Hasanpur, Luciue Cutler, 
Meerut, Charlee Ltike. 
Narainya, to be supplied. 
Sambhid, Zahur m Haqq, 

ROHILKUND DISTRICT. 
Charles L. Bark, P.E. 

(P.O., .) 

Agra, F. H. Northrop, Mahbub 

Khan, 
Aoula, Nanda Ram Silaa, 



Bareilly, F. Z. Neeld, Seneca FalU. 
Bijnour, J. C. Butcher, JHlawar 

Singh, F. Preegrave, W. T. 

Speake. 
Bilsi, Chae, Shipley, 
Bisalpur, Kallu Dhar. 
Bissauli, £, F. Cocker, 
Budaon, P. T. Wilson, S. Hastings, 

Cheda LaL 
Chandausi, Kallu Das. 
Fatahganj West, Abraham Solo- 
mon, 
Jalalabad, Heniy K. List. 
Kakrala, James Jordan, 
Kasganj, Hassan Rasa Khan. 
Khera Bi^hera, to be supplied. 
Mandawar, Yaqub Shan, 
Mathra, J, E, ScoU. 
Mohumdi, Crawford Hancock. 
Moradabad, C. W. Simmons, Qu- 
rudyaL 

Hindustani Chureh, H, A, Cut- 
ting, H. B. MitcheU. 
N^jibubad, to be supplied. 
Pimalipur, Horace J, Adams, 
Pilibhit, b. P. Kidder. 
Shahjehanpore, N. L. Rockey, Be- 
hari laX II., Chidda 8. Paul. 

East Shahjehanpore, John Black- 
stock. 
T. J, ScoU, F. L. Neeld, H. L. 

Mukerfee, Bareilly Theological 

Seminary and Normal School. 
E. W. Parker (P. 0. Moradabad) 

General Evangelist. 
D. W. Thomas, Agent Lucknow 

Christian College. 

QuxsT. 88. Where shall the next 

Cor^erenee be heldf 

In Moradabad. 



TEXAS CONFERENCE, 

Held in Palestine, Tex., Jan. 33>38, 180O. 



BISHOP WALDEN, Presiding. 



WILLIAM WESLEY, Secretary. 



QuBflT. 1. Who are received by 
Tranrfear^ and from what Con- 
ferences f 
Aaron Neelf, from West Texas. 

QussT. %, Who are Admitted on 
Triair 
William A. Ray 0889), James 
£. Bryant, Hilliard R. Smith, Mo- 
ses Littleiohn, Raphael Beaver, 
Julius L. Owen — 6. 

QuBST. 8. Who Remain on Trial f 
Henry W. Booker, Marion Q. 
Fuller, waiter L. Duncan, Qeor^^ 
W. Norris, Tucker Young, Lewis 
H. Bamett, Pliny H. Haley (1889), 
Edward D. BhiokneU (1889). Thos. 
C. Shdnall (1889), George W. Love 
(1889), Je«M Stewart (1889)— 11. 

QuifT. 4. Who are DisconHnuedf 
None. 

QuBST. S. Who are Admitted into 
Full Connectionf 
Henry J. Dyer, Squire H. Grant, 
Jordan Jordan, Calvin Curtis, Jas. 



D. Mead, Lewis Burton, Thornton 
Scott, Cary Davenport — 8. 

QuxsT. 6. Who are Re-admitted f 
John W, H, Moore (Texas, 1888), 
Mason Wilson (Texas, 1885), Geo. 
W, GiU (Texas, 1886)— 8. 

Quest. 7. Who are Received on 

Credentials from dher Churches f 

None. 

QuxsT. 8. What Tratfsling Breach- 

ers have beeti elected Deacons t 

Cary Davenport 

Quest. 9. What Tra/veling Preach- 
ers have been ordained JJeaoonsf 
Cary Davenport. 

QuxsT. 10. What Local Preachers 
have been elected Deacons f 
Emanuel H. Tolbert, Edward D. 
Hubbard, Raphael Beaver, James 

E. Bryant, Hilliard R. Smith, 
Payton Wamook, Frank R. Mor- 
ton, Moses Liltlejohn, Edward D. 
BlaokneU— 9. 



QussT. 11. What Local J^eachers 
have been ordained Deacons f 
Emanuel H. Tolbert, Edward D. 
Hubbard, Rapliael Beaver, James 
E. Bryant, Hilliard R. Smith, 
Payton Wamock^ Frank R. Mor- 
ton, Moses Littlejohn, Edward D. 
BlackneU'-9. 

Quest. 12. Who are the Travding 
Deacons qfthe JFXrst Class f 
Abner Thomas (1889), Scott 
Conley (1889), Isom Snell n889), 
Henry J. Dyer, Squire H. Grant, 
Jordan Jordan. Calvin Curtis, 
James D. Meao, Lewis Burton, 
Thornton Scott, Cary Davenport 

Quest. 18. Who are the Travding 
Deacons of the Second Class / 
Limus Felder, Daniel Atkins, 
Charles A. Curry, William P. 
Perry, Philip L. Jackson, Guil- 
ford J. Ixard, Waverly J. Holland, 
Mason Wilson, De Witt Frierson 
(1889),Benjamin Fisher (1889)— 10. 

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QuisT. 14. What Tyaveling Dea- 
cotis have bieii elected Eldert f 
John A. TiUonr, Lewm J. Ho- 
ffan, Silas M BolaoD. Je8M Jodm, 
WiUiam M. Brooks, John W. H. 
Moore, U«nfy Dixon, Carroll M. 
Moore, Wafiam Bartley. Mark 
Muldraw, Frank Qaiy— 11. 

QcBST. 15. What Trwelina Dea- 
cons have beeti, ordamed EuUnf 
John A. Tlllonr, Lewis J. Ho- 
gan. Silas M. BoMen, Jesse Jones, 
William M. Brooks, John W. H. 
Moore, Henry Dixon, Carroll M. 
Moore, Wilfiam BarUey, Mark 
Muldrew, Frank Gary— 11. 

QcKST. 16. What Local Deaaone 

fiave beeii tUded Eldenf 

None. 

QuxsT. 17. What Loced Deaeoiu 

have been ordained Sldem f 

None. 

Quxsr. 18. Who are the St^m^tm- 
ntereury Pitachtref 
R. J. Campbell, Henry Johns, 
WillU Van Hook, Fletcher Nor- 
wood, Abner Thomas, Scott Con- 
ley, A. W. Parker, Isom Snell 
—8. 

QuBST. 19. Who are the a^tperat^ 
nuated Preaetteref 
Elijah Blair, Daniel Battle, 
Washin^n Thomas, Larkin Eck- 
ford, Alexander GUlam, Austin 
Lo^, Gabriel Todd, Henry 
Smith, F. D. Bookman, John 
Guess, Oliver Watrous, Enoch 
Jefferson, L. H. H'-rn, John 
Brown. Henry Patterson, J. E. 
Shackelford, Aaron Neely— 17. 

QuxsT. 20. WoA the CVtaracter of 
each Preacher Examined f 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each J'reacher was called 
in open Conference. 

Quest. 21. Ha»e any Diedf 

Samuel Allen, Allen Harris, R. 
B. Roberts, G. W. 8mith-4. 
(See obituaries, p. 98.) 

Quest. 22. JIatfe any been Trane- 
ferredy and to to hat Cof^ferenceef 
Samuel Walton and Thomas E. 
Hollyman, probationers first year, 
to Little Rock ; F. C. Moore^ to 
Austin — 8. 

Quest. 28. Ha»e any Withdrawn f 

None. 

Quest. 24. Have any been Located 

at their own reqtteetf 

J. F. Crosier. 

Quest. 25. Have anybeeti Located f 
None. 

Quest. 26. Move any btenpertnitted 
to Withdraw under Chargee or 
ComplairUef 

None. 

Quest. 27. Have any been Expdled^ 
William Allen. 



Quest. 28. Who ar» eeieeted foe 

Triers of AppeaUf 

Edward Lee, A. C. Cnlbreth, 

Doctor Morris, WillUm McKinsey, 

W. H. Jackson, Frank Gilmore— «. 

Quest. 89. What U the Steitistioal 
Report for this Vot^ferenee yearf 
(See tabulated statement, p. 127.) 

Qlsst. 80. What ts the Conference 
2^'easurer*s Report for this Con^ 
ferenceyearf 
Diadplinary answer nol reoeiyed. 

Quest. 81. What are the Claims 

on the Coftferenee ^mdf 

t936. 

Quest. 82. Whathasbeen Rsceieed 
on these Claims, and how has it 
been Applied f 

$990, 

which has been applied under or- 
der of the (Jonferenoe. 

Quest. 88. Where are the Preach- 
em Stationed f 

[These appolatmeots are all In the State 

ofTexaa.] 

HOUSTON DISTRICT. 

R. H. Harbert, P.E. 

(P. 0.. Houston.) 

Beaumont, William Jf. Brooks, 

Brazoria and Quintana, to be sup- 
plied. 

Brazoria Circuit, Lewis Burton. 

Columbia, A, d CuUfreth, 

Gkdveston: Saint Paul, J, A, 
Featheretone, 
West Tabemade, R W, Wilson, 

Harrisburv, H. W. Booker. 

Houston : Boynton, Thomas Cole, 
Mount Vernon, Edward Lee, 
Saint James. Jeremiah Smith, 
Sloone, G. J. Izard. 
Trinity, C, C, Minegan, 

Liberty, Aaron Adair, 

Orange, Ttttola Edwards, 

Oyster Creek, to be supplied. 

Richmond and Kendleson, P. L. 
Jackrton. 

Richmond Circuit, J. A. Stewart. 

Wallisville, Aaron Taylor, 

HUNT8VILLE DISTRICT. 
Freeman Parker, P.E. 
(P. 0., HnntsrUle.) 
Cold Spring, Spencer Kelly, 
Colmesneil, to ne supplied. 
Dodge, Doctor Morrxe, 
Huntsville, Poul Douglas, 
Huntsville Cirouit, Henry Dixon, 
Livingston, C, M, Moore, 
Livingston Circuit, Benj. Fisher. 
Loveludy^ Aaron Alexander, 
MadisonviUe, Thornton Sc<>tt. 
Montgomery, Alfred Britton, 
Newton, to be supplied. 
Prairie Plains, Limus Felder. 
Spring, to be supplied. 
Trinity, Wesley Fletcher, 
Waiw, Tobias Wood, 

MARSHALL DISTRICT. 
I. P. Scott, P.E. 
(P. 0.. Msnball.) 
Carthage and Longriew, to be sup- 
Cyprus, John Jackson, 



Dangerfleld, Raphael Beaver. 
Hawkins andQuitman,M.L.FoI]er. 
Jefferson, J, S, Whitaker, 
Jefferson Circuit, H. J. Dyer. 
Lodi. O, W, GUI, 
Marshall : Ebeneier, H. 8. Me- 
MiUan, 
Mallalieu, 8am^J<Anson, 
Marshall Circuit, T. C. Scheinall. 
Mineola, Anderson Williams, 
Pittsbui^, to be supplied. 
Pleaaant Grove, Juhus L. Owen. 
Queen City, Robert Williams, 
Red Oak, Jordan Jordan. 

NAVABOTA DISTRICT 
W. H. LooAK, P.E. 
(P. 0., NavaMta.) 
Anderson, Jesse Jones, 
Belleville, L, J, Hogan, 
Brenham, S, M, Botden, 
Brenham Circuit, S. D. BlacknelL. 
Bryan, W, W, Brown, 
Bryan Circuit, C. A, Curry. 
Caldwell,G. W. Norris. 
Courtney and Retreat, to be sup- 
plied. 
Hempstead, /. JT. Loggine, 
Hempstead CxTCMityMarkMnldrew, 
Hockley. H. R. Smith, 
lola, to be supplied. 
Millican, WilUam McKinsey, 
Navasota, V, M, Cole. 
Navasota Circuit, J. E. Bryant. 
San Felipe, Mason Reddiek, 
Tarborough, W, B, PnUam, 

PALESTINE DISTRICT. 
WiLUAM Wesley, P.E. 
(P. 0., PaleithM.) 
Buffalo and Hopewell, M. Wilton* 
Cotton Gin, Wesley Hartnes, 
Fairfield, C. G. Curtis. 
Franklin, J, A, TiUory, 
Heame, L. H. Bamett 
Jacksonville, Cary Davenport. 
Leona, Daniel Atkins. 
Nacogdoches, P, G, Brown, 
New Birmingham, J. D. Mead. 
Oakwood, to be supplied. 
Palei^tine, W, H, Jackson, 
Palestine Circuit, to be supplied* 
San Augustine, Tucker Young. 
Sutton, G. W. I^ove. 

PARIS DISTRICT. 

Peter Morgan, P.E. 

(P. 0.. Paris.) 

Blossom Prairie, P. H. Haley. 

Bonham, W. P. Perry. 

Brookfiton. W. L. Duncan. 

Cooper, W. A. Ray. 

Clarksville, Ihtnk GUmore, 

Clarksville Circuit, Taylor Moore. 

Freehope, De Witt Friereon. 

Gibson, to be supplied. 

Greenville and Sulphur Spring8,c/. 
W, //. Moore, 

Honey Grove, S. H. Grant. 

Paris, Wade Hamilton, 

Red Kiver, Mosch Littlcjohn. 

Texarkuna, WiUiam Bartley, 

Wolf City, W.J. Holland. 

FVank Gary^ left without appoint- 
ment to attend some one of our 
schools. 

Quest. 84. Where shall ths next 
Conference be ?teld/ 
In Navasota. 
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LOUISIANA CONFERENCE, 

Held is Shreveporty La., Jan* 39-Feb* 3, 1890. 



BISHOP VINCENT, Presiding. 



A. E. P. ALBERT, Secretary. 



QuxOT. 1. Wh9 are deceived by 
Tranitftr^ and Stun^ wfuU Ckm- 
fertncuf 

\u MoifSAO Wood, a jpn>b«tioa«r 
of fizBt j%u^ from New mmpahire : 
C. A, JSimg^ David Bowen^ ana 
liinooln F. Aberoethr, a proba- 
tioner of first year, from South- 



QoBtf. 8. Who art AdmiUid m 
Trialf 
flanover O. WilUama, Albert J. 
Proctor, Oabome Wilson, Benja- 
min J. Itoddiz, Wm. J. M. Prioe, 
Joshua Parker, Geoige Ogilvie, 
John Deichmann— 8. 

QuMT. 8. Who Remain an Trialf 
Joseph H. Tironit, Hubbard 
Daniel, John W. Pieroe (1889), 
Samuel Bell (1889). Alind Vin- 
cent (1889), Bedford Carr (1889), 
Fred. M. Lashincrton (1889), Ed- 
ward Powell(1889), George John- 
son (1889). William Eotur (1889), 
Oharies W. Beeves (1889), James 
Bobertson (1889), Joshua J. Obee 
(1889), James D. Miles (1889), 
James M. Bryan (1889), L. Mor- 
gan Wood (1889), Thoti. A. Brown 
(1889), Alexander Coneriy (1888) 
—18. 

QrssT. 4 Who are DiaeoiUinuedf 
Bobert Coleman, Wm. Sudds, 
James Lewis, Arthur A. Lacy. 
Edward Baker, Albert Swanlund 
—6. 

QuxsT. 5. Who are Admitted into 
FyU Oonneetionf 
William Harrison, Edward C. 
Goings. Pleasant C. Colton, Isaac 
Scott, William EmmeU, Henry C. 
Gair, Jesse D. Pool, Milton S. 
Goings, John Fopp (1888)— 9. 

Qvwr. 6. Who are Be^idmUtedf 
None. 

QuBsv. 7. Who are Heeeived on 

OredentiaUftrom other Chvrcheef 

None. 

QuisT. 8. Wikat Traveling J^eaeh- 

ere have been elected Deacon* f 

None. 

Quest. 9. What Troweling IVeach- 

ere have been ordained Deacons f 

None. 

Qussr. 10. What Local Bwehen 
have been elected Deacon* f 

Berry M. Hubbard, Albert J. 
Proctor, Perry W. Httmilton— 8. 

QuxsT. 11. What Local Preacher* 
have been ordained Deacon* f 
Berry M. Hubbard, Albert J. 

Procto^-2. 



QuxsT. 12. Who are the Traveling 
Deacon* of the Firet Claeef 
William Hilrriaon, Edward C. 
Goings^leasant C. Colton, Isaac 
Scott, Wm. Emmett, Henry C. 
Gair, Jesse D. Pool, MUton S. 
Goings, Anderson H. Banks (1889), 
John Fopp (1888), Emanuel Harris 
Q888), Fompey Fibbs (1888), 
Emerson Hutchinson (1888), Ed- 
ward B. Biobard (1888), Shadrsch 
B. Hason (1888), Jules Benn 
(1888), Neptune Bandolph (1888), 
Charles Bunes (1888), Cadmus 
Wright (1888), William 8. Harris 
(1888), Adolpb B(itcheU(1888)— 28. 

QuisT. 18. Who are the Traveling 
Deacon* of the Second Clauf 
Nelson Burton, James A. Yin- 
cent, Abraham Venable, Henry A. 
Sonell (1889)-4. 

QussT. 14. What J)^avdino Dea- 
con* have been eUcUd Elder* f 
Anatole Panelle, Augustus G. 
Davis, Henry Tavlor, David J. 
Price. Hiram C. Wilson, JoHeph 
W. Mougey, Simon Mitchell, Eu- 
gene Baptiste, Peter W. Clark— 9. 

Qnxsr. 15. What Traveling Dea- 
con* home been ordaitted Elder* f 
Augustus G. Davis. Henry Tay- 
lor, David J. Price, Hiram C. Wil- 
son, Joseph W. Mougey, Simon 
Mitchell. Eugene Baptists, Peter 
W. Clark.— 8. 

QuxsT. 16. What Local Deacon* 
have been eleeUdEl4*r*f 

None. 

QuisT. 17. What Local Deacon* 

have been ordained Elder* f 

None. 

QussT. 18. Who are the Stq>emu' 
merary Treacher* f 
Alexander Primus, Geo. Wash- 
ington, Cortez Thompson, Wash- 
ington Brooks. Abraham Hilton, 
Auatole Pannelle, Joseph N. Da- 
vis, A. J. Lundgrun, Alexander 
Spears— 9. 

QciST. 19. Who are the Superan- 
nuated Preacher* f 
Wm. Murrell, Alfred Legardy, 
Frederick Beeves, Pressly Yar- 
borough, Austin Elennedy^ Chas. 
Downs. John Sparks, Levi John- 
son, Samuel Osborne, Samuel 
Armsted, Anthony Boiw, Horace 
Wallace-12. 

QuxsT. 20. Wa* the Character o/ 
each JVeaeher Examined f 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 



QuxsT. 21. Have any Diedf 
None. 

QuxsT. 22. Have any been Trane- 
/erredy and to what Conference f 
Howsrd A. Clifford, probationer 
of flrrt year, to East Maine ; John 
Deichmann, probationer of first 
year, to Austm: Wm, E. Shinn^ 
to Genessee; James P. Calvin, 
deacon of first dass, to Little 
Bock ; Uruno BOeingery to South- 
ern German— 5. 

QUX8T.28. Haveany Withdrawn r 
Marcus Dale, Edmund Johnson 
—2. 

QuBsr. 24. Have amy been Located 
at their own reqmeetf 

None. 
Quxsr. 25. Have any been Located f 

None. 

QuxsT. 26. Heme any beenpermUted 
to Withdraw under Charge* or 
Oomplaintef 

None. 
QuxsT. 27. Have any been SxpeUedf 
J. W. Lewi& Charles Crockett, 
Andrew Branch — 8. 

QnxsT. 28. Who are eeleeted for 
Trier* of Appedef 
Pierre Landry, W. P. Forest, 
W. B. Butler, Ernest L^on, 
Thomas McCary, C. A. King, 
Beese Thompson— 7. 

QUBST. 29. What U the Statietical 

Rtporifor thi* Conference yearf 
(See tabulated statement, p. 223.) 

QuBST. 80. What ie the Conference 
Treaeurer^e Report for thu Con^ 
ftrenceyearf 
Disciplinary answer not received. 

Qqjut. 81. What are the Claim* 

on the Cofference Fund/ 

Not answered. 

Qussr. 82. What hat been Received 
on the*e Clcuene^ and how ha* it 
been Applied f 

$1,356 31, 

which has been applied under or- 
der of the Conference. 

Quest. 88. Where are the B-each" 
er* Stationed f 

LTheis appotntments are all tn the State 
of LoaWaua.] 

BATON BOUGE DISTBICT. 

J. W. HuDsow, P. E. 

(P. 0., Baton Rome.) 

Baton Bouge : Saint Mark, to be 
supplied. 
Wesley, W, R. Butler. 

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Bayou Oonla, to be supplied. 
Bayou Paul, to be supplied. 
Bayou Sara and Aivodine, Jamee 

D. Miles. 
Clinton, Hampton Jamee. 
Comite, R. J, Thonuu, 
EtheL to be supplied. 
Free Union and Island, Jules Benn. 
Jackson and Carr's Creek, Joseph 

A. Tircuit. 
Jones Creek and Connd, Bphraim 

Harrison. 
Macedonia, Henry C. Qair. 
Merritt*s Chapel, Neptune Ban- 

dolph. 
Mount Cannel, Abraham HiUon, 
Musson and lAvonia, </. H. Ry- 

lander. 
New Roads, to be supplied. 
Plank Roaa, Charles Barnes. 
Plaquemine and SeymourvUIe, Z. 

T. Oaydm. 
Port Allen and West Baton Bouge, 

Emanuel Harris. 
PriesUy Chapel, Stephen Green, 
Saint Luke, to be supplied. 
BhUoh and Hartzell Chapel, /. G, 

Rogers. 
Slaughter and Midway, Cadmus 

Wright. 
Stony Pointy Andrew Chapel, and 

Silver Spnngs, Bedford Carr. 
Sumner's Cl^pel and Yellow 

Bayou, Jesse D. Pool. 
The Plain, Sandy Creek, and 

Mount Pleasant, Thomas A. 

Brown. 
Union Chapel and Bayou Lets- 
worth, Isaac Scott. 
Wesley Chapel, Peter W. Clark. 
West MelviUo. to be supplied. 
Wilson and Mount Zion, to be 

supplied. 
Zacharia, to be supplied. 

LAKE CHARLES DISTRICT. 
W. H. CuNE, P.E. 
(P.O., Lake Cbarlet) 
Baldwin, J. W. Mougey. 
Crowley, Lincoln F. Abemethy. 
Jennin^, David Bowers. 
Lake Charles, C. A. King^ P, A. 

Drown. 
Welch, to be supplied. 

LA TECHE DISTRICT. 

J. F. Makshall, P.E. 

<P. 0., 200 Marengo St., New Orieana.) 

Abbeville, Albert J. Proctor. 

Alexandria, A, J, Ford. 

Booneville, Addison Moors, 

Bunkie and Morrows, Hanover 0. 
Williams. 

Cheney ville, to be sunplied. 

Cottonport and Bordelonville, to 
be supplied. 

Eohi and Sunflower, A. fl. Banks. 

Glencoe and Island, WiUiam 
Smith. 

Hubertville (P. 0. JeannereUeX Jas. 
A. Vincent. 

Jeannerette and Patonville, Ed- 
ward Fidds. 

Lafayette, Simon MitehslL 

LeCompte and Stewart Chapel, A. 
O. DavU. 

Kew Iberia, W. B. Anderson. 

Newman and Warren Chapel, Ed- 
ward Powell. 



Olivia, Stephen TiUman. 

Opelousas, Robert Anderson, 

Pmeville and Avoca, J. Augustus. 

Saint Martinsville and Bereaux 
Bridge, Moses Franklin. 

Saint Peter, WUIU Carr, 

Sorrell, Pompey Bibbs. 

Washington and Villa Platte, H. 
T. O. AbboU. 

Waxie and Palmetto, Joseph John- 
son. 

G. W. WWi^ProfeesorinWUeyUnl- 
versiCy, Marshall, Tex.— member 
of Alexandria Quarterly Conf. 

Berry M. Hubbard, Principal of 
Alexandria Academy — member 
of Alexandria Quarterly ConC 

MISSION DISTRICT. 

W. P. McLauohlih, P.E. 

(P. 0., New Orleans.) 

Areola, to be supplied. 
Covington, to be supplied. 
Hammond, to be supplied. 
New Orleans : City Circuit, J, J. 
Billingsly, 
Conffo Square (French Mission), 

to oe 8up[>ilea. 
Italian Mission, to be sunplied. 
Saint Bernard (French Mission), 

P. J. Robedoux. 
Sfdnt Charles Avenue, L. Mor- 
gan Wood. 
Scandinavian Mission, to be 

supplied. 
Water Valley (Scandinavian 
Mission), to he supplied. 

MONROE DISTRICT. 

Stsphkn Priestly, P.E. 

(P. 0., Monroe.) 

Bastrop and Mer Rouge, C. W. 

Kershaw. 
Brodnax and Washington, Milton 

S. Goings. 
De Siard, Beulah and Farmersville, 

Edward C. Goings. 
Lake Providence and Island, Geo, 

I^yne. 
Mill Haven and Jones Chapel, to 

be supplied. 
Monroe, D. J. IHce. 
Mount Nebo, William Emmet 
Ray ville, Autiin Jones. 
Saint Joseph and Waterproof, Os- 
car Williams. 
Vidalia, John W. Pierce. 
Wlnnsborough and Columbia, Os- 

bom Wilson. 

NORTH NEW ORLEANS DIRT. 

Empkbob William, P.E. 

(P. 0., New Orleans.) 

Asbury Chapel. 0. D. C. Bryan. 

DarrowviUe and New River, Mijdh 

Clark. 
Donaldson ville, John Quails. 
ElotsviUe (P. 0.. Napoleonrille), Jas. 

M. Bryan. 
La Place, Beinamin J. Reddix. 
Mandeville, Alfred Vincent. 
Milneburg, to be supplied. 
Napoleon ville, D. G. Butler, 
New Orleans: La Harpe, A. J. 
PickeU. 

Lower Coast^ to be supplied. 

Pleasant Plains, Charles Monroe. 

Saint Matthew's, W. P. Forest. 

Thomson Chapel, T. J, Johnson, 



New Orleans : Union Chapel, Ree»e 
Thompson. 
Wesley Chapel, F. T. Chinn. 

Saint Charles (P. 0., HahnsvUIe). 
Braxton Bolden. 

Saint John (P. 0.« Edsar), £fugene 
BaptisU. 

Slidetl and Peari Village, Alexan- 
der Conerly. 

White Hall and College Point 
(P. 0., Central), Frank Harvey. 

J. C. HartMelly Corresponding Sec^ 
retary of the Freedmen's Aid and 
Soutnem Education Society — 
member of Wesley Chapel, New 
Orleans, Quarterly Conferenoe. 

A. E. P. Albert, Editor South-wee^ 
em Christian Adw>oate—inem.- 
ber of Union Chapel, New Or- 
leans, Quarterly Conference. 

Thomas M. Dart, Professor in New 
Orleans University — member of 
Union Chapel, New Orleans, 
Quarterly Conferenoe. 

SOUTH NEW ORLEANS DIST- 
Stephen Dukoaw, P.E. 

(P. 0., Ploe Street. New Orleans.) 
Amite and Ponchatoula, to be sup- 
plied. 
Camp Parapet, Simon Evans. 
CentervUle and Bayou Sale, to be 

supplied. 
Franklin, S, E. H. Morant. 
Franklinton, to be supplied. 
Greenville and Waggaman, 8aun- 

dus Carroll. 
Gretna, Hiram Wilson. 
Houma and Dulao, Frank D, 

Bowers. 
Kenna, H. C. Armston. 
Morgan City and Bayou Boeuf, 

Tranfis Larkin. 
Mount Zion, to be supplied. 
Now Orleans: Clinton Street, 
Henry Taylor, 

Cushman and Maiden Chapel, 
Frank Walker, 

Flint Street, J, W, Hilton. 

Haven Chapel, M. J. Dyer. 

Mallalieu Chapel, Samuel Dav- 
idge. 

Mount Zion, Thomas McCary, 

Simpson Chanel, Ernest Lyon. 

University Chapel, to be sup- 
plied. 
Raceland and Lookport, Samuel 

Bell. 
Schriever, H. J, Wright, 
Shady Grove, Joshua Parker. 
Thibodeau3c. W, S. Harris, 
Winstead, Saint Paul, Edward B. 

Richards, one to be supnlied. 
Woodlawn, Tennessee Jaekson. 
W. D. Godman, Principal Gilbert 

Seminary — member Winstead 

Quarterly Conference. 
L, G. Adkinson, President New 

Orleans University— member of 

Simpson Chapel, New Orleans, 

Quarterly Conferenoe. 

SHREVEPORT DISTRICT. 

T. G. Montgomery, P. E. 

(P. 0., Shrevepori.) 

Alfray, William Ector. 

Allen and Marthaville, D, M. 

Seals. 
Bedford, P. B, McDonald, 

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Bouchest, Abraham Venable. 

Boyce and Bayou Rapids, Pleaaunt 
C. Colton. 

Cane City, to be supplied. 

Chopin and Bayou Natchez, Will- 
iam Harris. 

Columbia, Negreet and Taureau, 
B, O. Atrrow. 

Compte, AIUh LwArt. 

Eaiit Point, to be supplied. 

Fairfield and Fairvie w (P. O..Shreve- 
port), David Shelbu. 

Fairmount, Alfred McGlocklin. 

Fort Jensup, Charles W. Reeves. 

Orand Cnne and Mount Zion, Geo. 
Johnson. 



Lake End, Winsey, and Starlight, 

Ma»e$ Fairfax, 
Leesville and Anacoco, Nelson 

Burton. 
Long^trc-et and Pleasant Grove, 

Hubbard Daniel. 
Mansfield. Emerson Hutchinson. 
Minden Mission, John Fopp, 
Natchitoches and Newtown, 8. 8. 

Wright, 
Pelican Station, to be supplied. 
Pleasant Hill and Pruine Bayou, 

Fred. M. Lashington. 
Providence and Round Grove, «/. 

H. Pierre, 
I^beline, Jf. H, Hunter, 



Rush Point, George Ogilvie. 

Scott, James Robertson. 

Shady Grove and Pleasant Valley, 
Joshua J. Obee. 

Shreveport: Saint James, C. 0, 
Snallawhome, 
Saint Paul, Pierre Landry, 

Vanceville, Shadraoh Hason. 

Valcour Chapman and Ned Baker, 
left without appointments to at- 
tend some one of our schools. 

Quest. 84. Where shall the next 
Conference be held f 

In Simpson Chapel, New Orleans. 



SOUTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE, 

Held in Marion, 8. C, Jan. 30>Feb. 3, 1890. 



BISHOP BOV^^MAN, Presiding. 



J. B. MIDDLETON, Secretary. 



Quest. 1. Who are Reeeined by 
TrniutfeTj and from what Con- 
ferences? 

None. 

Quest. 2. Who are Admitted on 
2HalF 
Joseph Lucas, David J. Sunders, 
William 8. Neil, Henry C. Asburj-, 
Benjamin J. Boston. Gainev J. 
Davis, Joseph P. Robinion, ^Uis 
Forest, Wm. D. Soott— 9. 

Quest. 8. Who Remain on Trial f 
Wm. M. Hannah, Matthew M. 
Monzon, James McEndy, Wiley 
Littlej'hn, J. C. Tobian, J. W. 
Connelly, T. G. Hazel, A. S. Cot- 
tingham, Anderson H. Harrison, 
John T. Wilson, Jesse N. Browu- 
lee, John T. Harrison, James F. 
Page— 18. 

Quest. 4. Who are Diecontintted ? 
Benjamin F. MoLeod, A. J. An- 
derson, Henry H. Hayiiej*, Junius 
S. Mobley, E. M. Gray— 6. 

Quest. 5. Wfto are AdmiUed into 
Ftdl Oonnectianf 
Ma««es Cook, Virgil 8. Johnson. 
Francis W. Vance, Edward L Fos- 
ter, Wm. H. Jonee — 6. 

Quest. 6. Who are Be-iuknittcd f 
None. 

Quest. 7. Who are Received on 

(htdentiaisfrcm other Churches / 

None 

Quest. 8. What Tnwelwg JVemch- 
ers have been eUetsd Deacons ? 
Moses Cook, Vir^ 8. Johnson, 

Francis W. Vance— 8. 

QuEOT. ». What Tra9elina Preach- 
ere have heenordained Jjeaeons t 
Mosee Cook, Virgil 8. Johni«on, 

Francis W. Vance— 8. 

Quest. 10. What Local Preachers 
ham been elected Dtcaons ? 
Frank C. Wei«ton, J<«eph Lifer- 
2 



cidge, Daniel Martin, Reuben Red- 
dick, Isaiah Cannon, John John- 
son, Hillary Watson, Benjamin J. 
Boston, Julius G. Osbom, Ellis 
Forest, Jasper P. Robinson* Ben- 
jamin F. McLeod — 12. 

Quest. 11. Whai Local Preachers 
have been ordaintd Deacons? 
Frank C. Weston, Joseph Lifer- 
cldge, Daniel Martin, Reuoen Red- 
dicK, Isaiah Ciuinon, John John- 
son, Hillary Watson, Bei\janiin J. 
Boston, Julius G. Osbom, Ellis 
Forest, Jasper P. Robinson, Ben- 
jamin F. McLeod— 12. 

Quest. 12. Who are the Traveling 
Deacons of the First Class f 
Moses Cook, Vireil 8. Johnson, 
Francis W. Vance, Edward I. Fos- 
t«'r, William H. Jones, Henry H. 
Matthews, Edward W. Adams — 7. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Traveling 
Deacott* of the Second Class f 
B. F. Miller, J. E. A. Keeler, 

John B. Thomas, Benjamin J. 

Frederick — 4. 

Quest. 14. What Travding Dea- 
cons have been elected Elaers f 
Bailey M. Pegues, John N. Car- 
ter, WilUam G. White, Robert L. 
Hickson, Augustus G. Kennedy, 
Cornelius C. Scott, George W. 
Grant— 7. 

Quest. 15. Whai Travelinq Dea- 
cons have been ordained J^lders f 
Bailey M. Pezues, John N. Car- 
ter, William G. White, Robert L. 
Hickson, Augustus G. Kennedy, 
Cornelius C. Scott, George W. 
Grant— 7. 

QuEffT. 16. What Local Deacons 
have been elected Elders f 
Mitchel K. Hollaway, Moses 
Cherry— 2. 

Quest. 17. What Local Deacons 

have been ordained Elders f 

Mitchel K. Hollo way, Moses 

Cherry— 2. 



Quest. 18. Who are the Super- 
numerary Preachers f 
P. Witherspoon, L. W. A. 
Oglesby, J. A. Sasportas, W. H, 
Scott, J. S. Garrett, E. McDaniel, 
W. W. Adamson, M. F. Black— 8. 

Quest. 19. Who are the Superan^ 

nuated Breachersf 

Z, L. Duncan. 

QuEffT. 20. Was the Character of 
each Preacher Examined f 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 

Quest. 21. Have any Died t 
J. W. White. 
(See obituary, p. 98. ) 

Quest. 22. Have any been Trans^ 

ferred^ and t^t whtU Vonferenoesf 

None. 

Quest. 28. 1fa>*e any Withdrawn t 
A. D. Harris. 

Quest. 24. Hm^ any been Located 

at thfir own request f 

W. A. Clark. 

Quest. 25. Haifs any been Located f 
None. 

Quest. 26. Have any been permitted 

to Withdraw under Charges f 

None. 

Quest. 27. Have any been BxpeOed f 
None. 

Quest. 28. Who are selected for 
Triers of Appeals f 
J. R. Rosemond. J. R. Town- 
send, M. Stewart, B. James, B. F. 
Witherspoon, J. A. Brown, A. 
Adams — 7. 

Quest. 29. What is the Statistical 
Report for this Conference year t 
(See tabulated statement, p. 129.) 

Quest. 80. What are the Clabne 

on the Cor^ference I^md f 

Not answered. 

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QUS8T. 81. What has hem Beceiwd 
on these Vlaitns^ and how has U 
heen Applied f 

$022, 

which has been applied under or- 
der of the Conference. 

Quest. 82. Where are the IVeach' 
ers Stationed f 

CThese appolntmeoU are all In the State 

of South Carolina.) 

BEAUFORT DISTRICT. 

D. M. Minus, P.E. 

(P. On Orangebarg.) 

Aiken. E. B, Burrottghs. 

Allendale, /. C. Rnderffrau, 

Appleton, P. D. Harris, 

Bamberff, W. (?. WhiU, 

BarneviUe, C, G. Jacobs. 

Beaufort and Ladies' Island, S, 8. 
Lawton, 

Buford's Brid^, F, J, Frederick, 

Cattle Creek, to be supplied. 

Colleton, F. C, Jones. 

Combuhee, «/. Z. Chesnut, 

Folkstone and Bamville, H, Baker, 

Graham's, W, J. Smith. 

Hickory Hill, G. F. Frederick. 

Hilton Head and Gillisonville, to 
be supplied. 

JackHonboroujifh, Henry H. Mat- 
thews. 

New Hope and Harley ville, G, W, 
Gantt, 

Reesville, M, Stewart, 

Ridgeville, B. J. Boston. 

Ross, J. S, Oatrett. 

Springfield, to be supplied. 

Springtown, to be supplied. 

Summerville, S. S. Butler. 

Walterborough, /2. A. Thomas. 

Wesley Grove, H. (). Frederick. 

Temassee, N, C, Davits, 

CHARLESTON DISTRICT. 
J. E. Wilson, P.E. 
(P. 0., Charleston.) 
Black River, A. Cooper. 
Camp Ridge, M. M. Mouzon. 
Charleston: Centenary, A. 0, 
Dutton. 
Old Bethel, B, F. Withermoon, 
Wesley, E. M, JHnci'N^u. 
Cooper River, James McEady. 
Foreston, W. H. ScoU. 
Georgetown, J. T. Harrison. 



John's Island, A, Middlston, 
Kingstree, S. W, Bsaird. 
Kingstree Circuit, W. M. Hannah. 
Mount Pleasant, to be supplied. 
Saint Andrew's, E. J, Snetter. 
Saint John'K, 8. Simmons, 
Saint Marv'R, A, Adams, 
Saint Stephen's, A. H. Harrison. 
Santee, Joseph Lucas. 
Turkey Creek, J. E. A. Keeler. 

FLORENCE DISTRICT. 
F. L. Baxter, P.E. 
(P. 0., Florence,) 
Bennettsville, /: I), Smith, 
Cheraw, F. E, McDonald, 
CWterfield, D. J. Sandew. 
Clio, A, McLees. 
Darlington, /. McLsod. 
Darlington Circuit, to be supplied. 
Ebenezer, to be supplied. 
Florence and Wesley Chapel, Ji. 

A. CoUin{^ham. 
La Mar, B. James. 
Little Rock, ^. E, Quick, 
Lydb, Benj. Guttpel. 
LynchbuiTj, B. Si. Fugues, 
Lynch's River, M. V, Gray. 
Marion, E. JI, Coit, 
Marlborough, D. G. Johnson, 
BlarsBluffand Salem, W.R.Jerve^, 
Maysvilie, /'. W, Sasportas, 
Mount Zion and Ebenezer, J. F. 

Page. 
New Hope, W. S. Neil. 
North Marl borough, W. S. Bailey. 
Pee Dee, E. J. Foster. 
Shiloh, John Burroitahs. 
Society Hill. Moses cJook. 
Timmonsville and Catersville, B, 

A. Mowcon. 

GREENVILLE DISTRICT. 

I. E. LOWKRY, P.E. 
(P. 0.. Aiken.) 
Anderson, C. R. Brown. 
Anderson Circuit, A. Lewis. 
Belton, to be supplied. 
Black's, W. Littlejohn. 
Clover. 8. Grten. 
DoQip Creek, Q. W. Beckham. 
Easiey, J, R. Rosemond. 
Qaffney, J, N, Carter, 
Greenville, J. A, Brown. 
Greenville Circuit, B. Robertson. 
Greenwood, L. Arthur. 
Greer's, S, Thomas. 



Holly Springs, B. F. Millen. 
Liberty, to d« supplied. 
Marietta, George Gray. 
Mulberry, W. H. Jones. 
Newberry, C, C, Robertson, 
Pendleton. Wm. D. Scott 
Pickens, J. N. Brovm/ce, 
Rock Hill, York OoodltU. 
Seneca, Edward Kirby. 
SpartaubuiTg, C, C. Scott. 
Spartanburg Circuit, E. W, Adama^ 
Walhalla, C, T. Hopkim, 
Weltord, H. F, McEltcee, 
Williamston, 6'. A. King, 
Yorkville, /. B, Smith. 
Yorkville Circuit, F. W. Vunce. 

ORANGEBURG DISTRICT. 

E. C. Brown, P.E. 

(P. 0.. Oraniebors.) 

Antioch, G. J. Davis. 

Camden, J. L. Grice, 

Camden Circuit, J. W, BrowH„ 

Columbia, J. H. Johnson. 

Edisto Forks, i\\ T. Bowen, 

Elizabeth, R. L. Bickson. 

Jamison, T, J. Clark, 

Lexington, to be supplied. 

Lon^wn, Ellis Forest. 

Macedonia, W, G. Deas, 

Mechanicsville. B. G. Frederick. 

Mount Zion, W, McWiUie, 

Onmgebui^, /. R. Townsend, 

Orangeburg Circuit, A, G, Ken- 
nedy. 

PinevUle, R. F. Blakeney. 

Prospect, J. P. Robinson. 

Rock Springs. W, Jfc/iUosh. 

Rose ville, J. W. Connelly. 

Smithville, V. S. Johnson. 

Sumter, J. B. MiddUton, 

Sumter Circuit, Thomas Sims. 

Wateree, J. B. Thomas. 

L. M. Dunion. President ; A, G, 
Townsend^ Professor ; /. A". Car- 
doza. Chaplain, in Claflin Uni- 
versity. 

//. M. Murphy, J. C. Tobias, H. 
Haynes, J. T. Wilson, T. G. 
Hazel, E. S. Cottingham, and 
H. C. Asburj-, left without ap- 
pointments to attend some one 
of our schools. 

Quest. 33. Where xhall the next 

Couference be heldf 

In Greenville. 



CENTRAL ALABAMA CONFERENCE, 

Held in Mobile, Ala., Jan* 30-Feb. 3, 1890. 



BISHOP JOYCE, Presiding. 



A. W. McKINNEY, Secretary. 



Quest. 1. Who are Received by 
Transfer, and from wftol Con- 
ferencesf 

None. 



Quest. 2. 



W7io are Admiltsd on 
Triair 



William A. Bowers, Geoige W. 
Reeves, Anthony R. Spencer, Sam- 
uel H. Veil, Joseph H. Scales, Eli- 
jah Frazier, Thomas J. English, 



Riley H. Fleming, Augustus C. 
Carter, George R. Rogers, Noah 
Reddick, David RichartSion, Isaiah 
Perry, General G. Tuggle, J. C. 
Russell a889)— 16. 

Quest. 8. Who Remain on Trial f 

Edward M. Jones, B. G. Smith 

(1889), John C. Sammons (1889), 

(1889), John W. Lewis (1889) 



Quest. 4. Who are Discofdiuued t 
None. 

Quest. 6. Who are Admitted into 
FuU Connection F 
Paul G. Goines, Franklin L» 
Teague, Lewis W. Goodson — 8. 

Quest. 6. Who are Re-admUtedf 
George McLemore., located by 
Central Alabama 1886. 

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Qcsar. 7. Who at-e Heceived on 

Crtdetitialsfromot/ter Churches f 

None. 

QcxsT. 8. Wkca Traveling Preach- 

€r» have been eUeted Deacons / 

None. 

QcE«T. 9. Whai Traveling Preach- 
ers fiace been ordained Dtacofuf 
None. 

Quest. 10. What Local Preaeheru 
have been elected Deaoontf 
Samuel H. Veil, Joseph H. 
Scales— 2. 

Quest. 11. What Local Pireachen 
fiave been ordained Deacon* f 
S;imucl li. Veil, Joseph H. 
Scalesi^2. 

NoTK.— Wm. A. Bowers, a deaeon in 
the African Uetbodtot Episcopal Zlon 
Cbarcli. was reeoiaiised as a deacon in 
the Hethodiat ^Iscopal Church. 

Quest. 12. Who art the Travding 

Deacons of the First Class f 

Paul G. Goines, Franklin L. 

Teajrue. Lewiit W. Goodson, Thos. 

S. McMorriii, Lewis II. Mixon — 5. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Traveling 
Deacons of the ^yecofid Class f ' 
Tony C. Levert, Thomas Hum, 
Robin Carter, William H. Bonds, 
Thomas T. Phillips, Hawowl 
Adams, Lewis Drake, John T. 
Williams, Ambrose C. Comer — 9. 

Quest. 14- What Tramlina Dea- 
cons have been eUded Elders f 
None. 

Quest. 16. What Traveling Dea- 
cons have been oidained Elders^ 
None. 

Quest. 16. What Local Deacons 

have been elected Elders f 

None. 

Quest. 17. What Local Deacons 

have been ordained Elders f 

None. 

NoTB.— Anthony R. 8pencer. of the Af- 
rican Metliodbt Episcopal Zion Church, 
elder in" " * 



was recognised as an elder in tiie Meth- 
odist Episcopal Cburcti. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Supernu- 
fnerary I^eachers f 
A. C. Comer, Frank Withers 
—2. 

Quest. 19. Who are the Superan- 
nuated Preachers t 
H. W. Conner, Lewis ICghter, 
O. B. Franklin, George Millui 



Quest. 20. Was the Character oj 
each Pi-eacTier Examiited? 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
In open Conference. 

NoTB.— The Case of Thomas S. Bf cMor- 
ris was referred to the presiding elder 
for investigation. 

Quest. 21. Have any Died ^ 
A. Sheffield, R. McKinley— 2. 
(See obituary, p. 119.) 



Quest. 22. Have any beeti Trans- 
ferred^ and to what Got^erences t 
None. 

Quest. 28. Have any Withdrawn f 
Robert Ford. 

Quest. 24. Have any been Located 

at their owfi regttestf 

None. 

Qukst.25. Ham any been Located f 
None. 

Quest. 26. Have any beenpermitted 
to Withdraw wider Charges or 
Complaints f 

None. 

Quest. 27. Have any been Expelled f 
None. 

Quest. 28. Who are selected for 
Triers of Appeals f 
Wesley Prettyman, Israel Town- 
send. E. B. McCauley, W. F. 
Smith, Osbom Nelson, H. N. 
Brown, M. M. McKinney — 7. 

Quest. 29. What is the Statistical 
Jleportfur this Conference year / 
(See tabulated statement, p. 181.) 

Quest. 80. What is the Conference 
Ireasurer's Eeportfor this Con- 
ference year f 

$747 68. 

Quest. 81. Whal are the Claims 

OH the Conference Fwidf 

$479. 

Quest. 82. What has been Jieceived 
on these Claims^ <utd lu>w has it 
beei% Applied f 

$479, 
which has been applied under or- 
der of the Conference. 

Quest. 88. Where are the Preach' 
ers Stationed f 

[These appointments are all In the State 
of Alabama, except as otherwise indi* 
cated.j 

BIRMINGHAM DISTRICT. 

Israel Townsend, P.E. 

(P. 0., Bhmingham.) 

Anniston, Paul G. Goines. 

Ashland, to be supplied. 

At:illu and Macedonia, Alfred 

Nichols. 
Bessemer nnd Horse Creek, to be 

8Ui>plied. 
Birmingham: Saint Paul, E. B. 

McCauley, 
Blount's Springs, Samuel H. Veil. 
Blountsvillc, George W. Reeves. 
Brownsville and East Birmingham, 

L. W. (ioodson. 
Center, to be supplied. 
CoUinsville and Fort Payne (P. 0., 

Fort Payne),' Riley H. Fleming. 
Enou and West Birmingham (P. 0., 

Birmingham), Thomas P. Phillips. 
Gudscn, JaU Ellis. 
Heflin and Chocoolocco (P. 0.. Choc- 

colocco), to be supplied. 
HowelPs Cross Kouds, A. R. 

Spencer. 
Irondale and South Birmingham 

(P. 0., Birmingham), S. Wright. 
Kidd Street and Pell City (P. 0.. 

Talladega), David Richardson. 



Mount Plensant and North Bir- 
mingham, lyUliam Coleman. 

OxfoTdy Thomas Ham. 

Springville and Whitney (P. O.r 
Springville), Spencer Jtay. 

Talladega and Ironaton (P. 0., Talla-^ 
dega), Hawood Adams. 

Village Springs, H. D, Hyrd. 

DADEVILLE DISTRICT. 
W. F. Smith, P.E. 
(P. 0.. Opellka.) 
Alexander City, J, H. M, Durand. 
Bluffton, W. H. Nelson. 
Dadeyille, to he supplied. 
Eclectic, Berry Jackson. 
Fredonia, W. H. Bonds. 
Hollins and Socapetoy (P.OnHoUtos), 

Nimrod SnodUy. 
Lafayette, A. N. Jackson. 
Opellka, Hiram Matthews, 
Randolph, (p. O., Wedowee), Elyah 

Frazier. 
Roanoke. James Yamell. 
Rockford, Joseph H. Scales. 
Sandy Creek, to be supplied. 
Syllacauga and Childersourg, S. J. 

Robinson. 
Tallassee, D. R. MaUhewa. 
Wedowee, George McLemore, 

HUNTSVILLE DISTRICT. 

Wesley Prettyman, P.E. 

(P. 0., Decatur.) 

Athens and Oakland (p. O. Hants. 

vine). M. M. McKinney. 
Cedar Grove (P. C Green Grove), B. 

G. Smith. 
Center Grove (P. 0.. Huntsvllle), to 

be supplied. 
Courtland and Hillsborough (P. 0., 

Courtland), Robin Carter. 
Decatur, Tony C. Levert. 
GuntersvUle, J. C. Beid, 
HuntsviUe, J. S. Todd. 

Conference Academy Mission, 
A. W. McKinney. 
New Market (P. 0.. Hayes' Store), 

J. W. Lewis. 
Russellville, to be supplied. 
Scottsborough, to be supplied. 
Somerville, to be supplied. 
Stevenson, to be supplied. 
Triana, L. II. Mixon. 
Warrington, G. G. Tuggle. 
A. W. Mch'inney^ President Cen- 
tral Alabama Isormal Institute. 

MARION DISTRICT. 

H. N. Brown, P.E. 

((P. 0.. MarUn.) 

Eutaw and Oak Grove (P. 0., EuUw), 

F. J. Brown. 
Gainesville and Mount Moriuh, 

(P. 0., GainesvIUe), J. C. Russell. 
Marion, F. L. League. 
Mount Sterling, Thos. J. English. 
Newl)ern, Walthall, and AJlen^s 

Groves (p. O.. Newbem), William 

Perry. 
Oak Grove and Greensborough 

Mission (P. 0.. Scott's SUtlon), Os- 
bom Kelson. 
Old Town, OrsUvs Miller. 
Selma, JacJbsoti Harper. 
Soule's Chapel, May berry, and 

SpringhiU (P. 0.. GainesvIUe) T/tos, 

J, Evans, 

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Sprinfiffield, Sawyers, and Colvin^s 

Grove (P. 0.. Euuw), G«org$ W, 

Winn. 
Tu8calooBa and Murphy's Chapel 

(P. Tuscaloosa), Thos. J. Jackton. 
Union^ Saint Mary's and Mount 

Sinai, (P. Om Union), £. J>, Lewis, 

MONTGOMERY DISTRICT. 

Cain Rooxbs, P.£. 

P. 0., Union Springs.) 

Aberfoil, G. R. Rogers. 

Brewton and PoUara, A. C. Carter. 

Castloberry, Lewis Drake. 



Doff River (P. 0.. Mobile), to be sup- 
plied. 

Eufala, to be supplied. 

Fowl River (P. 0., Theodore), Isaiah 
Perry. 

Mobile: Franklin Street, W. A. 
Bowers. 
Mission, to be supplied. 
Warren Street, Y. T. P^r$aU. 
Wesley Chapel, Noah Reddick. 

MontgomeiT, Edward M. Jones. 

Pensacola (Fk), N. H. Speight. 

Pensaoola Mission (Fla.), to be 
supplied. 



Suggsville Mission (P. O., Oood«>, 
to be supplied. 

Tinsaw, J, J. Williams. 

Troy, Lawsou Hill. 

Union Springs^ S. B. Henderson, 

Wallace Mission, to be sup- 
plied. 

John C.Sammons and G. W.Man^ 
left without appointments to at- 
tend some one of our schools. 

QuxflT. 84. Where shall the nejct 

Conference be heldf 

In Marion. 



SOUTHERN GERMAN CONFERENCE, 

Held In Brenhaniy Tex.y Jan. 30«Feb. 3, 1800. 



BISHOP WALDEN, Presiding. 



CARL SCHULER, Secretary. 



Quest. 1. Who are Received Ity 
Trantfer^ and from what Con- 
ferences f 
Bruno Boezmger, from Louisiana. 

Quest. 2. Who are Admitted on 
Trialf 
William Buehror, John Klein- 
knect — 2. 

Quest. 8. Who Remain on Trial, f 
William A. Moers. 

QuBST. 4. Who are Discontinued t 
None. 

QUBST. 5. Who are Admitted into 
Fidl Connection f 
John Pluenneko. 

Quest. 6. Who are Re-admitted f 
None. 

Quest. 7. Who are Received on 

Credentials from other Churches f 

None. 

Quest. 8. What Traveling Preach- 
ers have been elected Deacons f 
John Pluenneke. 

Quest. 9. What Traveling Preach- 
ers have been ordained Deacons f 
John Pluenneke. 

Quest. 10. What Local Preachers 
have been elected Deacons f 

None. 

Non.— Wint*m A. Moers was elected 
deacon under ilie missionary role. 

Quest. 11. What Ijocal Preachers 

have been ordained Beacons t 

William A. Moers. 

Quest. 12. Who are the Traveling 

DeacvnMofthe First Class f 

John Pluenneke. 

Quest. 13. Who are the Travding 
Deacons of the Second Class f 
Gustar Sohulze, John Streit, 

Theodore Uaverkost, Louis Ko- 

penhagen, Bruno Boe:dnger(1889) 

— 6. 



Quest. 14. What Travelittg Dea- 
cons have been elected Elders if 
John W. Pfaeffle. 

Quest. 16. What Travelino Dea- 
cons have been ordained Elders f 

John W. Pfaeffle. 

Quest. 16. What Local Deacons 

have been elected Elders f 

None. 

Quest. 17. What Local Deacons 

have been ordained Elders f 

None. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Supernu- 
merary Preacher* f 
Conrad Pluenneke, Henry Die- 
ner — 2. 

Quest. 19. Who an? the Superan- 
nuated Preachers f 
Carl Biehl, £dward Schneider, 
Anton Ulrich, D. G. Stiehl— 4. 

Quest. 20. Wa» the Character <{/ 
each Preacher Examined ? 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 

Quest. 21. Ham any Diedf 

None. 

Quest. 22. Have any been TVona- 

ferredy and to what Conferences f 

None. 

Quest. 28. Have any Withdrawn f 
None. 

Quest. 24. Hatve any been Located 

at their oton request^ 

None. 

Quest. 26. Have any been Located f 
None. 

Quest. 26. Have any beenpermitted 
to Withdraw under Cfnargee or 
Complaints f 

None. 

Quest. 27. Have any been Expelled f 
None. 



Quest. 28. Who are selected for 
Triers of Appeals f 
Wm. Febinj?, Wm. Pfaeffle, J. 
E. Urbantke, Henry Pape, E. C. 
Draeger, Andrew Traeger, H. C. 
Holl'man— 7. 

Quest. 29. What U the Statistical 
Report for this Covfertnce yearf 
(See tabulated stiitement, p. 184.) 

Quest. 80. What is the Conference 
Irecuurer^s Report for this Con- 
ference yearf 
Disciplinary answer not received. 

Quest. 81. \Mtat are the Claims 

on. the Conference Fundf 

•633. 

Quest. 82. What has been Received 
OH these Claims, and how has it 
been Applied? 

•633, 
which has betn applied under or- 
der of the Conference. 

Quest. 88. Where are the Preach- 
ers Stationed f 

[These appointments are all fn the State 
of TeiM. except as otherwise Indi- 
cated.] 

HOUSTON DISTRICT. 

Gottlieb Dosdall, P. E. 

(P. 0., Waco.) 

Barton and Belton, Bruno Boezin- 

ger. 
Brenham, William ^aeffle, Will- 
iam Buehror. 
Brenham Prairie,/Wd<fo Rohmfalk, 
Dallas and Palmer, J. J. KienU. 
Denton, Fort Worth, and Gaines- 
ville, William Fileing. 
Houston and Bear Creek, Jacob 

Ott, 
Lexinfifton and Caldwell, Louis Ko- 

penhat(en. 
New Orleans (La.): First Church, 
J. C. Groth. 
Second and Third Chim^hes, 
Andrew Traeger, 
Perry, Henry Dieta. 
Rocky and Washington. F. Reels. 
Rose Hill, Ferdinnnd Mvmme. 
Waco and Leon, John Pluenneke. 
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Oeu^I UrbofUke, President, and 
Carl ikhfder^ Professor in Blinn 
Memorial College — ^members of 
Brenham Quarterly Conference. 

SAN ANTONIO DISTRICT. 

DAinsL Matthazi, P.£. 

(P. 0.. Semin.) 

Austin, Budolph Brueci. 

Bracken and Cibolo, II, Homburg, 



Fredericksburg, John W, JPfaef- 

Fryburg and Schulenbuig, E. G, 

Draeger, 
Guadaloupe Valley, John Streit. 
Hed wig's Hill and Llano, Henry 

Baipe^ Conrad FlueMke, sup. 
Industry, /. E. Urbantke, 
Paige and Giddings, William A. 

Moera. 
RutersvUle, OUo Euibe, 



San Antonia and Medina, Benrp 

Hoffman. 
Seguinand Gonzales, George Koch^ 

John Kleinknect. 
Victoria, Theodore Havekost 
Yoakum and Shinar, Gustav 

Sohulze. 

Quest. 84. Where Khali the neaet 

Conference be held t 

In Waoo. 



ARKANSAS CONFERENCE, 

Held in Hot SpriiiKS, Ark. , Feb. 6, 1800. 
BISHOP VINCENT, Presiding. D. H. UPCHURCH, Secretary. 



Quest. 1. Who are received by 
Transfer^ and from vhat Con- 
ference^ 
W, H, Williame, from Colorado ; 

Ji. L, Curl^ fn>m Missouri; L, O. 

Crowder^ from Mississippi — 8. 

Quest. 2. Who are AdmUUd on 
Trial r 
Luther J. Covington, Melville 
A. Covington J Owen r. Noble, 
James A. Lewis — 1. 

Quest. 8. Who Remain en Trtdf 
Francis H. £llis (1888), Jesse L. 
Masters (1889), Flavins J. Johnson 
(1889), Wm. H. Brown, Aretus A. 
Hyde, Thomas W. Shipley--6. 

Quest. 4. Who are DieconUnnedf 
Parke C. Money. 

Quest. 5. Who are Admitted into 
FvU Connection f 
Francis M. Hughes, John W. 
Walters, Charles E. Cunningham, 
James J. BeckhanoL James B. 
McLaughlin, John W. Hughes — 6. 

Quest. 6. Who are Ee-admittedf 
None. 

Quest. 7. Who are Received on 

CredeniiaU from other Churcheef 

William 7. McAnaUy, 

Quest. 8. What Traveling Preach- 
ere have been elected Deaounef 
Francis M. Hughes, John W. 
Walters, Charles E. Cunningham, 
James J. Beckham, James B. 
McLaughlin, John W. Hughes — 6. 

Non.— Arthur K. Hvde was elected 
deacon under the misaioDary rule. 

Quest. 9. WTiot Traveling Preach- . 
ere have been ordained Veacone f 
Francis M. Hughes, John W. 
Walters, Charles £. Cunningham, 
James J. Beckham, James B. 
McLaughlin, John W. Hughes— 6. 

Quest. 10. What Local Preachere 

have been elected Deaeone t 

None. 

Quest. 11. What Local Preachere 

have been ordained Deaeone f 

None. 



Quest. 12. Who are the 7 raveling 
Deaeone of the First Close f 
Albert D. Teter (1889), John W. 
Slushor (1889), Gooige P. WiU- 
iums (1888)— «. 

NOTR.— The case of David Keeton 
was rrferred to hit preridina elder for 
iDvettiiratloD. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Traveling 
Deacons of the Second Close f 
George H. Feese, Elbert 8. 
Webb, Kufuft R. Fletcher— 8. 

QuECT. 14. What Travelina Dea- 
cons have been elected Elders f 
William T. Farley, Charles H. 

KirUand, Peter M. BrakebiU— 8. 

Quest. 16. What Traveling Dea- 
cons have been ordainsd Elders f 
William T. Farley, Charles H. 
Kirkland, Peter M. BrakebiU— 8. 

Quest. 16. What Local Deacons 

have been elected Elders f 

None. 

Quest. 17. What Local Deacons 

have been ordained Elderef 

None. 

(^st. 18. Who are the Supernu- 
merary lYeachers f 
J. M. Jackson, Henry Flood, A. 
W. Smith, J. H. Marshall— 4. 

Quest. 19. Who are the Superan- 
nuated Preachere f 
Daniel McDonald. W. F. Bow- 
den, L. C. Obarr— 8. 

Quest. 20. Was the Character of 
each Preacher Examined f 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 

NOTB.— The case of J. 0. Barker was 

referred to his presiding elder for In- 
vesUfatlon. 

Quest. 21. Have any DUdf 
H.T. Newell. 
(See obituary, p. 118.) 

Quest. 22. Have any been Trans- 
ferred ^ and to what Cot^erencef 
Alfred Noon, to Pes Moines; 
W. T. /brd, to Columbia River— 2. 



Quest. 28. Have any Withdrawn f 
None. 

Quest. 24. Have any been Located 
at their own request f 
Henry L. Jones, Hugh Atkin- 
son — 2. 

Quest. 25. Have any been Located f 
None. ^ 

Quest. 26. Have any been permitted 

to Withdraw under Charges f 

None. 

Quest. 27. Have any been Expelled/ 
None. 

Quest. 28. Who are selected for 
Triere of Appeals/ 
L. C. Obarr, W. T. Femley, B. 
D. Jones, J. H. Maddox, D. H. 
Upchurch, J. S. Harris, J. P. 
Lowry — 7. 

QUBST. 29. What U the Statistical 

Report for this Oot^ferenee yeari 

(See tabulated statement, p. 124.) 

Quest. 80. What is the Conference 
Treasurer's Report for thu Con- 
ference year f 
Disciplinary answer not received. 

QUBST. 81. What are the Claims 

Oft the Cotiference Fundf 

$437. 

Quest. 82. What has been Received 
on these Claims^ and how has it 
been Applied f 

M37, 
which has been applied under or- 
der of the douference. 

Quest. 88. Where are the Preach- 
ers Stationed f 

[Theie appointments are all In the State 
of Arkansas.] 

EUREKA SPRINGS DISTRICT. 
W. C. EvAirs, P.E. 
(P. 0.. Uuriaon.) 
Bentonville, W, T Farley, 
Clear Creek, P. M, BrakebiU. 
Eureka Springs, William Buck. 
Green Forest, John W, Walters. 



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ARKANSAS CONFERENCE, 1890. 



Harrison Circuit, James A. Lewis. 
Hood, George P. William!*. 
Marble City, 7. 8. Harris. 
Roger*, O. H. Ca»per, 
Bogers Circuit, H. li. Scagg, 
Saint Paul^ W, J. Ibwtnt. 
Salem Springs, J. //. Marshall, 
Siloam Springs, J. H. Maddox, 
Snowball. Wm. H. Brown. 
Springdalei and W heeler, Elbert 8. 

Webb. 
Sulphur Springs, to be supplied. 
West Fork, to oe suppliecl. 

FORT SMITH DISTRICT. 
D. H. Upchubch, P.E. 
(P. 0.. Atklna.) 
Atkins, to be supplied. 
Belleville, to be supplied. 
Cedarville, to be supplied. 
Center VaIley,Thoma8 W.Shipley. 
Charleston, E. A, Gilbert. 
Chester, to be supplied. 
Cleveland, to be supplied. 
Ellsworth, to bo supplied. 
Fort Smita : £l)ciic2cr, Charles E. 

Cunningham. 

Trinity, ^'. J'. Tedriok. 
Grecnbner, F1aviu(« J. Johnson. 
Hackett City and Greenwood, Ru- 

fus R. Fletcher. 
Huntington and Mansfield, N. D, 

Bnuluar, 
Magazine, Albert D. Teter. 
RusseUvUle, W, J. McAnally. 



Russellville Circuit, Z. 0. Crow- 

dtr. 
Waldron, T. J. Oidton. 

LITTLE ROCK DISTRICT. 

T. B. Ford, P.E. 

(P. 0.. Uttie Rock.) 

Amity, Owen P. Noble. 

Argenta, C. H. Kirhland. 

Beebe and Heber, James J. Beck- 
ham. 

De Witt, Luther J. Covington. 

Hot Springs : First Church, George 
H. Feese. 
Trinity, G. H. Gideon. 

Hot Springs Circuit, to be sup- 
plied. 

Judsonia, Jamen B. McLaughlin. 

Little R.xjk: Ebenezer, O. W. 
Hood. 
Main Street, C. B. Bene. 

Little Rock Circuit, to be sup- 
plied. 

Stuttgart, B. D. Jon«$. 

Teiarkana, W, U. WilUams. 

G. W. GraUf Assistant Secretary 
Freedmen^s Aid and Southern 
Education Society— member of 
Main Street, Little Rook, Quar- 
terly Conference. 

Jf. L. Curl, President of Little Rock 
University — member of Main 
Street, Little Rook, Quarteriy 
Conference. 



LtRoy Bate*, Professor in Little 
Rock University — member of 
Aigenta Quarterly Conference. 

MAMMOTH SPRINGS DIST. 

A. J. Taylor, P.E. 

(P. O.t Monmouth Springs.) 

Curia, John W. Hughes. 

Iron Mountain Mission, Melville 

A. Covington. 
Knoble and Coming, S. W. 

Gamble. 
Mammoth Springs and Black Book« 

to be supplied. 
Mountain Home, J. P. Lowry. 
Oxford, John W. Slusher. 
Polk Bnyou, W, F, Wood. 
Ravenden Springs, Jesse L. Maa- 

ters. 
Wild Cherry, Francis M. Hughes. 
J, M. WaXbwn^ Missionary in In- 

diaa Territory. 
Aretus A. Hyde, Missionary in 

New Mexieo. 
G. E, Cunningham and Francis H. 

Ellis, left without appointments 

to attend some one of our 

schools. 



QuxsT. $4. Where shall (he next 
Conference be held f 

In Trinity, Fort Smith. 



AFRICA CONFERENCE, 

Held In Robertsport, Jan. 9.13, 1890. 



BISHOP TAYLOR, Presiding. 



JAMES H. DEPUTIE, Secretary, 



QuRST. 1. Who are received by 
Transfer^ and from what Con- 
ference f 
Lancaster C. Burling, from De* 

Moines. 

QuBST. 2. Who am Admitted on 
Trial! 
I. N. Holder. A. Orthlip, J. B. 
Robinson, K. V. Eohman — 4. 

Quest. 8. Who Remain on Trial f 
J. W. Bonner, J. D. A. Soott, 
J. E. Clarke, B. J. Turner, P. E. 
Walker, C. B. McLain— 6. 

QuxsT. 4. Who are Discontinued f 
A. L. Sims, W. Arringdale, 
Charles Laffin— 8. 

Quest. 5. Who are Admitted iato 

Full Connection f 

R. Boyce. 

NoTt.-L. B. Walker, W. Q. While, 
and W. KMnnoBsen to be admitted Into 
tan connection when the dlsciplinair 
questions are asked and s«tisfactorfly 
answered. The bishop to aak the qnes- 
tlons when he visits their field of labor. 

Quest. 6. Who are Be- Admitted/ 
None. 

Quest. 7. Who are Received on 

Vredentialsfrom other Churches/ 

None. 



Quest. 8. What Traveling Preach- 
ers have been Elected Beacons t 
R. Boyce, A. Orthlip, J. R. 

Robinson, K. V. Echnuin, L. B. 

Walker, W. O. White, W. Raas- 

mussen —7. 

Quest. 9. What Tra»Aing Preach- 
ers have been ordained JJeaoons / 
R. Boyce. 

NoTB.— The bishop stated that be or- 
dRlned to the office of deacons C. M. 
McLiCAn jind W. P. Dodson, they having 
b«vn elected two years ago. 

Quest. 10. What Local Preachers 
have been elected Deaoonst 
J. E. Miller, A. Redd, F. C. 
Freeman, C. W. Houston— -4. 

Quest. 11. What Local Preachers 

have been ordained Deacons / 

F. C. Freeman. 

Quest. 12. Who are the Travding 

Deacons of the First Class? 

James C. Tt;ter. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Traveling 
Deacons of the Second Class f 
J. W. Draper, C. W. Gordon, 

W. H. Mead, W. P. Dodson-4. 



Quest. 14. What Traveling Deo- 
eons have been elected Elaers t 
F. C. Holdemess, A. H. Watson, 

James C. Teteiv-S. 

Quest. 15. WhaJt Travelina Dea- 
cons have been ordained Elders t 
F. C. Holdemess, A. H. Wat- 
son— 2. 

Qtrm. 16. Whal Local Deacons 
htm been elected Elders! 
J. N. Loberte, C. W. Cole, F. 
A. Overton, A. Morgan— 4. 

QuEffT. 17. What Local Deacons 

have been ordained Elders! 

F. A. Overton. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Supemu' 
merary Preachers! 
W. P. Kennedy, 8r., J. P. 
Artis— 2. 

Quest. 19. Who are the Superan^ 

nitated Preachers! 

None. 

Quest. 20. Was the Character of 
each Preacher Examined t 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 

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23 



i^inBflT. SI. Ua»e mty DUdr 
J. W. Early, H. B. Capeheiut— «. 
(See obitiuuios, p. 119.) 

'Quest. 22. Houh any been TroM- 

ferrsd, and to what Vot^ertnemf 

C. A. RatoUff, to Maine. 

QuxsT. 28. HanMimy Withdrawn f 
None. 

QuBST. 24. HaM any bun Located 

at ihnr own rtqvest f 

a M. McLean. 

Quest. 25. iToM any 6«Mi Loeated / 
None. 

QuB0T. 26i. Hat€€myb««np€nmtUd 

to Withdraw under ChargtMf 

None. 

Quest. 27. Haute aa^ hem SxfMed f 
B. K. McKeever. 

Quest. 28. Who are eeleeted for 

Triers of Appealer 

None. 

QUBST. 29. What ie the StatieUeal 

Report for thie Conference yeart 

(See tabulated statement, p. 2S4.) 

Quest. 80. What are the Claiene 

on the Conference Fundf 

Not answered. 

Quest. 81. What hoe hem Heeehed 
on theee CUdnu^ and how ha* it 
been Applied F 

$364, 

which has been applied under 

order of the Conrerence. 

N0Ti.~Thlf amonat was MOt for the 
last Conference, bat reacbsd too late for 
the ■eei l on. 



Quest. 82. WTiere are the Preach- 

ere Stationed f 

[Theae appointments are all In AfHoa.j 

MONROVIA DISTRICT. 

C. A. PnTMAK, P.E. 

(P.O., .) 

Ghee Uronff, to be supplied. 
JohnsouTille. to be supplied. 
Marshall, to be supplied. 
Monrovia, W, T. Ragan, 
New Oeorf^ A, H. Walton, 
Pavneville, 6. A, Pitman, 
Robertsport, to be supplied. 
Vey Miiwion, D. Ware, 

ST. PAUL'S RIVER DISTRICT. 
W. T. IIaoah, P.E. 

(P. 0.. .) 

Arthington, C. B. MoLain. 
Brown Station, R. Boyoe, W. P, 

Kennedy, Sr.^ sup. 
Caldwell, Virginia, and Brewer- 

ville, r. C, Jdoldemeee, J. D. A. 

Scott, Assistant. 
Careysburgand Benson ville, T. A. 

Sims, I. N. Holder, Aswistant. 
Clay Ashland, J, W, Cooper. 
MUlsbury and White Rains, Q, 

W,Birker. 

BA88A DISTRICT. 

James H. Deputie, P.E. 

(P. O., .) 

Bexly, to be supplied. 
Carterstown, to Be supplied. 
Edina, to be supplied. 
Farmington, to be supplied. 
Oibbonm, to be supplied. 
Lower Buchanan, to be supplied. 
Mount Olive Mission Station, J, H, 

DeputU, J, P. ArtU, 
Paynesbury, £. L, BruneHne. 
Upper Buonanan, to be supplied. 



CAPE PALMAS AND CAVAL- 

LA RIVER DISTRICT. 

B. F. Kephabt, P.E. 

(P. Om .) 

Barrahy, William Warner. 



Qarrauav, to be supplied. 
Orand S^, J. B. Robinson. 
Mount Scott and Tubmantown, B. 

F, Kephart, 
Picanniny Sess, to be supplied. 
Pleeba, to be supplied. 
Pluhy Miftsion, to be supplied. 
Sass Town. K. V. Echman. 
Tatahe, to oe supplied. 

CONGO DISTRICT. 

, P.E. 

(P.O., .) 

Twangular, W. Rassmussen. 
Kimpoko, L. B. Walker. 
Luluaburg, to be supplied* 
Natombe, to be supplied. 
Mamby, to be supplied. 
Vivi, J. C. Teter, W. A. White. 

ANGOLO DISTRICT. 

A. E. WlTHET, P.E. 

(P.O.. ,) 

Dondo, to be supplied. 

Malanffe, Samuel J. Mead, W. H. 

Nanguepeppo, to be supplied. 
Pungo Andongo, A. JS, Withey^ 

C, W. Gordon. 
St. Paul de Loando, W. P. Dodsoo, 

Lancaster C. Burling. 

Quest. 88. Where ehaU the next 

Cot\ferenee be held t 

In Virginia. 



MEXICO CONFERENCE, 

Held in Mexico, Jan. 16-30, 1890. 



BISHOP MALLALIEU, Presiding, 



S. P. CRAVER, Secretary. 



Quest, i. Who are Beceieed by 
Trmuffer^ and from what Conr 
ferenceef 

Wm. E. McLennan, ftom North- 
west Indiana. 

Quest. 2. Who arc Admitted on 
Trialf 

Melchor Linares (1888), Galdino 
Gutierrez (1889), Lucas G. Alonno, 
Manuel M. Perez, V'ictoriano D. 
Baez, Juan Patino — 6. 

Quest. 8. Wfto Remain oti Trial f 
Doroteo Garcin, Jos^ Rumbia, 
Abelardo Rivero, Domingo Ro- 
mero— 4. 

Quest. 4. Who are JHeeontimicdf 
Fidendo Anguiano. 

Quest. 5. Who are Admitted into 

FftU CoMicetionf 
Fascual V. E^iooza, Everardo 



Caitillo, Frank D. Tubbs, Harry 
G. Limerio-4. 

Quest. 6. Who eare Re-admUiedf 
None. 

Quest. 7. Who are Received on 

Cf-edetdudefroni other Churches f 

None. 

Quest. 8. What Traveling Preach- 
era have been elected Deacone f 
P. V. E«^pinoza, E. Castillo— 2. 

Quest. 9. What Tratfding Preach- 
ern have been ordained Ueaeonef 
P. V. Espinoza, E. Castillo— 2. 

Quest. 10. What Local Preachers 

have been elected Deaoonef 

None. 

Quest. 11. What Local Preachers 

have been ordained Deacons f 

None. 



Quest. 12. Who are the Traveling 
Deacons <^'the F\rst Class f 
Jos^ Chavez. Wm. E. McLen- 
nan, Pasoual Y. Espinoza, Ever- 
ardo Castillo, Frank D. Tubbs, 
Harry G. Limerio— 6. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Traveling 
Deacone of the Second Clastf f 
Severe I. Lopez, Plutaroo Ber- 
nal, Manuel Fernandez— 8. 

Quest. 14. What Traveling Dea- 

C09if have been dectcd Elaersf 

None. 

NoTB.— Wm. E. McLennan wii elected 
elder under the miailonarT rule. 

Quest. 15. What Traveling Dea^ 

cons have been ordained Elders ? 

None. 

Non.^Wm. E. McLennan was or- 
ilNlned elder under the muslonary 
mle. 
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Q0E8T. 16. What Local Deacons 

hav€ been elected Elders f 

None. 

QuxsT. 17. What Local Deacon* 

have been ordained Elders t 

None. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Supemu- 
merary Preachers f 

None. 

QuiAT. 19. Who are the Superan' 

nuated Preachers f 

None. 

QuisT. 20. WoM the Character of 
eofih Pi-eacher Examittedf 
This wfu» strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 

Quest. 21. Have any Died? 
Simon Loza. 
(See obituary, p. 115.) 

Quest. 22. Have any been Trans- 
ferred, and to what Got^erenetsf 
AWnon W. Oreenman^ to North- 
west Indiana ; W. P. F. Feii^^usou, 
to New York— 2. 

Quest. 28. Ham any Withdrawn f 

None. 

Quest. 24. Ham any been JjOccUed 

at their own request f 

None. 

Quest. 25. Hate any been Located^ 
None. 

Quest. 26. Have cmy been permitted 

to Withdraw under Charges f 

None. 

Quest. 27. Have any beenJCxpetledf 
None. 

Quest. 28. Who are seteetedfor 

Triers of Appeals f 

None. 



Quest. 29. n'hnt U the Statistical 

Report for this Conference yearf 

(See tabulated statement, p. 138.) 

Quest. 80. What are the Claims 

en tfte Coftferettee Fundf 

Not answered. 

Quest. 81. What has been Received 
on these (Tlaims^ and how has U 
beeti Applied f 

Not answered. 

Quest. 82. Where are the Preach- 
ers Statumedf 
[These appointments are all in Mexico.] 
CENTKAL DISTRICT. 
J. W. Butler, P.E. 
(P. 0.. Box 991i au or Mexico.) 
Ayapaugo, to be supplied. 
Mexico City and Ixtaoaloo, C, A. 

Oamboa. 
Mexico City : English Mission, W. 

E, McLennan, 
Miraflores. Abundit Tovar^ one to 

be supplied. 
Pachuca. J. M, Eurosa, 

English Church and Circuit, O, 
R Hyde, 
San Vicente, Lucas G. Alanso. 
Tezontepec, B. N. Velasco. 
Tulancingo, P. V. Esplnoza. 
Zacualtipan, to be supplied. 
S, PP. ^45«rf«, Editor of Books and 

of El Abogado Christiana lUus* 

trado, 
C. A, Oamboa^ Assistant Editor of 
' El Abogado Christiana lUus- 

trado, 
J, W, Butler^ Publishing Agent 

COAST DISTRICT. 

William Greek, P.E. 

(P. 0.. Puebla.) 

Cardoba. Domingo Romero. 

OaXACo« Jos6 Chavez, two to be sup< 

plied. 



Orizaba, P. F. Vald^rama, 

San Andreas Tuxtla, Jose Rum- 

bia. 
Tehuacan, to be supplied. 
Tetela de Ocampo, Manuel Fer> 

nandez. 
Tczuitlan, to be supplied. 
Tuxpan, to be supplied. 
Xochiapuloo. L, R Salmans^ one 

to be supplied. 

NORTHERN DISTRICT. 

S. W. SiBERTS, P.E. 
(P. 0.. Box 291, Cttj of Mexico.) 
Celaya, S. I. Lopez. 
Cortazar, Everarao Castillo. 
Cueramero, Juan Patiiio. 
Guaniguato, L. C. Smithy Doioteo 

Garcia, one to be supplied. 
Queretaro, Manuel M. Perez. 
Salamanca and Valle de Santiago, 

Abelardo Rivero. 
San Juan del Rio, M. Linares. 

PUEBLA DISTRICT. 

8. P. Crater, P.E. 

(P. 0.. Puebla.) 

Apizaoo, V.*D. Baez. 

Atlixoo, to be supplied. 

Atzala, to be supplied. 

Cholula, to be supplied. 

Puebla, F. D. Tubbs, Plutarca 
Bernal. 

Tlaxcala, to be supplied. 

8, P. Craver^ President ot the 
Theological Seminary and Pre- 
paratory School at Puebla. 

F. D. Tubbs and H. G. Limeric^ 
Professors in the Theolo>r- 
ical Seminary and Preparatory 
School at Puebla — members 
of the Puebla Quarterly Con- 
ference. 

Quest. 88. Where shall the next 

Coftference be heldf 

In Pachuca. 



WEST TEXAS CONFERENCE, 

Held iD SaD Antonia, Tex*, Feb. e-lO, 1890. 



BISHOP WALDEN, Presiding. 



J. T. GIBBONS, Secretary. 



QUB8T. I. Who are Received by 
IVansfer^ and from what Con- 
fereneesf 

None. 

Quest. 2. Who are Admitted on 
Triair 
George A. Shanklin (1889), John 
H. Swan (1889), Alfk^ Dickerson 
—8. 

Quest. 8. Who Rgmain on Trial f 

Peter Grant (1889), Johnson 
Wormley (1889)— 2. 

Quest. 4. Wu> are Discontinued f 
None. 

Quest. 6. Who are Admitted into 
^11 Connection f 
David C. Lacey, George W. 



Brothers, Benjamin F. WhitUker 
—8. 

Quest. 6. Wto are Re-admitted f 

None. 

Quest. 7. Wlio are Received on 
Credentials fi'otn other Churches f 
Elbert Ford and Jacob H. Per- 
nell, fVom African Methodist Epis- 
copal Church; Philip Bennett^ 
from Missionary Baptbt Church 
—8. 

Quest. 8. What Travelinff Preach- 
ers have been elected Deacons f 
None. 

Quest. 9. What Travdirw Ih-eaeh- 
ers have bt^n ordained Deacons f 

None. 



Quest. 10. What Tjocal IVeaehere 

have beett elected Deacons f 

John U. Swan. 

Quest. 11. Wliat Local Preachers 

have bun ordained Deacotisf 

John H. Swan. 

Quest. 12. Who are the Traveling 
Deacons <^ the First Class t 
Ephraim Jones (1889), Jamea 
Brawley (1889)— 2. 

Quest. 18. Who em the Travdin^ 
Deacons of V^e Second Class f 
William Reed, Joseph H. Hol- 
den (1889), Reese P. Brown.(1889), 
Green Bragner (1889). Houston 
Harris (1889), Prince Wilson (1889> 
—ft. 

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Quest. 14. Wh<a Travdinq Dta- 
oont have been tUded Elaersf 
Solomon Scruggs. Richard Alon- 
so, Alfred BrowD, Monroe C. Ca- 
venas, JefTerson buell, Lee Reed, 
William Stevens, John J. Collins, 
Robert H. Ponton— 9. 

QUBST. 15. What Travtlina Dm- 
eons hcttte b€4n ordained Elieraf 
Solomon Scruggs, Richard Alon- 
2«S Alfi^ Brown. Monroe C. Ca- 
venas, JeflSsnon cuell, Lee Reed, 
William Stevens, John J. Collins, 
Robert H. Ponton— 9. 

QVBST. 18. Whai Local Deacons 

have been elected Elders f 

None. 

QUBST. 17. What Local Deawnt 

have been ordahted Elders f 

None. 

QCJBST. 18. Who are the Supemu- 

merary Preachers f 

Isaiah Clayton, Charles Scruggs, 

Prince Wilson, George Sawyer, 

Merritt Anderson, E. E. Cooper 



QUBBT. 19. Who are the Sttperan' 
fwated Preachers f 
London Morris, Robert Dukes, 
Nathan Caswell, Daniel Harper, 
Anderson Brack, Oabnel Wil^n, 
Toney August, Willis Graves, Pe- 
ter Johnson— 9. 

QuxsT. 20. Was the Character oj 
eachPreacher Examined f 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preaeher was called 
in open Conference. 

NOTS.~Tbe csHe of Thoroti Watkhis 
waa referred to the preskUoi elder for 
tovetUgatton. 

QuBST. 21. Have any Died f 
None. 

QuBST. 22. Have any been TVofU- 

ferred^ and to what Vonferenaes / 

Aaron Neely, to Texas. 

QlTBar. 28. Eave any Withdrawn f 
None. 

QusST. 24. Have any been Located 
at their own request f 
Primus V. Crawford, Daniel 
Humphries, Houston Harris— 8. 

QuiST. 25. Have any been Located f 

None. 
QuBST. 26. Have any beenpermiUed 
to Withdraw under Charges or 
Complaints t 

None. 



Quest. 27. Haveany been Espied f 
Jesse Jones. 

QuBST. 28. Who are ttdeeted for 
Triers qf Appeals f 
Emanuel Henderson, C. L. Mad- 
ison, P. M. Carmichael, Samuel 
Gates, AuHtin Lookhart, G. W. 
Townsend— 6. 

Quest. 29. What is the StaUetical 
Report for this Conference yearf 

(See tabulated statement, p. 148.) 

Quest. 80. What is the Conference 
Treasurer's Report for thts Con- 
ference yearf 
IHscipUnary answer not received. 

Quest. 81. What are the Claims 

on the Conference Fundf 

•739 50. 

Quest. 82. What has been Received 
on these Claims^ and how has it 
been Applied f 

•739 50, 

which has been applied under 

order of the Conference. 

Quest. 88. Where are the Preach- 
ers Stationed f 

[These appointmenti are all la the Stale 

of Texas.] 

AUSTIN DISTRICT. 

Maoe Hevson, P.E. 

(P. 0. Anstin.) 

Austin : Simpson and Burdes, R 
F.SmUJi 

Wesley Chapel, P, M, Carmi- 
chael. 
Austin Circuit, Christopher Young. 
Bastrop and SmithviUe, Charles 

Hart. 
Belton and Temple, A. R. Norris. 
Burnet and Lampassas, G. A. 

Shanklin. 
Calvert and Mount Zion, A. 2i, 

Mason. 
Cedar Creek, to be supplied. 
Davilla, R. P. Brown. 
Georgetown and Taylor, Richard 

Alonzo. 
Giddings. Austin Lockhart, 
Manor, R. H. Bmton. 
Maysfield and Port Sullivan, J. H. 

Swan. 
Winchester and West Point, Will- 
iam Reed. 

COLUMBUS DISTRICT. 

W. H. Davis, P.E. 

(P. 0.« Ooliiinbaa.> 

Alleytown and Tolland, James 

Brawley. 



Columbus, Lebom Smith. 
Columbus Circuit, Washington 

Goodwin. 
Eagle Lake and Wharton, O. W. 

IZwiisend. 
Edna, Isaac Smith. 
EUinger and Industry, J. H. 

Holdon. 
Fanin, J. H. Pemell. 
Hallettsville, ^7»ant<«Z Henderson. 
La Grange, Lee Reed. 
La Grange Circuit, Primus Gates. 
Oakland, G. W. Brothers. 
Sublime, Enoch CoggsweU, 
Victoria, Hoses Smith. 
Weimar and Schulenberg, Peter 

Gant. 

SAN ANTONIO DISTRICT. 

Harry Swan, P.E. 

(P. 0« San Antonio.) 

Belmont, Ephraim Jones. 

Boeme, to be supplied. 

Cuero, 8. W. Harvev. 

Floresville, James GUmore. 

Goliad, Beeville, and Corpus 
Christi, M. C. Cavenos. 

Gonzales, Johnson Wormle^. 

Gonzales Circuit, /. J. CoUins. 

Hondo, W. H. Mosbev. 

Lavemiaand Mount Pleasant, Al- 
fred Brown. 

Lockhart and San Marcos, W. H 
Stevens. 

Luling, John Brawley. 

PleasantoUj Alfred Dickersou. 

San Antomo, C. L. Madison, 

Seguin, J. T. Jacobs. 

Waelder and Flatonio, Green Brag- 
ner. 

WACO DISTRICT. 

Andrew Foster, P.E. 

(P. 0., Waco.) 

Bremond and Long Branch, Sam- 
uel Gates, 

Corsicana and Dawson, to be sup- 
plied. 

Dallas and Lancaster, A. Jackson, 

Denison and Shennan, C. P. West- 
brook. 

Fort Worth and Willis Chapel, D. 
C. Lacey. 

Groesbeck, Elbert Ford. 

Hubbard City, J^erson Buell, 

Marlin and Bowman Church, W, 
J. MitcheU, 

Marlin CxrcmlyOranville Norman, 

Mexia, Philip Bennett. 

MiUord and Italy, J. A. HaU. 

Waco : Saint James, J, T.- Gibbons, 
Mission, B. F. Whittoker. 

Waco Circuit, Solomon Scruggs, 

Quest. 84. Whe^-e shall the naX 

Cofiferenee be hdd t 

In Waco. 



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LITTLE ROCK CONFERENCE, 1890. 



LITTLE ROCK CONFERENCE, 

Heid in Fort Smith, Ark., Feb. 13, 1890. 



BISHOP VINCENT, Presiding. 



THOMAS MASON, Secretaty. 



QcE8T. 1. Who art Beceived hy 
Tranfftr^ ai\d from %BhaX Cwi- 

fertnces/ 

J. P. Cahin. fVom Louisiana; 
Thomas E. Hollyman, probationer 
of first your, and Samuel Walton, 
probationer of first year, fh>m 
Texas—S. 

QcKST. 2. Who are Admitted on 
Trialt 
Thomas R. Womblo, Monroe N. 
LangHton. John H. Cox, Philip 
Owens, Henry P. Strong, Henry 
B. Roseman, John G. Walker, 
John A. Henry — 8. 

Quest. 8. Who Remain on Trial F 
Joseph C. Sherrell, Silai* McDon- 
ald, June Lemons (1889), WiUiani 
B. Clark (1889), Samuel J. John- 
won (1889), Isaiah C. Crowley 
(1889), George W. Thompson 
(1888)— r. 

Qusar. 4. Who an Discontinued f 
Benjamin J. Thornton, Samuel 
J. Brown, Burrill White, Henry 
L. Clark, Albert Haynes, Thomas 
£. HoUyman, Samuel Walton, 
Charles £. Owen»— 8. 

Quest. 5. Who are Admitted into 
FuU Connection f 
Harry W. Walton, Henry N. 
KenfVo, Jesse J. Hewlett, Jonn F. 
Eiohmond — 4. 

Quest. 6. Who are Be-^tdmitted r 
None. 

Quest. 7. Who are Received on 

Credentials from other Ckurchmt 

None. 

Quest. 8. What Traveling Preach- 
ers hwie been elected Dwconsf 
John F. Biohmond, Jesse J. 

Hewlett-2. 

Quest. 9. What Travelina Preach- 
ers have been ordained Deacons f 
John F. Kichmond, Jesse J. 
Hewlett— 2. 

Quest. 10. What Local Preachers 

have bten elected Deacons f 

None. 

Quest. 11. Wlmi l/tcal Preachers 

have been ordained Deacons / 

None, 

Quest. 12. Who are the DraveUng 
Deacons of the First Class f 
John F. Richmond, Jesse J. 
Hewlett, Henry P. Coulter (1888), 
Alexander Hardaman (1888),W111- 
iam M. Fuller (1888), Albert L. 
Tate (1S88)— 6. 



Quest. 18. Who ore the Travelifig 

Deacons qf the Second Class f 

Simon M. Stokes (1889). 

Quest. 14. What Traveling Dee^ 
cans have been elected Elders f 
James W. Jackson, James £. 

Toombs, £dward Spencer — 8. 

Quest. 15. What Travelhw Dea- 
cons have been ordaitud Elders f 
James W. Jackson, James £. 

Toombs, £dward Spencer— 8. 

Quest. 16. What Local Deacons 

have been elected Elders f 

None. 

Quest. 17. What Local Dtaeons 

have been ordained Elders f 

None. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Sypemu- 
merary preachers f 
Albert L. Tate, William M. 
Fuller— 2. 

Quest. 19. Who are the Si^Mran- 

nvaied Preachers f 

£lza Roberto. 

Quest. 90. Was the Character of 
each Preacher ExanUned t 

This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 

Non.~The ease of J. L. Msisey wai 
referred to the presldhit elder of the 
Little Rock Dimrict, and that nf Foster 
Wallace referred to the prettdlni elder 
of Forest City District for htTestiga- 
tlon. 

Quest. 21. Bave any Diedf 

John R. Frazier, Henry MoDon- 
ald-«. 

(See obituaries, p. 94.) 

Quest. 22. Have amy been Trctns- 

ferred^ and to wJuU Conferences f 

None. 

Quest. 28. ffaveany WVhdraienf 
A. L. Richardson. 

Quest. 24. Have any been Located 

at their omi retpiest t 

Solomon B. Witherspoon. 

Quest. 25. Have any been Located f 
Peter Humphrey. 

Quest. 26. Have any beenpermiUed 
to Withdraw under charges or 
Complaints f 

None. 

Quest. 27. Have any been ExpeUed^ 
None. 



Quest. 28. Who are selected for 
Triers qf Appeals f 
G. W. Lacy, W. H. Hifflrins, 
W. R. R. Duncan, A. J. Pmips, 
C. W. Baber, A. J. Fletcher, W. 
H. Morris— 7. 

Quest. 29. What is the Statistieal 
Report far this Conference year/ 
(See tabulated statement, p. 186.) 

QUBST. 80. What is the Conferenoe 
Treasurer's RepoHfor this Con- 
ference year f 
Disdplinaiy answer not received. 

Quest. 81. What are the Claims 

on ike Conference Fund t 

$347 60. 

Quest. 82. Whai has been Received 
on thene Claims, and how has it 
been Applied F 

•367 60, 

which has been applied under 

order of the Conierenoe. 

Quest. 88. Where are the Preach- 
ers SUUianedf 

[Tbese appolntineDts are all In the State 
of Arkansas.] 

F0R£8T CITY DISTRICT. 

W. R. R. DuKCAK, P.E. 

(P. 0.. Uttte Rock.) 

Askew, to be supplied. 

Batesville, Thomas R. Wamble. 

Batesville Circuit, Thomas J. 

Thompson. 
Blsdso, Harry W. Walton. 
Brinkley, to be supplied. 
Clarendon and Bnnkley, Henry W. 

Renfro. 
Cotton Plant, W. H. Biggins. 
Crawfbrdsville, to be supplied. 
Forest City, John F. Richmond. 
Forest City Circuit. June LemonB. 
Jacksonport, J, H Morris, 
Jonesborouffh. James H. Cox. 
Mariana, C, A. Taylor. 
Marvell, to be supplied. 
MoCrary, to be sunplied. 
Newport, Monroe N. Langston. 
Oak Forest, Q, W. Tmlor. 
Osceola, to be supplied. 
Palestine, to be supplied. 
Walnut Kidge, to be supplied. 

LITTLR ROCK DISTRICT. 
W. H. Crawford, P.£. 
(P. 0.. LItUe Rock.) 
Alexandria, to be supplied. 
Art^ntu, Silas McDowell. 
Conway, Wesley J. Cunningham. 
Fayetteville, «/. E. Toombs. 
Fayetieville Circuit, i/: 8. Eitchens. 
Fort Smith, J, P. Franklin. 
Little Rock: Simpson Chapel, to 
,. be supplied. 

^'osley Chapel, A. J. Fletcher. 
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Little Rock Circuit, Joseph C. 
SherreU. 

Lonoke and Carlisle, B, J. 
Griffin. 

Morrillton, Seih Xeal. 

Penyville, to be supplied. 

Plummersville, Simou M. Stokes. 

Rich wood (P. 0.« Lonoke), Josso J. 
Hewlett 

^olgohachee, to be snpplied. 

Van Buren, J. W. Jae/cMn, 

Thomof Maaon, President Philan- 
der Smith College — member of 
Wesley Chapel, Little Rock, 
i^uarterly Conference. 

PINE BLUFF DISTRICT. 
G. W. Lacy, P.E. 
(P. 0., Pine BlalL) 
Beardon, to he supplied. 
Dermot, Isaiah C. (Jrowley. 



Dexter, George W. Davis. 
Fordyce, Lewis Conway. 



Lanark, to be f<uppliea. 

Montioello, to be supplied. 

New Ediuburg, John G. Walker. 

New Gascony, Henry P. Coul- 
ter. 

Noble Lake, to be supplied. 

Pine Bluff, A. J. PhUlim. 

Poplar Bluff, to be supplied. 

Rison, to be supplied. 

Saint Francis, Balaam White. 

Sweet Home, Henrv Roseman. 

Tillar and Bartholomew, Charles 
G. Brooks. 

Vamer, Alexander Hardaman. 

Wabbaseka and Altheimer, Philip 
Owens. 

Warren, T. H, Bannat. 



TBXARKANA DISTRICT. 
G. N. Johnson. P.E. 
(P. 0.. Texarkana.) 
Arkadelphia. James M. Aerhart. 
Camden, to be supplied. 
Center Point, if. d Punlap. 
Fulton, G, FT. Saber. 
Gurdon, M. H. Fatter. 
Hope, to bo supplied. 
Hot Springs, W. 0. Emory. 
Lewisville, David Shdby. 
Locksburg, Samuel J. Johnson. 
Magnolia, John A. Henry. 
Prescott, to be nupplied. 
Texarkima, J. P. Calvtn. 
Texarkana Circuit, Wra. B. Clark. 
Walnut Hill, Geo. W. Thompson. 
Washington, to be supplied. 

QussT. 84. Where shall the next 

Conference be held f 

In Texaricana. 



MISSISSIPPI CONFERENCE, 

Held in Ticksbnrg, IHiM., Jan. 32.27, 1890. 



BISHOP VINCENT, Presiding. 



J. M. SHUMPERT, Secretary. 



tWora.— Under aathoritj of f 551.1 tl, 
Dtodpllne nf it^ the MiMlaippl Con* 
ferenee« with the oononrrence of the 
biihop oresidlnir. ordeitfd that« at the 
doM of the seMion. the Conference he 
dirlded Into the Mlu iaslppi and the Up- 
per MlaiStiippi Confereneet. Tbeniiniee 
of the preacher* who, npon thh division, 
become merobere orbrohatloners In the 
Upper MInifelppI Conference will be 
foiuid entered under the appropriate 
^ in the Mlnatet of this Con- 



ooesUoM 1 
ferenea.j 



QUBST. 1. Who are Jfeeeived by 
Tranufer^ and from what dm- 
Jeirweeif 

None. 

QUBST. 2. Who are Admitted on 
Triair 
John C. Kibbler, John H. Ev- 
erett— 2. 

QuvST. 8. Who Remain on Trial f 
James M. Thompeon. Loirui C. 
MoClendon, George U. Harvey, 
fianford D. Troupe, Albert B. 
Lo«n, Frank G. Wilbon, Mack 
MoEwen, Lewis W. Somerville 
(1S89), Kichard Boberts (1889), 
John Mayo (1889), David Bay 
0889), Jacob Staokhouse (1889), 
Wm. H. Golden (1889), Harris T. 
Hampton (1889). Augustus Quinn 
(1889), Simon C. Corprew (1889), 
Henry A. Robinson (1889,) Elias 
Troupe (1889), Bobert B. Isom 
Q889), Bobert B. Anderson (1889), 
Wm. K. Harrington (1888), John 
McAllister (1888)— 22. 

QiTBST. 4. Who are Dincontinnedf 
George W. Porter, £dward E. 
Bensaw, Anthony Frazier, Morgan 
B. Bell, James G. Davis, George 
W. BardweU— 6. 

QussT. 5. Who are Admitted into 
Fall OotittectiotiF 
John L. Wilson, Jesse W. Win- 
bush, Molvin Cooper, Lewis W. 



Mosley, Wm. 8. Leake, Wm. Bell, 
Isaiah S. Thomas, Israel C. Suck- 
er, Hannibal B. Gladney, Wm. E. 
Mask, Bobert P. Ewing, Daniel L. 
Tubb8-12. 

QuiST. 6. Who are Re-admiUedf 
None. 

QuBST. 7. Who are Beceived on 

OredentialeJ^rom other Ohureheef 

None. 

QuBST. 8. W hat Travelinff Breach- 

ere have beeti elected Deacons f 

None. 

QuBST. 9. What Traveling I^weh- 

ere have been ordained Deaconef 

None. 

QUBST. 10. What Local Pi-eachert 

have been elected Deacons f 

John C. Hibbler. 

Quest. 11. What Local Preachers 

have been ordained Deacons f 

John C. Hibbler. 

QUUT. 12. Who are the Traveling 
Deacons of the First Class ^ 
Frederick H. Bunton, James M. 
Walton, Duncan P. Shaw (1889), 
Andrew Reid (1889), Chnrlea H. 
Johnson (1889), Pleasant W. Bald- 
win (1889), Andrew J. McNair 
(1889), Walter H. Soott (1889\ 
Isaiah W. Davis (1888), Peter H. 
Hill (1888), Robert Hays (1888), 
Simpson Joasell (1888)— 12. 

Quest. 18. Who are the TSraneling 
Deacons qf the iSecond Class f 
Richard P. Threlkeld, WiUiam 

MoMorris, Peter F. Robinson, 

Orange H. Flowers, Gilbert F. 

Leatherwood,* James K. Comfort, 
* Four years* course of study com* 

pleted. 



James Jordan (1889), Jones B. 
Blewett (1889), Mandy B. Sykes 
(1889) t-9. 

. t Referred to the preildloi elder for 
inveitlgatlon. 

Quest. 14. WhtU Travding Dea- 
cons ham been deoted Elders f 
Charles W. Walton, Samuel 
Gibson, Donaldson Green, Alex- 
ander G. Houston, Horace A. 
Johnson, Alexander S. Williams. 
Buford F. Wolfolk, Noah H. 
Williams, James K. Comfort*— 9. 
* Elected bat not ordained. 

Quest. 16. What Traveling Dea- 
cons have been ordaifted Elders f 
Charles W. Walton, Samuel 
Gibson, Donaldson Green, Alex- 
ander G. Houston, Horace A. 
Johnson, Alexander S. WilliamB, 
Buford F. Wolfolk, Noah H. 
Williams— 8. 

Quest. 16. Whnt Local Deacons 

have been elected Elders f 

None. 

Quest. 17. What Local Deacons 
have been ordained Elders f 

None. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Supemu- 
merary Preachers i 
Bartlett Bailey, Granville Shan- 
non, C. M. White. Cosmer Stew- 
ard, Isaiah W. Davis, James Dray- 
den— tf. 

Quest. 19. Who are the Snperan- 
nuated Preachers t 
Thomas Brown, James Ellis, 
John Eanes, Miles Proctor, Wesley 
Jones, W. A. Dorsey, C. E. Gates, 
Gilford Carr, D. W. Calvert, Hen- 



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Quest. 20. Was the Character of 
each Pi'eacher Extmiined ^ 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 

QyEST. 21. Have any Died? 
D. A. Williams. 
(See obituary, p. 94.) 

Quest. 22. ffaoe any been Trans- 
/erred, and to what Cm^erencesf 
L. O. Oroufder^ to Arkansas 
Conference. 

Quest. 28. //ave any WitJidrawu t 
None. 

Quest. 24. Ham any been Located 

at their own requests 

None. 

Quest. 25. Have any been Located f 
None. 

Quest. 26. Have any been permitted 
to Withdraw under Charges or 
Complaints f 

None. 

Quest. 27. Ha»e any been ExptUedf 
Manro J. Jackson. 

Quest. 28. Who are sdected for 
Triers of AppeaU f 
Mississippi Conference: J. M. 
Shumpert, Joseph Campbell, A. 
M. Trotter, S. A. Cowan, B. L. 
Crump; Aaron Davis, P. R. Crump 
— 7. upper Mississippi Conference : 
Warren MacDonald, C. P. Head, J. 
C. Eckles, Richard 8ewcU,fi. H. 8. 
Ferguson, J. W. Parks, J. M. 
Nevils— 7. 

Quest. 29. What U the Statistical 
Report for this Conference yearf 
(See tabulated statement, p. 186.) 

Quest. 80. What is the Conference 
Treaewrei^s Report for this Con- 
ference year t 
Disciplinary answer not received. 



Quest. 81. What are the Claitns 
on the Conference Fund? 

Quest. 82. What ha» been Received 
on these Claims, and how has it 
been Applied f 

•1,163 55, 

which has been applied under or- 
der of the Conference. 

Quest. 88. WJtere are the Preach- 
ers Stationed f 

[These appointments are all in the State 
of Missiasipplj 

BROOKHAVEN DISTRICT. 

B. L. Crump, P.E. 

(P. 0.. Brookhaven.) 

Au^sta, to be supplied. 

Bay Saint Louis, Aaron Davis, 

Bowerton, J. H. Cook. 

Brookhaven and Hazlehmvt, David 
Ray. 

China Grove, to be supplied. 

Columbia, Andrew Reid. 

Crystal Springs, Nathan Cannon, 

Fayette, Miae Harris, 

Georgetown, C. H, Brown, 

Gloster, William Poivne. 

Hamburg, Israel C. Ruoker. 

Handsborough, H, L. Kennedy. 

Hattiesburg, Orange H. Flowers, 

Meadville, to bo supplied. 

Moss Point, /. L, Pratt. 

Natchez, John C. Hibbler. 

Ocean Springs, James K. Com- 
fort. 

Pass Christian, Haney May. 

Pleasant Valley (P. 0. Colombia), 
James Ford. 

Poplarville, to be supplied. 

Summit and Magnolia, Richard P. 
Threlkeld. 

Union Church, P. F. Robinson, • 

Vernal, J, £. Smith. 

JACKSON DISTRICT, 
J. Campbell, P.E. 
(P. 0.. Meridian.) 
Anding Mission, to be supplied. 
Benton, /. F, Garrett, 



Bolton, Alfred Handy. 

Canton, P. H. Davis. 

Canton Circuit, John Everett, 

Clinton, Simpson Jossell. 

Edwards, Robert McAlpin. 

Green Hill, D. D. Goodwin. 

Jflckson, A. M. Trotter. 

Jackson Circuit, Isaiali S. Thomas. 

Rolling Fork, 5. J: Wood. 

Roseneath and Palmetto House» 
Peter H. Hill. 

Steen Creek, Pleasant W. Baldwin. 

Vicksburg, S. A. Cowan. 

Vicksburg Circuit, Chas. H. John- 
son. 

Yazoo, J. C. Houston. 

Yazoo Circuit, L. J. S. BeU. 

MERIDIAN DISTRICT. 

J. M. Shumpert, P.E. 

(P. 0., Columbus.) 

Brandon, Henry Henderson. 

Carthage, Haywood Heslup, 

Chunkey, Robert B. Andereon. 

Daleville, T. A. Cotton. 

Decatur, Andrew J. McNair. 

DeKalb, Harris T. Hampton. 

Enterprise, G. W. Smith. 

Enterprise Circuit, R. H. Bxtton^ 

Forest, P. R. Crump. 

Garlandsville, D. F. Dudley. 

Heidelberg and Ellinville, Nelson 
TooUy one to be supplied. 

Hickory, Peter Blue. 

Lake, J. D, Walden. 

Lake Como, to be supplied. 

Lauderdale, Moses White. 

Meridian, A. D. Piyne. 

Meridian Circuit, C. W. Ivy, 

Paulding, Melvin Cooper. 

Pelatchie, W. H. Mims. 

Philadelpnia, AugUKtus Quinn. 

Quitman, James Jordan. 

Shubuta, WiUiam Mc Morris, 

Shubata Circuit, Albert B. Lo- 
gan. 

Trenton, to be supplied. 

Waynesborough, Andrew Butler. 

Quest. 84. Where shall the next 
Conference be heldf 

In Moss Point 



APPOINTMENTS OF THE UPPER MISSISSIPPI CONFERENCE. 



CThese appointments are all In the SUt« 
of MlssbslppL] 

ABERDEEN DISTRICT. 

J. C. EOKLES, P.E. 

(P. 0., Tupelo.) 

Aberdeen,/. W. Pirks. 
Aberdeen Circuit, S. D. Hutson. 
Amory, T. W, Davis. 
Athens, Mack McEwen. 
Bell, Daniel L. Tubbs. 
Caledonia, to be supplied. 
Columbus, John L. Wilson. 
Corinth, J. M. Nevils. 
Corinth Circuit, Lewis W. Somer- 

ville. 
Cumberland Mission: Anderson, 
to be supplied. 

Itawamba, to be supplied. 

Mahan Circuit, to be supplied. 

Ridge Chapel and Macedonia, to 
be supplied. 



Cumberland: Woodland Academy, 

to be supplied. 
Houston, 1. M. Lampkin^ one to 

be supplied. 
Okolona, L. W. Washington. 
Okolona Circuit. Jas.M.Thompson. 
Pontotoc, J, W, DaviSf one to be 

supplied. 
Shannon, John Mayo. 
Starkville, Obadiah Gillespie. 
Starkville Circuity T. L. Ingram, 

one to be supplied. 
Sturgis, R. L. Nevils. 
Tampico (P. 0., Starkville), Hannibal 

B. Gladny, one to be sup- 
plied. 
Tupelo, L. J. Terrill. 
Union Grove, James IHce, 
Webster, William Campbell, 
West Point, William E. Mask. 
West Point Circuit, Henry Caw- 

tA*fme, John H. Everett. 



GREENVILLE DISTRICT. 

C. P. Head, P.E. 

(P. 0.. VIcksbuTf.) 

Areola and Hollandale, to be sup^ 
plied. 

Cleveland and Owleyville, to be 
supplied. 

Clarksdale, Elias Troupe. 

Dublin, to be supplied. 

Duncan Circuit, Jacob Stackhouse. 

Faisonia, Moses Adams. 

Greenville and Leland, N. H. Will- 
iams. 

Helen and Shaw,LewiRW. Moseley. 

Hillhouse and Concordia, to oe 
supplied. 

HoUVwood, C. A. Jordan. 

Hood, George H. Harvey. 

Jones Bayou, to be supplied. 

Lula and Jonestown, K. B. Isomi. 

"Marvsville, A. S. Williams. 
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KitiumA and Percy, to be supplied. 
Shelby, to be supplied. 
Stormsville and Sosedale, B. P. 

Ewing. 
fimiflower MissioD CP. 0.. Faltonia), 

to be supplied. 
Tunica, to be supplied. 

HOLLY SPRINGS DISTRICT. 
H. R. Revels, P.E. 
(P. O.. HoUy SprlDis.) 
AbbevUle, B, F, Wqlfolk. 
Bateaville, Sanford J). Troupe. 
Bellefontaine, to be supplied. 
Bri^t Proep€K*t (P.O.. Ingram's MUb), 

to be supplied. 
Chju'leston Mission, to be supplied. 
Elijah (P. a,Ozford)t Loi^in C. 

McClendon. 
Elliott, Jme Burton. 
Greensborough, W, 8. OUUapie. 
Grenada, IHehard Seiodl. 
Grenada Circuit, H. A. Robinson. 
Hernando, C, W. Walton, 
Holly Springn, B, H. 8. Feratuon. 
Holly Sprinj{8 Circuit, W. H. Mo- 

Varty. 



Lodi (P. 0.. KUmlchael), to be sup- 
plied. 

Myrtle, to be supplied. 

New Albany, WaUer H. 8coti, 

Oxford, A. O. Button, 

Oxford Circuit, B. F. Penny. 

Ripley, William H. Golden. 

Vaiden, to be supplied. 

Vaiden Circuit, Duncan P. Shaw. 

Waterford. M. B. Syket, 

Winona, Fred H. Bunton. 

C, E. Libbyy President of Rust Uni- 
versity, and member of Holly 
Springs Quarterly Conference. 

YAZOO RIVER DISTRICT. 

Warrek Macdoxald, P.E. 

(P. 0^ Oolombua.) 

Ackerman, Frank G. Wilbum. 
Bee Lake, to be supplied. 
CarroUton, D. A. Bragg. 
Crawford, Robert Hayes. 
Deep Brook, M«$hak Lockman, 
Durant, Donaldson Ortm, 
Eddingsburg, to be Hupplied. 
Ex Prairie, CP. O.. Maeon), L. P. 
Browv. 



French Camp, J. C. Skinny. 

Goodman, Andrew Lemmons, 

Greenwood, Perry Jemison. 

Itabena, Alexander McBeth, 

Lexington, Jebse W. Windbush. 

Kosciusko, S. H. Nevile. 

Kosciusko Circuit, William BeU. 

Louisville, H. A. Johnson. 

Macon. L. F. WhUt. 

McCool, W. H. OaUwood. 

Mashulaville, L. L, Shumpert. 

Minter City, /. C. W. Pulr. 

Pickens, Samuel Gibeon. 

Shuqualak, A. W. Wright. 

Tchma MiM^ion, to be supplied. 

West, WUliani S. Leake. 

Simon P. Corprew, William R. 
Harrington, John H. McAllister, 
Gilbert F. Leatherwood, Jack- 
son Little and J. W, Wash- 
ington^ left without appoint- 
ments to attend some one of 
our schools. 

Quest. S4. Where shall Uu n€xt 
Conference he hddf 

In Holly Springs. 



VIRGINIA CONFERENCE, 

Held in Alexandria, Va., Feb. ST.lHar. 3, 1890. 



BISHOP FITZGERALD, Presiding. 



J. E. DEACON, Secretary. 



Quest. 1. Who are Received by 
Transfer^ and fixmi what Con- 
ferences i 

None. 

Quest. 2. Who art Admitted oti 
Trials 
W. H. Henderson (1889), Isaac 
N. Bundy (1889), Samuel C. Mor- 
gan, George W. Stallings— 4. 

Quest. 8. Who Bemam on Trialf 
Wm. M. Fitzwater, Mitchell W. 
Atkinson, Aaron N. Mundy, Steph- 
en P. Sbipman, Abner M. Chappel 
(1888), Charles W. Stevens (1888), 
—6. 

Quest. 4. W?u} ars Discontinued f 
John D. Dame. 

Quest. 5. W7u> are Admitted into 

Full Connection f 

UlyBses 8. A Heavener. 

Quest. 6. Who are He-admitted f 
None. 

Quest. 7. Who are Beeehed on 

Credentials firom other Churches f 

None. 

Quest. 8. What TratteUtig Pteach- 

ers have been elected Deacons f 

Ulysses S. A. Heavener. 

QUES'C. 9. What Traveling Preach- 
ers have been ordained Dsacons t 
Ulysses S. A. Heavener. 



Quest. 10. Whai Local Preachers 

have been dected Deacons? 

John B. Come. 

Quest. 11. Whai Local Preachers 

hare been ordained Deacons f 

John B. Come. 

Quest. 12. Who art the Traveling 
Deacons of the t^r^t CIomh? 
J. D. Mays, C. B. Myers, G. P. 
Hanna, J. M. Newton, U. S. A. 
Heavener — 5. 

Quest. 18. W7to are the Traveling 
Deacons qftfte ISeeond Class? 
J. H. Wilson, J. W. Hammers- 
ley, L. K. McNeill— 8. 

Quest. 14. What TraveLina Dea- 
cons have been elected Elders? 
J. E. Deacon. 

Quest. 15. What Travelint^ Dea- 
cons have been ordained Kiders? 
J. E. Deacon. 

Quest. 16. What Local Deacons 

have been elected Elders ? 

None. 

Quest. 17. What Local Deacons 

have beef I ordained Elders? 

None. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Supernu- 
merary Preacliers ? 

G. W. Graham, G. H. Thomp- 
son, J. McK. Brewington — 8. 



Quest. 19. Who are the Superan- 
nuated Preachers ? 
Samson Richardson. 

Quest. 20. Was the Character of 
each Preac/ter Excmiitied? 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preaolier was called 
in open Conference. 

QiresT. 21. JIatte any Died? 
None. 

Quest. 22. Nave any becfi TranS" 
f erred, and to what Conferences? 
Charles Lynch, a probationer of 
the second year, to South Kansas. 

Quest. 23. Have any Withdrawn? 

None. 

Quest. 24. Have any been Located 
at their own request? 

None. 

Quest. 26. Have any been Located ? 
D. M. Mutentbaugh. 

Quest. 26. Have any been permitted 
to Withiiraw under Charges or 
ComplaitUs? 

None. 

Quest. 27. Have any been Expelled? 
None. 

Quest. 28. Who are seleeted for 
Triers qf Appeals? 
A J. Porter, G. P. Wnnless, W. 
T. Scbooley, G. 8. Weiford, J. P. 

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Feltner, D. C. Hedrick, B. S. 
Turner— 7. 

Quest. 29. What U the Staiittical 
Beponfor this Cot{ferenc€ year f 
(See tabulated Mtatement, p. 144.) 

Quest. 80. WJuU is ths Oo^fereno^ 
Treasttrer's Report for tkU Con- 
fertnce year t 
Disciplinary' answer not recived. 

Quest. 81. What art the Clain,$ 

oil t/ie Conference Fundf 

Not answered. 

Quest. 82. What ha» hem Becewea 
Of I the^e Claims J atui how has it 
been Applied^ 

Not answered. 

Quest. SZ. Whej-e ai-e the Preach- 
ers ii(atiott£df 

lThe»e appointments arc nil In the SUte 
of V irelnia* except as othenrtee indi- 
cated.] 

ALEXANDRIA DISTRICT. 
A. J. Porter, P.E. 
(P. 0., Palls Church.) 
Alexandria, i?. F. Bishop. 
Berryville, W. M. Fitzwater. 
Bethany, J, A. IHxon. 
Clermont, to be supplied. 
Falls Church, S. P. Shipman. 
Fairfax, to bo supplied. 



Falmouth and Greenwood, A. N. 

Mundy. 
Hemdon, S. A. Ball, 
Hillsborouffh^. 5. Wicklein, 
Leesburg, J. H. Wilson. 
Mana-Hsas, J. W, Humersley. 
Norfolk, tJ. 8. A. Heavener. 
Old Point, D. C. Bedrick. 

ABINGDON DISTKICT. 

J. P. FiLTNEB, P.E. 
(P. 0., Brenham.) 
Friendship, I. N. Bundy. 
Lee, iV. 6* Burkshart. 
Marion, T. J, Crumley, 
Mandota, Z If, Psmdn. 
New Garden, W. V, EllioU, 
Nichollsville, J. M. Newton. 
PowelPs River, to be supplied. 
Russell, A. M, IngU, 
Scott, B. J, Crumley, 
Tiaewell, to be supplied. 
Washington, W. fl. Henderson, 

£. G. Alderman. 
Wiae, i>. /^. Willu, 

GREENBRIER DISTRICT. 

C. M. Neff, P.E. 

(P. 0.. Asbury, W. Va.) 

Augustd and Sherando, B, W, 

Billt one to be supplied. 
Edray (W. Va.). S. C. Morgan. 
Forest Hill ( W. Va.) , B. B, LiUU. 
Greenbrier (W. Va.), L. 6'. Buff- 
man, 



Highland, M. W. Atkinson. 
Lewisburg(W. Va.), C. B. Myen. 
Monroe (W. Va,), O, B, Nesi, 
Pendleton ( W. Va.), 0. 8. Weiford, 
Pocahontas ( W. Va.), G. P. Hannju 
Paint Bank, to be supplied. 
Bonceverte (W.Va.), W. A. ShanK 
Rich Patch, G, T, Spencer, 

ROANOKE DISTRICT. 

C. W. Ball, P.E. 

(P. 0., Lafnyette.) 

Auburn, G. P, Wanless, 

Eagle Rock, G. W. htalUngs. 

Floyd, to be supplied. 

Franklin, B. S. Turner, 

Grayson, A, M, CKappdl, 

New River, R, A, ScoU, 

Radford, /. B, Beacon, 

Roanoke CircuiLy. JT. Bumherg. 

Roanoke City, W". T, SeKooley. 

Rockbridge, W, A, LyiU 

Wythe, J? D.Mays. 

J, J, Bumberg^ Financial Agent 
Roanoke Seminary, member of 
Roanoke City Quarterly Confer- 
ence. 

Charles M. Stevens, left without 
appointment to attend some one 
of our schools. 

Quest. 84. Where shaU the next 

Conference be heldf 

In Ronoeverte, W. Va. 



WILMINGTON CONFERENCE, 

Held in Milford, Del., March 36>April 1, 1890. 
BISHOPS ANDREWS, BOWMAN, Presiding. J. D RIGG, Secrctarj^. 



Quest. 1. Wfto are Beceived by 
Transfer^ and from what Con- 
ferences? 

George W. Todd, from Phila- 
delphia; Frank Fletcher, from 
West Virginia; Thomas F. Tab- 
ler, from Cincinnati; Edward 
Freeman, from East Maine; Jo- 
seph S. Moore, from New Jerney 
— 5. 

Quest. 2. Who are Admitted on 

TiHalf 

Melvin D. Nutter, Georpe W. 

Bounds, Aloysius Grocn, Julius A. 

Brewington, John E. Franklin— 5. 

Quest. 8. W?io Banain on Trial? 
Wm. P. Taylor, Julius P. West, 
Jamos W. Forfe, James E. Gra- 
ham, Samuel J. Baker, Trustin C. 
Smoot, George W. Todd, Edward 
Freeman — 8. 

Quest. 4. Who are Disconiimted t 
John Jones, Peter L. Kartz- 
holzer, at their request — 2. 

Quest. 5. If Ao are Admitted itUo 
Fidl Connectimif 
George P. Smith, Wm. Sheers, 
George T. Alderson, John F. An- 
derson, Frank F. Carpenter, Wm. 
P. Conipton, Wesley W. Chaircs, 



Warren Burr, Charles P. Swain, 
Joshua W. Gray, John R. Tudd, 
Thomas L. Price, Thomas F. 
Tabler— 18. 

Quest 6. Who are Be-admiitedf 
None. 

Quest. 7. Who are Beceived on 

Credentials from other Churches f 

None. 

Quest. 8. What Traveling Preach- 
ers have been elected Beacons T 
Goorge P. Smith, George T. Al- 
derson, John F. Anderson, Frank 
F. Carpenter, Warren Burr, Chas. 
P. Swain, Thos. L. Price, Thos. F. 
Tabler— 8. 

Quest. 9. What Traveling Preach- 
ers have been ordained Beacon/! f 
George P. Smith, George T. Al- 
derson, John F. Anderson, Frank 
F. Carpenter, Warren Burr, Chas. 
P. Swain, Thos. L. Price, Thos. F. 
Tabler— 8. 

Quest. 10. What Local Preachers 
have been elected Beaconef 
Melvin D. Nutter, George W. 
Bounds, Aloysius Green, Eben 
Welch, Wm. K. Gallowav, Trus- 
tin C. Smoot, Jolm E. Franklin 
—7. 



Quest. 11. What Local Preacher $ 
have been ordained Deacons f 
Melvin D. Nutter. George W. 
Bounds^^Aloysius Green, Eben 
Welch, Wm. K. Galloway, Trus- 
tin C. Smoot, John E. Franklin 
—7. 

Quest. 12. Who are the Travding 
Deacons of the PXrst Class f 
George P. Smith, Wm. Sheers, 
George T. Aldereon, John F. An- 
derson, Frank F. Carpenter. Wm. 
Compton, Wesley W. Cnaires, 
Warren Burr, Charles P. Swain, 
Joshua W. Gray, John B. Todd» 
Tiiomas L. Price, Thomas F. Tab- 
ler, George W. Todd, Frank 
Fletcher- 15. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Traveling 
Deacons qfths Second Class? 
Stephen M. Morgan, Ralph T. 

Coursey, Zach H. Webster— 8. 

Quest. 14. W?iat Tiai^ling Dear 
cons have been elected Elders f 
G«oree E. Wood, Asbury Burke, 
Wm. W. Sharp, Wm. R. Mowbray, 
Willard W. Johnson, Henry S. 
Duhmey. Wm. G. Kopns, Richard 
Irving Watkins, Clinton T. Wyatt> 
J. T. Prouse, Joseph S. Moore, Har- 
vey W. Ewing, VVm. R. Sears— 18. 

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Quest. 15. WJiot Traveling Dea- 
anu have been ordained Elder* f 
George E. Wood, Asbury Burke, 
Wm. W. Sharp.Wm. R. Mowbruy, 
Williard W. Johnson, Henry S. 
Dolaney, Wm. Q. Koons, Richard 
Irving Watkins, Clinton T. Wyatt, 
James T. Prouse, Joseph S. Moore, 
Harvey W. Ewing, Wm. R. Sears 
—18. 

QussT. 16. What Local Deacon* 
have been, dieted Elders f 
Wm. Warren Morgan, Wesley 
W. Chaires— 2. 

QnxflT. 17. What Local Deacone 
home been ordaitud Elder* f 
Wm, Warren Morgan, Wesley 
W. Chairea— 2. 

QuxsT. 18. Who are the Super- 
numerary Preacheref 
A. T. Meloin, O. S. Walton, C. 
J. Uammitt, James Hubbard, A. 
T. Scott. Wm. F. Talbot, James 
B. Merritt, Thos. E. Bell, Thos. 
S. WiUiamN J. W. Poole, W. £. 
England— 11. 

Qt-EST. 19. Who are the Superan- 
uuated Preacheref 
J. L. Houston, A. A. Fisher, 
George Barton, John Allen, G. A. 
Phoeous, James Esgate, Henry 
Sanderson — 7. 

QussT. 20. Was the Character qf 
each Breacfier Examined / 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
ill open Conference. 

Quest. 21. Have any Died ? 
William Merrill. 
(See obituary, p. W.) 

Quest. 22. Have any beeti Trans- 
ferred, and to what (JonJereHves / 
W. R. 8eare, to New York East ; 
B. C, Warren^ to New York; 
Oeorge A. Sheets^ to Pittsburg; 
W. S. Eobinson, to South Da- 
kota ; Conrad K. Hartung, to 
Philadelphia— 5. 

Quest. 28. Have any WUhdrawn f 
None. 

Quest. 24. Have any been Located 

at t/ieir own request f 

None. 

Quest. 25. Hate any been Located f 
None. 

Quest. 26. Have any been permitted 
to Withdraw ufukr Cfharges or 
Complaints f 

None. 

Quest. S7. Have any been ExpeOedf 
None. 

Quest. 28. Who are sdected for 
Triers of Appeals f 
W. T. Valiant, L. E. Barrett, 
W. M. Warner^. E. Terry, J. A. 
Asters, W. B. Walton, J. P. Otis 
~7. 



Quest. 29. What is tlie Statistical 
Report for this Conference yearf 
(See tabulated statement, p. 226.) 

Quest. 80. What is the Conference 
Treasurer's Report for tkts Con- 
ftrence year f 

Disciplinary answer not received. 

QuvsT. 81. What are the Claims 

on the Conference Fundf 

•99050. 

Quest. 82. Witat has been Received 
on these Claims^ attd ftow ?uu it 
been Applietl <t 

•7,131 08, 

which has been applied under or- 
der of the Conference. 

Quest. 88. Where are the Preachr 
ers statiofied f 

[Tbeae appointments are all In the State 
of Delaware, except aa othenrite Indi- 
cated.! 

DOVER DISTRICT. 

J. A. B. Wilson, P.B. 

(P. 0., DoTcr.) 

Beckwith (Md.), W. F, Datoson, 

Bridgeville, G. W. Town%end. 

Burrsville (Md.), T. F. Tebler. 

Cambridge (Md.), «/. H. Howard, 

Camden, P. H, Rawlins, 

Cannon's Crossing, R. T. Courscy. 

Church Creek (Md.), /. W, Ham- 
mersley. 

Crapo (Md.), Asbury Burke. 

Denton (Md.), H. 8. Thompson. 

DorcHester (Md.), to be supplied. 

Dover, T. E. Terry. 

East New Market (Md.), Z. W. 
Layfidd. 

EUendale, W. L. P, Bowen. 

Elliott's Island (Md.), J, J/. Col- 
tins. 

Farmington, Joseph Robinson. 

Federalsburg(Md.), J. W. EasUy. 

Felton, E. C. Macnichd. 

Fredenca, J. H. Caldwell. 

Galeetown (Md.), Q. L. Hardeaty. 

Georgetown, J. D. Kemp. 

Greenwood, L. P. Corkran. 

Harrington, T. L. Price. 

Hoopers Island, C. P. Swain. 

Houston, James Carroll. 

Hurlock (Md.). M. D. Nutter. 

Leipsic, b. R. Maxwell. 

Lewes, F. C. McSorley. 

Lincoln, /. K. Foreman. 

Little Creek I^anding, Julius P. 
West. 

Magnolia, W. T. Valiant. 

Miltord, Robert Watt. 

Millsborough, G. W. Wilcox. 

Milton, T. R. Creamer. 

Nassau, J. T. Prouse, 

Preston (Md.) E. S, Mace. 

Salem, Edward Freeman. 

Seaford, W. J. Duhadway. 

Tajrlor's Island (Md.) and Lake- 
ville, G. W. Bounds, two to be 
Ruppliod. 

Vienna (Md.), Frank Fletcher. 

WUlaston, W. M. Green. 

Woodside, J. M, Mitchell. 

Wyoming, Aloysius Green. 

John R. Todd and G. W. Todd, 
Professors in the Wilmington 
Conference Academy. 



EASTON DISTRICT. 

JoHx France, P.E. 

(P. 0.. Smyrna.) 

Appoouinimink, W. M. Warner. 
Bavside and Tilghman, J. M. Lin- 

CecUton (Md.), T. A. H. O'Brien. 
Centerville (Md.) C. A. Hill. 
Chestertown (Md.), /. H. WUley, 
Church Hill (Md.), J. A. Arters. 
Crumpton (Md.), to be supplied. 
Easton (Md.), R. H. Adams. 
Galena (Md.), E. H. NeUon. 
Greensborough,(Md.), R. W. Todd, 
Hillsborough (Md.), Stephen M. 

Mor^n. 
Ingleside (Md.), N". McQuay. 
Kent Isknd (Md.), W. W. Sharp, 
Kenton, Albert Chandler. 
King's Creek (Md.), J. A. BrindU. 
Marydell (Mel.), G. S. Conoway. 
Massey^H (Md.), to be supplied. 
Middletown (Md.), Alfred SmUK 
MilUngton (Md.), E. E. WhiU. 
Odessa, R. C. Jones. 
Oxford (Md.), B. P. Roberts. 
Pomona (Md.), W. R. Mowbrav, 

gueenstown (Md.), J. W. Fogfe. 
ock HaU,(Md.), RobeH Roe. 
Roval Oak (Md.). J. D. Reese. 
Samt Michaels (Md. ), S. J. Morris. 
Sassafras (Md.), Wm. Sheers. 
Smyrna, Wells W. W. Wilson. 
Smyrna Circuit, R. K. Stephenson. 
sun Pond (Md.),,/. D. Riga. 
Sudlersville (Md.). T. H. Haynes, 
Townsend, R. Irving Watkins. 
Trappe (M.d.). F. J. Corkran. 
Union and Salem, to be supplied. 
Wye (Md.), to be supplied. 

SALISBURY DISTRICT. 

T. 0. Ayres, P.E. 

(P. 0., Saltebury.) 

Annameasex (MJ.), TV. R. McFar- 
lane. 

Asbury (Md.), W. F. Corkran, 

Ban^n (Jreek, to be supplied. 

BerUn (Md.), Wm. A. Wise. 

Bethel, W. B. Grega. 

Bishopville (Md.), 6, T. Aldereon. 

Cane Charles City (Va.), F. F. 
Carpenter. 

Chincoteague (Va.), G. E. Wood, 

Concord, to be supplied. 

Crisficld, H. W. Ewing. 

Deals Island (Md.;, C. S. Baker. 

Delmar, A. D. Davie. 

Fairmount (Md.), C. W. PreUy- 
man. 

Frankford, C. F. Shepherd. 

Fruitlaiid (Md.), J. W. Grav. 

Girdle Tree (Md.), £. H. baick- 
son. 

Gumborough, W. W. Johnson. 

Holland's Island (Md.), W. B, 
Guthrie. 

Laurel, J. O. Sypherd. 

Mount Vernon (Md.). G. W. Bow- 
man. 

Nanticoke, D. F. Waddell. 

Newark, E. H. MilUr. 

Onnncock (Va.), G. W. Burke. 

Piu-ksley (Md.}, H. S. Dulaney. 

Parsonsburg (Md.), J. F. Ander- 
son. 

Pocomoke (Md.), J. E. Graham. 

Pooomoke City (Md.), A. S. Mow- 
brav. 

Powellville , 
Digitized by 



f^iiKygve^"' 



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WILMINGTON CONFERENCE, 1890. 



Princcs.s Anno (Md.), W. P. 

Compton. 
Quantico (MJ.)» Edicard DavU. 
Keed»8 Warf, Julius A. Brew- 

injrton. 
Roxana, C. T. WpaU. 
Saint Peter's (Md.), Warren Burr. 
Salisbury (Md.), T. E, MaHin- 

daU. 
Selbyville (Md.), G. P. Smith. 
Sharptown (Md.), O. H. Williams. 
8mitl»»8 Island (Md.), Wilm<r 

Jaggard. 
Snow Hill (Md.), ir. B. Walton, 
Somerset (Md.), W. W. Chaires. 
Stockton (Md.), T. H. Harding, 
Tanjrier (Va.), Jamei Connor, 
Westover (Md.). 8. J. Baker. 
Whitesville, Z. H. Webster. 

WILMINGTON DISTRICT. 

W. L. 8. Murray, P.E. 
(P. 0., 807 W. 7th Street, WUmlunton.) 

Bethel and Glasgow (Md.), S. T. 

Gardner. 
Charlestown, (Md.), E, H, Uyn- 

ton. 



Cherry Hill and Union, (Md.), T. 

B. HuhUr. 
Che>apeuko City, (Md.),/. G, Fat- 

nockt, 
Chester, A, P, Prettyman. 
Christiana, B. F. Price. 
Claymont, W, E, Tompkinaoti. 
Delaware City, S. X. Pilchard. 
Elk Neck (Md.), I), F. McFaul, 
Elkton and Crouch's (Md.), CAas, 

mu. 

Ilocka.'^sin and Ebonezer, J. Dodd. 
Hopewell (Md.). to be supplied. 
Marshallton and Stanton Church, 

T. N. Given. 
Mount Lebanon and Union, T. C. 

Smoot. 
Mount Pleasant, J, T. Van Barka- 

low. 
Newark and Wesley, iV'. M. Brown, 
New Castle, E. L. Hubbard. 
Newport, •/. E. Bryan. 
North East (Md.), /. B. Quiaq, 
Port Deposit (Md.), J. P, Otis, 
Port Penn, to be supplied. 
Red Lion and Kirkwood, to be 

supplied. 
Rii<ing Sun (Md ), Isaac Jewell. 



Rowland^ville and Mount Pleas- 
ant, to be supplied. 

Saint George's and Summit, J, S. 
Moort. 

Wlhnington: Asburj', /. D. V 
lianna. 
Brandy wine and Ebenoer, (*. 

A. GHct, 
Cookman, to be supplied. 
Ep worth, />. H. Corkran. 
Grace, Jacob Todd. 
King wood, J. £. Franklin. 
Madeley, E. C, Atkins, 
Mount Salem, W. E, Avery, 
Saint Paul's, L, E, BarrOt. 
Scott, V. S, Collins. 
Silver Brook, to be supplied. 
Swedish Mission, to be supplieiL 
Union, A, St^gU. 
Wesley, W. G, Koons, 

Zion, /. L, Wood, 

W. P. Taylor, left without appoint- 
ment to attend some one of our 
schools. 

Quest. S4. Where shall the next 
Conference be held t 
In Centerville, Md. 



SOUTH-WEST KANSAS CONFERENCE, 

Held in Hutchinson, Kan., March 19-24, 1890. 



BISHOP FOSS. Presiding. 



D. D. AKIN, Secretary. 



Quest. 1. Who are Beceii^ed by 
Trausftr, and frftn what Von- 
fereiu'tii / 
B. T. Siivin, from Newark ; 

Samuel RVtr, from Detroit-^2. 

Quest. 2. Who are Adtnitted oti 
Trial? 
Charles E. Crandall. Clinrles D. 
Hestwood, John C. Helmick, Al- 
bert B. Hestwood, Thompson W. 
McKinney, Charles W. Gaither, 
James W. Kirkpatrick, Frank D. 
Sheetj*, Albert W. Cummings, 
John W. Homer, Benjamin F. 
Jones*, David F. Irwin, Albert M. 
Gibbons — 18. 

Quest. 8. Who Bemain on TYial T 
Asbury Caldwell, Richard A. 
Dadisman, David S. Van Gundy, 
Spencer S. SuUiger, David R. 
irancis, (George W. Irwin, Jasper 
N. Howard, John R. McNabb, 
Matthew T. Long, Edwin S. 
McCartney (1888), Chester A. 
Place (1888)— 11. 

Quest. 4. Who art Diacontinuedf 

None. 

Qc^st. 6. Who are Admitted into 
Full Connection? 
Waldo B. Mareh, Charles E. 
West, John W. Crouch, Ezekiel 
H. Rubicam, Wilbur H. Clark, 
Jos. K. Hopkins, Micuh P. Dixon, 
Isom B. Case, Geo. W. Dalby, 
Chas. E. Davis Henry C. Whar- 
ton, Cyrus S. Nusbaum, James F. 
Irwin, Osbom B. Shaw, Irvin B. 



PuUiam, Frank M. Pitkin, Francis 
P. Woodward — 17. 

Quest. 6. Who are lU-admittedf 
None. 

Quest. 7. Who are Received on 

Credentials from other Churches t 

None. 

Quest. 8. What Trmtdiug Preach- 
ers have been elected Beacons f 
Chas. E. West, John W. Crouch, 

Ezekiel H. Rubicam, Wilbur H. 

Clark, Jos. £. Hopkins, Micah P. 

Dixon, Isom B. Case, Geo. W. 

Dalby, Chas. E. Davis, Henry C. 

Wliarton, Cyrus S. Nusbaum, 

J as. F. Irwin, Osbom B. Shaw, 

Irvin B. Pulliam, Frank M. 

Pitkin, Francis P. Woodward 

—16. 

Quest. 9. What Traveling Preach- 
ers }iam betu ordained Deacons t 
Chas. E. West, John W. Crouch, 
Ezekiel H. Rubicam, Wilbur H. 
Clark, Jos. E. Hopkins, Micah P. 
Dixon, Inom B. Case, Geo. W. 
Dalby, Chas. E. Davis, Henry C. 
Wharton. Cyras S. Nusbaum, 
Jas. F. Irwin, Osbom B. Shaw, 
Irvin B. Pulliam, Frank M. 
Pitkin, Fra?icis P. Woodward 
—16. 

Quest. 10. What Local Preachers 
hwte been elected Beacons/ 
John C. Helmick. Ezra R. 
Burkholder, Charles W. Gaither 



Quest. 11. W^at local Preachers 
have been ordained Deacon* f 
John C. Helmick, Ezra B. 
Burkholder, Charles W. Gaither 



Quest. 12. Who are the Travdivg 
Deacons qft?u First Clasa f 
Waldo B. Marsh, Chas. E.West, 
John W. Crouch. Ezekiel H. 
Rubicam, Wilbur H. Clark, Job. 
E. Hopkins, Micah P. Dixon, Isom 
B. Case. Geo. W. Dalby, Chas. E. 
Davis, Henry C, Wharton, Cyrus 
S. Nusbaum, James F. Irwin, Os- 
bom B. Shaw, Irvin B. PuUiam, 
Frank M. Pitkin, Francis P. 
Woodward— 17. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Traveling 
Deacons of the Hecutid Class / 
Geo. W. Howes (lb88), Wm. 
V. Bums, O'Connor C. Baird, 
Frederick F. Bemstorf, John 
R. MillsaP, William B. Barton, 
Charles £. Mann, Chas. Brown 
(1888), Banner E. Shswhan 
(1888, sup'y.) John H. Smith 
(1888)— 10. 

Quest. 14. What Traveling Dea- 
cons have beeti elected Elders f 
John H. Pracht, Edward R. 
Williams, Charles R. Robinson, 
John A. Davis, Richard B. Engle, 
James W. Pmen, John A. Holmes, 
Wm J. Barron, Oscar A. Smith, 
Garry P. Van Wye, Charles C. 
Woods— 11. 

Digitized by VjU^V IC 



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83 



QUSST. 15. W/iot Troifliua Dea- 
eons have h4tii ordained Eldertf 
John H. Pracht, £dward B. 
WilliAms, Charlen B. Robiuson, 
John A« Davis, Biobard B. Engle, 
James W. Pruen, John A. Holmos, 
Wm. J. Barron, Odcar A. Smith, 
Garry P. Van Wve, Charles C. 
Woods— 11. 

QuxsT. 16. VnuU Local Deaams 

}uw4}m>i4UeUd Eldenf 

None. 

Quest. 17. What Jjoeal Deacoru 

have been ordained JCldersf 

None. 

Qr^T. 18. Who are the Supemu- 
merary Pteachenf 
G. W. Akers, L, J. Van Lan- 
dingham. J. F. Nessley, Thomas 
Andas, N. K HArman, N. S. 
Buckner, B. F. Wonder, 8. 
McKibben, W. H. Myers, Jona- 
than Zook, G. P. Van Wye, Jos. 
Coombs, A, B. Cluckner, B. E. 
fcihawhan, E. F. Eeaer— 15. 

QuBST. 19. Who are the Superan- 
nuated Preaeheref 
G. H. Mathis, J. N. Stompor, 
M. M. Hahn, J. N. BartoU, Wm. 
Sibley, B. E. Guthrie, F. P. Moore, 
Albert Hartman. J. M. Romine, 
F. A. Goodrich, Wm. H»yc8 — 11. 

Quest. 20. Wan Ute Character of 
each Pi^eaeher Examined i 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of eacli Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 

Quest. 21. Have any Diedf 
None. 

Quest. 22. Haf>e any been Traia- 
ferredt emd to what Oonjerenees f 
K H, Davie^ to Nebraska; 
David SowerSj to Loui»iana; S* 
W. Riehardt, to Missouri; C. A, 
JRng^ to Louisiana; J. 0. hade- 
ton, to Central New York : />. C. 



Helmick, to Indian Mission — 9. 

Quest. 28. Have any WWidrawn t 
None. 

Quest. 24. Hem any hetn Located 

at their own request f 

Jeffery Martin. 

Quest. 25. Have any been Located f 
None. 

Quest. 26. Have any beenpermitted 
to Withdraw undtt Charges or 
Complaints f 

None. 

Quest. 27. Have any been Esqodledf 
None. 

Quest. 28. Who are tdoeted for 
Triers <if Appeals f 
A. T. Borris, M. Bamibrd, D. D. 
Akin, S. Brink, J. C. Hall, L. M, 
Haveley, J. E. Earp— 7. 
3 



Quest. 29. What is the Statistical 
Report for t/tis Conference year t 
(See tabulated statement, p. 157.) 

Quest. 80. Whaiisthe Conference 
Treaeure^s Report for th\s Con- 
ference ytarf 
Disciplinary answer not received. 

Quest. 81. What ai-e the Claims 

on the Conference Fund f 

•3,470. 

Quest. 82. WfuU has been Received 
on these Claims^ and how has it 
been Applied f 

•2,149, 

which has been applied under or- 
der of the Conference. 

Quest. 88. Where are the Preach-- 
ers Stationed f 

IThes* appointments are all in the State 
of Kansas.] 

GARDEN DISTRICT. 

A. P. Georoe, P.E. 

(P. O.t Cimarron.) 

Ashland, 0. A, Smith. 

Bazine, to be suppiled. 

Beaver City, F. P. Woodward. 

Buoklin and Lexington, J. W. 
Crouch. 

Cimarron and Ingalls, J. B. Mo- 
Nabb. 

Dighton, C. E. Williams. 

Dodffe City, H. H. Rose. 

Engiewooa. to be supplied. 

Fowler and Mineola, to be sup- 
plied. 

Garden City. Morris Ban^urd. 

Hugoton, to be supplied. 

Jetmore, J. H. Smith. 

Johnson City, C. D. Hestwood. 

Lakin, C. E. West. 

Leoti, Asbury Caldwell. 

Liberal, to be supplied. 

Meade, J. S. TuU. 

Montezuma, to be supplied. 

Ness City, C. R Rohnson. 

Nonchalanta. C. E. Crandall. 

Ravanna, to oe supplied. 

Bichfleld, to be supplied. 

Santa Fe. to be supplied. 

Scott, to be supplied. 

Spcarville and Marena, to be sup- 
plied. 

Springfield, to be supplied. 

Syracuse, 1. B. Pulliam. 

Tribune, to be supplied. 

Ulysses, to be supplied. 

LABNED DISTRICT. 
Harrisox Wait, P.E. 
(P. 0., McPherMn.) 
Burdett, B. A. Dadisman. ^ 
Bushton, to be supplied. 
Cimton, Noah Asher. 
Chase, A. H. Bsrker. 
EUinwood, J. E. Hopkins. " > 
Frederick, W. E. Woodward, 
Garfield, A. B. Hestwood. J 
Great Bend, W. J2. Waison, 
Hoisington, P. M. Pitkin, j 
Kinsley, J. A. H. Wilson, ^ 
Lamed. Oranmlle Zowther. 
Little Biver, W. J. Barron. 
Lost Springs, £. H. Rubicam. 
Lyons, G. W. Howes. 
^ Marion, J. E. Earp, 



Marion Circuit, F. F. Bemstorf. 
Mcpherson, A. 0. Ebrigfd. 
Mcpherson Circuit, Mioah P. 

Dixon. 
Pawnee Bock, to be supplied. 
Rush Center, to be supplied. 
Sterling, A, J. Bixler. 
Windom, W. H. Clark. 

NEWTON DISTRICT. 

J. T. Hanna, P.E. 

(P. 0.. Newton.) 

Annelly, Harvey Lundtf. 

Arlington, to be supplied. 

Burrton, F. D. Sheets. 

Chelsea, W. R. Rolingson, 

Eldorado, /. C. Hall. 

Elmer, C, H. McMillan. 

Florence, O. B. Shaw. 

Halstead, Robert Sanderson. 

Heston, to be supplied. 

Hutchinson: Avenue F, C, E, 
Woodson. 
First Church, to be supplied. 

Leon, J. H. Pracht. 

Macksville, J. W. Kirkpatrick. 

Newton, W. J. Martindale. 

Nickerson, W, A, Van Gundy, 

Partridge, F. M. Romine. 

Peabody, E. A. Hovt. 

Pontiac, to be supplied. 

Potevin, D. S. Van Gundy. 

Saint John, R. £. Engle. 

Sedgewick, A. T. Burris. 

Sewi^ J. Z. Mills. 

South Hutchinson, I. B. Case. 

Stafford, S. S. Sulliger. 

Sylvia, to be supplied. 

Turon, to be supplied. 

Valley Center. •/. M. Archer. 

Walton and McLain, H. C. Whar- 
ton. 

WICHITA DISTRICT. 

J. D. BOTKIN, P.E. 

(P. 0., Wichita.) 

Andover, W. J. Miller, 

Augusta, iV. J. Burton. 

Belle Plaine. E. C. Beach. 

Benton, J. K. Millsap. 

Cheney, W. B. Barton. 

Colwich, J. F. Irwin. 

Cunningham, B. F. Jones. 

Dougluss, Stephen Brink, 

Douglass Circuit. £. B. Abbott, 

Goddurd, C. S. Nusbaum. 

GrecnHburg, O. C. Baird. 

luka and Preston, </. T. Hendriek- 
son. 

Kingman, W. J. Tull, 

Kingman Circuit, A. W. Cum- 
mings. 

Mount Hope, O. W. Irwin. 

Mulvane, A'. C, Pollard. 

Nashville, to be supplied. 

Oatville, J. N. Howard. 

Pratt, J. A. Davis. i 

Saratoga, to be supplied. 

Sawyer, Charles Brown. { 

Wellsford, D. F. Irwin. 

Wichita: College Hill, to be sup- 
plied. 
Dodge Avenue, C. C. Woods, 
Emporia Avenue, John W, 

Homer. 
First Church, R. T. Savin, 
North Wichita, Albert M. Gib- 
bons. 

ff«r. 



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SOUTH-WEST KANSAS CONFERENCE, 1890. 



WINFIELD DISTRICT. 
T. 8. HoDosoN, P.E. 
(P. 0.« WInfleld.) 
Akron and Rock, tf. TF. Baker, 
Anthony, 8. H. Enyeari. 
Argonia and Milan, W. B. Marwh. 
Arkansas City, D, /). Akin, 
Attica and Crystal Springs, C. £. 

Mann. 
Borden. J, W, Anderton. 
Caldwell, W. B. Gannmoay, 
Canema, to be supplied. 
Coldwater, D. R. Frands. 
Conway Springs, C. £. Dayis. 
Dexter, P. D, iMhr. 
Freeport, E, H. Vatwkan, 
Genda Springs, Thompson W. 

McKiuney. 



Ilarper, IP. If. Gillam, 
Harelton and Kiowa, F, C, Fay, 
Lake City, to be supplied. 
Latham, M. T. Long. 
Maple City, to be supplied. 
Mavflold and Silver Creek, 6'. S, 

^torf. 
Medicine Lodge, D. W. Phillip: 
Muscatunffa and Protection, to be 

supplied. 
New Salem, N, A. PorUr. 
Norwich, c/. A, Holm«t, 
Oxford and Udall, Wm. V. Bums. 
South Haven, E. R WUUanu. 
Wellinf^ton, L M, BartUy. 

Mission, to be supplied. 
Wellington Circuit. Samuel PHce. 
Winfield: First Church, It A, 

CarmifU, 



Winfield: Seconal Church, (7. JET- 
Montgomery, 

C. R, Thobum, Professor in South- 
west Kansas Collegia — member of 
First Church, Winfield, Quar- 
terly Conference. 

Adotphun HoffmaUy Mi««ionary to 
New Mexico. 

C. A. Place, E. S. McCartney, J, 
W, Prwn, J, D. Woodt, / A^ 
Lueas^ Jonathan Giicky and C. 
W. Gaither, left without ap- 
pomtments to attend some one 
of our schools. 

QuBST. 84. Whert $haU the next 
Oot\ferenoebe heldf 

InNewton^ 



LEXINGTON CONFERENCE, 

Held in LouisTille, Ky., March 20-24, 1890. 



BISHOP FITZGERALD, Presiding. 



G. A, SISSLE, Secretary^ 



QuxsT. 1. Yfho are received by 
TVanefer^ and from what Con- 
ferenceef 

None. 

QuxsT. S. Who are Admitted on 
Trialf 
Bei^jamin J. Colman (1889), 
Thomas K. Prentiss (1889), Samuel 
H. Feiwuson, 1889), Frank W. 
Kennada (1869), William U. Pope, 
Beigamin J. Davis, Charles T. 
Lewis, Truman F. Williams, Qreen 
C. MoPheoters, Moses B. Lewis, 
Lewis C. Harris, Isom B. Hawker 
—12. 

QuBST. 8. Who Remain on Trialf 
Wade H. Watts (1889), William 
H. Venable (1889), EUas D. Law- 
rence (1889), Jeremiah M. Peters 
g889), Thos. T. Carpenter (1889), 
avid £. Skelton— 6. 

QvssT. 4. Who art JHecontinuedf 
None. 

QuxsT. S. Who are Admitted into 
Full Vonnectionf 
Walter H. Eilev, Edward L. 
Gilliam, Robert L. Diokerson, 
Theodore L. Wilson— 4. 

QuKST. 6. Who are Re-admitted t 
Simon G. Turner^ whose parch- 
ments had been surrendered, was 
re-admitted, and hb certidcates of 
ordination as deacon and elder were 
restored. 

QuBST. 7. Who are Received on 

OredmUialifrom other Churches f 

None. 

Qdxst. 8. What Traveling Preach- 

en have been deeted Deaoomf 

Robert L. Dickerson. 

QuBST. 9. What Traveling Preach" 

er$ have been ordained Jjtaconef 

Robert L. Diokerson. 



Quest. 10. What Local Preacliere 

have been dected Deacons f 

David £. Skelton, Charles T. 

Lewis, Truman F. Williams, 

Joseph Small, Samuel Buckner 



Quest. 11. What Local Preachert 
have been ordained Deacons f 
David E. Skelton, Charles T. 
Lewis, Truman F. Williams, 
Joseph Small, Samuel Buckner 
—5. 

Quest. 12. Who are the Traveling 
Deacons qfthe First Class! 
Walter H. Riley, Edward L. 
Gilliam, Robert L. Dickerson, 
Theodore L. Wilson— 4. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Travding 
Deacons of the Second Class! 
Wm. M. Langford, Elam A. 

White, Jonathan W. MoAdoo, 

Wesley Singleton — 4. 

Quest. 14. What Travelina Dea- 
cons have been elected Elders t 
Dillard R. Hickman, Henry Du- 
nce, Wm. B. Harris, Jesse S. Hen- 

-^ ' - -m. H. 

Frank 
9. 



ry, Brushus W. Kirtlcy, Wm. H, 
Bloomer. Logan W. Miles. Fraj * 
P. Fielding, Creed H. Taylor— 1 

Quest. 15. What Travelina Dea- 
cons have been ordained Elders t 
Dillard R. Hickman, Henry Du- 
pee, Wm. B. Harris, Jesse S. Hen- 

Sr, Brushus W. Kirtley. Wm. H. 
loomer. Logan W. Miles. Frank 
P. Fielding, Creed H. Taylor— 9. 

QuBffT. 16. WhaX Local Deacons 

have been dected Elders f 

None. 

Quest. 17. What Local Deacons 
ha^ been ordained Elders f 

Nona. 



Quest. 18. Who are the Supernu- 
merary Preachers! 
J. £. Christopher, James Tay- 
lor, Peter Dent — 8. 

Quest. 19. Who are the St^jeran- 
nuated Preacltersf 
HenxT Gibson. Israel Simms, 
Adam Nunn, Zale Roi«, W. H. 
Lawrence, Thomas Tompkins, 
Eiyah Henderson, Monmouth. 
Walton— 8. 

Quest. 20. Was the Character <^ 
each Preacher Examined/ 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 

Quest. 21. Bave any Died! 
None. 



UEST. 22. Bave any been Trans- 
'erredf and to what Cor\ferencesi 
None. 



% 



Quest. 28. Bave a$iy Withdrawn t 
Daniel W. Shaw, 

Quest. 24. Have any been Located 
at Uteir otpn request! 
* None. 

Quest. 25. Jfat^e any been Located/ 
None. 

Quest. 26. Bave any been permitted 

to Withdraw under C/iorgesf 

Otliello W. Fox. 

Quest. 27. Bave atiy been Expdledt 
None. 

Quest. 28. Who are selected for 

Triers of Appeals! 

J. Courtnev, M. S. Johnson, M. 

Walton, J. G. Jones, J. Bowren«. 

L. M. Hagood, G. W. Ziegler— 7? 

Quest. 29. What U the Statistical 
Report for this Conference year! 



LEXINGTON CONFERENCE, 1890. 



85 



QvEOT. 80. What U the Conferen^ 
2>easurer's Report for thU Con- 
ference year? 
Pifidplinaiy answer not received. 

QuBiT. 81. Whai are the Claims 

on the Cottf'erefice Fiiiuif 

Not answered. 

QuxsT. 82. Whai Juut been Received 
on Uteae Claime^ and tujw ftat U 
been Applied f 

•1,094 Tl, 
which has been applied under or- 
der of the Conference. 

Quest, Z$, Where are the Preach- 
em Stationed/ 

(These Appointmenti are all In the State 
of K«>tackjr« except «■ otberwlee Indi- 
cated.] 

BOWLING GREEN DISTRICT. 

Dakiu. Joins, P.£. 

(P. 0.. Box 844. BowUng Qrcd.) 

Auburn and Franklin, to be sup- 
plied. 
Bowling Green, /. W, RfitseU, 
Cave City and bonora, /. W, Hor- 

ton, 
Cloverport, Hawesville, and Can- 

nelton, .A'. //. Talbott, 
Dulanej and Princeton, L. C. 

Hams. 
Edd;rvUle, Grand River, and Bir- 
mingham, Jesse Munday, 
Germontown, Poolers Chapel, and 

Falls of Rough, to be supplied. 
Greenville and Hortons, M. B. 

Lewis. 
Hardinsbuig and Irvington, Alex. 

Fbeeff. 
Hartford and HalPs Creek, Frank 

Binton, 
HenderBon, W. H. Yenable. 
Litchfield and Beaver Dam, R. L. 

Diokerson. 
Morgantown and Indian Camp, to 

be supplied. 
Owensborough and Lewisport, I. 

B. Hawker. 
Paducah and Smithland, £. L. 

Gilliam. 
Vine Grove and West Point, D. 

R, Hickman, 



Madison (Ind.), E. A. White. 
Newburg and Booneville (Ind.), to 

be supplied. 
New Ca«tle and Rushville (Ind.), 

a. G, Turner. 
North Indianapolis (Ind.), T. R. 

Prentiss. 
North Vernon (Ind.), D. W,Hetton, 
Pittsfleld (111.), S. a. Stone, ^^ 
Princeton (Ind.), J, H, Margrave, 



ni^nd,)^ Henry 



Rockportand 
Ihtpee, 

Shelbyville (Ind.), A, Booker, 

Torre Haute (Ind.), T. M. Thomp- 
eon, 

Watson and Coiydon (Ind.), Sam- 
uel Ferguson. 

LEXINGTON DISTRICT. 

J. H. Stanley, P.E. 

(P. 0.. 83 Wilson StreeU Lexlnxton.) 

Boyd*» and Lai res, Rrushus W. 

kirtley. 
Buzzard Roost (P. 0. Moorfleld), to 



to be supplied. 
Corinth ana Ne^ 



INDIANA DISTRICT. 

W. S. RoLuifs, P.E. 

(P. 0.. 713 East Jacob St., LouUville.) 

Anderson and Muncie (Ind.), B. 

«l. Davis. 
Bloomington (Ind.). C, H, Taylor. 
Carmi and Grayviile (111.), to be 

supplied. 
Cleves (0.), Rising Sun and Law- 

rencebuiv (Ind.), J. H, Jackxon. 
Connersville (Ind.), E. D. MiUer, 
Evanaville(Ind.),/ir«dmcifc White. 
Greencastle and Knightsvillo 

(Ind.), 5«)tt Ward. 
Indianapolis (Ind.): Simpson, 0. 

A. Stssel. 
Jefferson ville (Ind.), T. L, Fergu- 
son. 
Lawrenceville and Morris Chapel 

mi.), W. H. Pope. 
Liber (Ind.), to be supplied. 



New Columbus, to be 

supplied. 
Fahnouth, W, H. Brown, 
Flemingsburff, H. W. Tate. 
Ford and Howard Creek, to be 

supplied. 
(Georgetown, /. S, Henry, 
Germantown, W. M. Langford. 
Kinney's Station, Geo. F. Carr. 
Lexington : Asbury Temple, Alex, 

JfeDade. 

Gunn's Tabernacle, W, W, 
Locke, 
Leesburg and Cynthiana, F. W. 

Kennedy. 
Little Rock and Bunker Hill, to be 

supplied. 
Marble Creek and Lane Chapel, to 

be supplied. 
Mi^s Lick and Shannon, A, A, 

Morefield, Wesley Singleton. 
Mount CJarmel, Orangeburg, and 

Tollesborough,G.C. McPheeters. 
Mount Olivet and Milford, to be 

supplied. 
New Providence and College HilL 

H, C. Buckn^. ' 

New Zion, Zack Winchester. 
North MiJdletown, B. J. Strider, 
Oxford^. L. Carr, 
Paris, W. H. Evans. 
Poplar Plains and Neptune, to be 

supplied. 
Ruddle's Mills and Jackstown, to 

be supplied. 
Sharpsburg and Bald Eagle, James 

Bowren, 
Sherburne and Tilton, to be sup- 
plied. 
Versailles, Felix Roes. 
Warrenton (P. O., Lexington), W. 

Hopewell, 
Washington, H, A, SoiUhgate, 
Winchester, Ji, S. Johnson. 



Bedford and Worthville, to be sup- 
plied. 

Chaplin, Charles H. I^ks, 

Frankfort, D. E. Skelton. 

Ghent, John Downs, 

Jeffervwntown, W. H. Riley. 

Jericho and Eminence, to be sup- 
plied. 

Lagrange, B, J, Ward, 

Lebanon Junction. New Haven, 
and Boston, C. T. Lewis. 

Louisville: Coke's Chapel,*./: W, 
Mordand. 
Jackson Street^ L. M, Hagood, 
Lloyd Street, J. 0. Jones. 
People's Churoh, to be supplied. 

Mount Washington and Waterford, 
E. D. Lawrence. 

Owenton, T. F. Williams. 

Pewee Valley, P. P, Fielding, 

Shelbyville, L W, MUls. 

Simpsnnville, Charles Jones. 

Sulphur iind Catupbeilsburg, to be 
supplied. 

Wakeneld, to be supplied. 

Wilson ville and Finchville, T. T. 



LOUISVILLE DISTRICT. 

G. W. Thomas, P.E. 

(P. 0., S28 Linden Street, LoolsrUle.) 

Anchorage and Dorsey's Chapel, 

W. L. Muir. 



Caipenter. 
Woodfork's Chapel,to be supplied. 

OHIO DISTRICT. 
E. W. S. HAimoND, P.E. 

CP. O.,806 RmwU Street, Oovinicton.) 
Au/jpsta, Higjrinsport. and New 

Richmond, N. A. Ellett. 
Batavia and Laurel (0.), to be 

Hupplied. 
Bellaire and Bridgeport (O.), to be 

supplied. 
Catliz (0.). to be supplied. 
Cheviot. Mount Healthy, and Col- 

le^ Hill (O.), to be suppUed. 
Cincinnati (O.), J, F, Moreland. 
Cleveland (0.), to be supplied. 
Columbus (0.),Wr». Johnson. 
Covington, O, W. TAegUr, 
Cumminsvillo (0.) and Lindsey's 

Ctiapel, to be supplied. 
Dayton (0.), Marcus MeCoomer, 
Dover and Aberdeen (O.), Ihris 

Fisher. 
Madisonville and Milford (0.), W, 

B. Harris. ^* 

Martin's Ferry and Mount Pleas- 
ant (0.), Henry Steen. 
Maysville, Joseph Courtney. 
Mechanic8bui|f, Delaware and 

Rush8ylvania(0.), IV. W.Heston. 
North Fork aud Ploasantville, W, 

H. Bloomer, 
Oberlin, (O.), T. L. WUson. 
Portsmouth and Ironton (O.), J, 

H. Payne, 
Ripley (O.), to be supplied. 
SpringfleM (O.),^. W. Simmons, 
Steubeuville (O.), W. C. Echols. 
Troy (O.,) Braxton DanUl. 
Vance burg and Louisa, to be sup- 
plied. 
Walnut Hills (0.), C, J. NiehoU, 
W. H. Vaughn, W. H. Watts, B. 
J. Coleman, and J. F. K. More- 
land, left without appointment to 
attend some one or our schools, 

QussT. 84. Where shall the next 

Conference be held f 

In Lexington. 



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NORTH-WEST KANSAS CONFERENCE, 

Held in MiuDeapolis, Kan. 9 March 26-3 1 9 1890* 



BISHOP FOSS, Presiding. 



R. A. HOFFMAN, Secretary. 



QuB8T. 1. Who are Received by 
TrattJtfer^ aftd from wfuU Con- 
/erettcesif 

David G. Murray, from IHinois ; 
£, T. Stauher, from Misaouri— 2. 

Quest. 2. Who are Admitted on 
Trial r 
Frank C. Lockwood, George W. 
Wheat, Casflius M. C. Thompson, 
Benjamin F. Sogers, Jaokaon F. 
Clark— 6. 

Quest. 8. Who Remain on Trial f 
John P. Allen, George P. Miller, 
Wm. E. Jenkins, Wm. Na8h,Wm. 
F. Swahlen (1886), Fred. N. Cox 
(1888), George W. Morley (1888), 
James F. Johnson (1888), Geoi^ 
L. Tennant (1888)— 9. 

Quest. 4. Who are Discontinued t 
Hiram 8. Plummer. 

Quest. 5. Who are Admitted into 
FiUl Connection f 
John H. Kuhn, Joseph Baker, 
Daniel McGurk, David G. Mur- 
ray— 4. 

Quest. 6. Who are Re-admitted? 
None. 

Quest. 7. Who are Receitfed on 
CredentiaUfrom other Churches? 
John Began, from the Free Will 
Baptist Church. 

QlTBST. 8. What Traveling Preach- 
ere have been elected Deacons f 
John fl. Kuhn, Joseph Baker, 

Daniel McQurk— 8. 

Quest. 9. Wlioi Tnwelina Preach- 
ers have been ordained Deacons? 
John H. Kuhn, Joseph Baker, 
Daniel McGurk— «. 

Quest. 10. What Local Preachers 
have been elected Deacons? 
Hermon P. Colegrove, Geo. W. 
Wheat— 2. 

Quest. 11. What Local Preachers 
have been ordained Deacons ? 
George W. Wheat, Hermon P. 

Colegrove — 2. 

Quest. 12. Who are the Traveling 
Deacons qfthe First Class? 
John H. Kuhn, Daniel McGurk, 
Joseph Baker— 8. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Traveling 
Deacons qftha Second Class? 
George H. Cheney. Thomas J. 
II. Taggart, Silas B. Lucas, Alex- 
ander M. Lett, Andrew J. Mark- 
ley — 6. 



Quest. 14. What Traveling Pea- 
cons AoM been elected Elders ? 
John W. Edgar, Lewis A. Dug- 

ger, Charles VT Penn, George M. 

Glick— 4. 

Quest. 15. What Traveling Dea- 
cotu have been ordained Elders? 



John W. Edgar, Lewis A. Dug- 

S>r, Charles V. Penn, George M. 
Uck— 4. 



Quest. 16. What Local Deacons 
have been elected Elders? 
Isaac Kurtz, John G. H. Armit- 
stead— 2. 

Quest. 17. What Local Deacons 
have been ordained Elders t 
Isaac Kurtz, John G. H. Armit- 
stead- 2. 

Quest. 18. Who are the ^i^wmw- 
merary Preachers? 
W. M. Sedore, H. E. Pickle 
W. H. Mehafly, W. T. Robinson 
J. W. Manners — 6. 

Quest. 19. Who are the Superan- 
nuated Treacher s? 
E. 8. Arlington, L. V. Morton 
—2. 

Quest. 20. Was the Character qf 
each Preaeher Examined? 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 

Quest. 21. Have any Died? 
K. A. Carutbers. 
(See obituary, p. 94.) 

Quest. 22. Have any been Trans- 
ferred^ and to what Cor^ferences ? 
C* W, Caseleyy to Missouri; 
Chas J. English, to Des Moines ; 
S. R, Ferguson, to Upper Iowa; 
M, S. McCoy, to imnoi8-4. 

Quest. 28. Have any Withdrawn? 
None. 

Quest. 24. Have any been Located 

at their own request? 

A. C. Pattee. 

Quest. 25. Have any been Located f 
None. 

Quest. 26. Have any beenpermitted 
to Withdraw under Charges or 
Complaints? 

None. 

Quest. 27. Have any been BtpeUed? 
None. 

Quest. 28. Who are selected for 
Triers of Appeals t 
J. A. Bull, W. A. Matson, L 8. 



Hall. W. R. Allen. A. N. See, F^ 
Gooarich, 0. N. Maxson— 7. 

Quest. 29. WJiot ia the Statistical 
Report for this Cunferem-e year ? 
(See tabulated statement, p. 100.) 

Quest. 80. What is the Conference 
Treasurer's Report for this Con- 
ference year? 
Disciplinary answer not received. 

Quest. 81. What are the Claims 

on the Cof{fei'ence Fund? 

•19235. 

Quest. 82. What has been Received 
oti these (UaiinSy and ftow has it 
been Applied f 

•93I9 

which has been applied under or- 
der of the Conference. 

Quest. 88. Where are the H^ach- 
ers Stationed? 

[These appointments are all In the State 
of Kauaat.] 

CONCORDIA DISTRICT. 

E. P. MiCHEKEB, P.E. 
(P. 0.* Concordia.) 
Belleville, C. L, Shackeiford, 
Belleville Circuit, Jl M, Ryat^ 
Beloit, to be supplied. 
Burr Oak, ./. cf Walker, 
Clyde, G. H. Woodward, 
Concordia, B. T. Stauber. 
Cuba, D. A. Allen. 
Formosa and Cortland, G, L, Ra- 

rick, 
Jewell City, /. ^V. Moore, 
Lebanon, to be supplied. 
Mankato, W, J, Meredith, 
Mankato Circuit, to be supplied. 
Minden, B, F, Rhoade, 
Narca, to be supplied. 
Pottersburg, to be supplied. 
Rice, W, A. Matson, 
Salem, to bo supplied. 
Scandia. G. W. Wheat. 
Scottsville and Jamestown, James 

Flowers, 
Smith Center, R A, Hoffman, 
Solomon Rapids, to be supplied. 
Victor, W. E. Jenkins. 
Warner, to be supplied. 
Wayne and Hollis, A.' J. Marklej. 

ELLSWORTH DISTRICT. 
M. M. Stolz, P.E, 
(P. 0.. SaUna.) 
Brewster, to be supplied. 
Bunker Hill, F. N. Cox. 
Codell, to be supplied. 
Colbv,e7. T, Shackelford. 
Delhi, to be suppliea. 
EUis, W, A. SavilU. 
Ellsworth, J. A, Bull. 
Fremont, to be supplied. 



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GoodUnd, J, C, Dana. 
Qoodland Circuit, to be BOpplied. 
Grainfleld and Grove City, Henry 

DaUon. 
Hays City, T. J. H. Ttggart. 
Bin City, A, D. BeekhaH. 
HoUyrood, C. M. C. Thompson. 
KanopoUs, to be supplied. 
La Blanche, to be supplied. 
LaCfosse, O. W. W%nUrbum. 
Oakley, G. M. Glick. 
Ogollah, to be supplied. 
Palco, to be Hupplied. 
Penoka, to be supplied. 
Plainville, J. Jt. MUier. 
Bansom, to be tiupplied. 
Russell, Z. 0. Uouid, 
Russell SpringH, J. F. Clark. 
Sharon Springii, W. R, LeigK 
Shields, to be supplied. 
Sylvan Grove, L. A, Dugger, 
Wa Keeney, 0. N, Maxaon. 
WaldoandLuray, Jas. F. Johnson. 
Walker, B. F. Rogers. 
Wilson, H, B, BtaUy. 
Winona, William Nash. 

NORTON DISTRICT.' 

£. W. Allen, P.E. 

(P.O., .) 

Achilles, to be supplied. 
Almena, ^'. A, Oreeti. 
Atwood, to be supplied. 
Bird City, to be supplied. 
Blakeman, to be supplied. 
Chordon, to be suppued. 
Densmore, to be supplied. 
Hendon, to be supplied. 
Uoxie, to be supplied. 



Jackson, to be supplied. 
Kcnona, to be supplied. 
Lenora, A. F, Crumbow. 
Logan. W. C. LiUelL 
Long Island, G. L. TennafU, 
Ludell, to be supplied. 
Marvin, M, J, BaiUy, 
IforcaiuT^eorffe NuUon, 
Norton, W, R. Pierce. 
Oberlin. to be supplied. 
Phillipsburg, E. H. Fleiiher. 
Phillips burg Circuit, £. Goodrich, 
Prairie View, A. M. Lott. 
Rexford, to be supplied. 
Saint Francis, /. JS. Hall. 
Sheldon, to be supplied. 

OSBORNE DISTRICT. 
Jamss Boicourt, P.E. 
(P. 0., Oibome.) 
Alton, G. W. Morley. 
Reloit, J. L. King. 
Bristow, £. W. HolUn. 
Cawker City, Joseph Baker. 
Cedarville and Aarra, RexibenBitibee, 
Downs, Isaiah McDowell. 
Gaylord. to be supplied. 
Glen Elder, N. A. Walker. 
Ionia, E. R. Zimmerman. H G, 

Breed. 
Kirwin, }V. K. Lovfhourrow, 
Mattison, to be supplied. 
Osborne, W. R. AUeti. 
Portis, /: D. Funk. 
Reamsville, to be supplied. 
Stockton, A. B. Conwell. 
Webster, J. P. Smith. 
Woodston and Pleasant Plidns, W, 

S, Morrison. 



SALINA DISTRICT. 

J. H. LooKwooD, P.E. 

(P. 0« Salioa.) 

Ada, J. 0. Oaman, 

Bennington, S. B. Lucas. 

Bemardl J. U. Kuhn. 

Brookville, H. L. Semant. 

Culver, /. W. Edgar. 

Delphos, W. L. Vannon, 

Glasoo, E. H. Bail{f. 

Gypsum, E. B. L. Elder. 

Lamar, to be supplied. 

Lincoln, D. G. Murray. 

Lindsborg, A. N. See. 

Marquette, J. P. Allen. 

Mentor, G. P. Miller. 

MUtonVale,iy. M. Mayo. 

Minneapolis, W. H. Sweet. 

Minneapolis Circuit, to be sup- 
plied. 

Salina, F. D. Baker. 

Solomon City, C. V. Pmn. 

Tescott and Beverly, Daniel 
McGurk. 

Aaron Schuyler, Acting President 
of Kansas Wesley an University 
—member of Salina Quarterly 
Conferenoe. 

W. F. Swahlcn, Professor in De 
Pauw University, Greeucastle, 
Ind. 

F. C. Lockwood, left without ap- 
pointment to attend some one 
of our schools. 

Quest. S4. Where shall the nsfxt 

Conference be held f 

In Norton. 



WYOMING CONFERENCE, 

Held in Binghamtoo, N. Y., April 2«7, 1890. 
BISHOP MERRILL, Presiding. MANLEY S. HARD, Secretary. 



Quest. 1. Who are Received by 
Trafufery and from what Con- 
ferences^ 
C. C.'McLean, from Saint John's 

River. 

Quest. 8. Who are Admitted on 
Trial f 
Hiram A. Greene, Willard H. 
Alger, Leonard C. Murdock, 
WnUams T. Blair, Ellison II. Du 
Puy, Charles H. Newing, Moses 
S. Godi»hall— 7. 

Quest. 8. Who Remain on Trial f 

Ira C. Estes, Abraham Scho« 

field. Grant E. Van Woert, Hugh A. 

Williams, Herbert L.Ellsworth— 6. 

Quest. 4. Who are Discontinued f 
None. 

Quest. 6. Wfto are Admitted into 
Ftdl Connertionf 
Burton N. Butts, Fred J. Jones, 
Llovd W. Karschner, John W. 
Nionolson, Arthur Osbom, Samuel 
C. Simpkins, Gideon B. Stone, 
Ohauncy C. Vrooman— 8. 



Quest. 6. Who are Re-odmittedf 

None. 

Quest. 7. Who are Received on 

CredentiaUfrom other Churcftes f 

None. 

Quest. 8. What Traveling Breach- 
ers have been elected Deacons^ 
Fred J. Jones, Loyd W. Karsch- 

ner, John W. Nicholson, Arthur 

Osborn, Samuel C. Smnpkins, 

Chauncy C. Vrooman — 6. 

Quest. 9. What Travelina Pi-each' 
ers have heeti ordained Jjeaeons f 
Fred J. Jones, Lloyd N. Karsch- 

ner, John W. Nicholson^ Arthur 

Osbom, Samuel C. Smipkins, 

Chauncy C. Vrooman— 6. 

Quest. 10. What Local Pi-eachers 
have been elected Decaonsf 
Moses S. Godshall, Ellison H. 
Du Puy, Leonard C. Murdock, 
William J. Keatley, John Landry, 
Louis £. Van Hoesen, James Ben- 
ninger — 7. 



Quest. 11. What Local Preachers 
have been ordained Deacons f 
Moses S. Godshall, Ellison H. 
Du Puy, Leonard C. Murdock, 
William J. Keatley, John Landry, 
Louis E. Van Hoesen, James Ben* 
ninger— 7. 

Quest. 12. Who are the Traveling 
Deacons of the Fird Class f 
Burton N. Butts, Fred J. Jones, 
Llovd W. Karschner. John W. 
Nicholson, Arthur Osoom, Sam- 
uel C. Simpkins, Gideon B. Stone, 
Chauncy C. Vrooman — 8. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Traveling 
Deacons of the Second Class f 
James C. Hogan, Arthur S. 
Holland, William M. Shaw, Hor- 
ace Williston, William H. Bailey, 
Charles B. Personeus— 6. 

Quest. 14. What Ttavdinn Dea- 
ootis have been elected Elaers t 
Geo. F. Ace, Haskell B. Bene- 
dict, John E. Bone, John B. Cook, 
Alex. D. Decker, WUl H. Hiller, 
John L. Thomas — 7. 

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QuMT. 16. What Travslinp Dm- 
co9ts ItoM h^en ot-daifud LiiUrs ( 
Geo. F. Ace, Haskell B. Bene- 
dict, John E. Bone, John B 
Cook, Alex. D. Decker, WiU H. 
Uiller, Jolm L. Thouiiit*— 7. 

QcBST. 16. What Local Deacons 

have been elected Elders t 

John W. Harrifion. 

QiTEST. 17. What Jjoeal Deaanu 

have been ordained Eldenf 

John W. Uarrison. 

QussT. 18. Who are the Super- 
nutMrary Preachers f 
G. M. Chamberlain, Hibbard 
Fox, Georae Greenfield, W. J. 
Judd, C. Hi Jewell, John La Bar, 
G. M. Peck, Y. C. Smith, Miner 
Swallow, Cornelius Sweet, Samuel 
Moore, 8. F. Wright, A. J. Van 
Cleft, G. T. Price, H. B. Cook, 
S. J. Austin, D. A. Sanford— 17. 

QuxtT. 19. Who are the Superan- 
nuated I¥eachertf 
C. S. Alexander, W. W. An- 
drews, Philip Bartlett, H. A. 
Blanchard, Asa Brooks, A by ah 
Brown, William Burnside, \). R. 
Carrier, F. 8. Chubbuck, fl. K. 
Clark, A. £. DanieU, J. M. Grimo», 
Henry HaUtead, A. F. Harding, 
Joseph Hartwell, J. W. Hewett, 
Kiohard IliornH, W. B. Kinney, 
Geort^ W. Leach, George Parsons, 
L. C. PhilllpH, K. S. Kose, H. F. 
Kowe, G. A. Sevemon. Edgar Sib- 
ley. A. C. Sperry, 8. G. Stephens, 
8. W. Spencer, Lyman Sperry, 8. 
M. Stone, W. B. Thomas, S. £. 
Walworth, J. L. Wells, 8. C. Ful- 
ton, Luther Peck, Leonard Cole, 
David Personeus, W. H. Bailey— 
88. 

Quest. 20. Wat the Character qf 
each Breacfier Examined f 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 

Quest. 21. Have any Died f 

W. H. Clin, Wm. Bixby, V. M. 
Coryell, Edmund Dennison, G. C. 
Lewis, Levi Pitts, T. 8. Worden 
— ^7. 

(See obituaries, p. 94.) 

Quest. 22. Have any been TVont- 

ferred^ and to what Conferenceaf 

J. E, Price, to New York. 

Quest. 28. Have any Withdrawn t 
None. 

Quest. 24. Haxe any been Located 

at their own request f 

None. 

Quest. 25. Have any been Located f 
None. 

Quest. 26. Have any beenpermitted 
to Withdraw under Charges or 
Complaints/ 

None. 

QuEiT. 27. Have any been Expelled f 
None. 



Quest. 28. Who are selected for 
Triers cf Appeals f 
C. V. Arnold, D. C. Barnes, J. 
F. Warner, J. K. Peck. C. M. Sur- 
dam, W. L. Thorpe, Y. C. Smith 
—7. 

Quest. 29. WTuU is the Statistical 
Report for this Conference year f 
(See tabulated statement, p. 145. ) 

Quest. 80. WhaJk is the Conjferenee 
Treasurer's Rtportfor this Con- 
ference year/ 
Disciplinary answer not received. 

Quest. 81. What are the Claims 

on Vte Cor\ference Ffuid / 

$8,500. 

Quest. 82. What has been Received 
on these Claims^ and hofo has it 
been Applied t 

$6,450 04, 
which has been applied under or- 
der of the Conference. 

Quest. 88. Where are the iVeocA- 
ers Stationed f 

CTheM appofntinento are all In the State 
of New York, except as oUierwtM 
lndleate<Ll 

BINGHAMTON DISTKICT. 
Thomas Habrouk, P.E. 
(P. 0., Bfaghamton.) 
Auburn (Pa.), W, H, Stang. 
Binffhamton: Centenary, M, S. 
Hard, 
Chenango Street. E, L, Bennett, 
Clinton Street. L, B, Weeks, 
High Street, John Bradshaw, 
Tabernacle, O. M, Colville, 
Brooklyn (Pa.), J. F, Jones, 
Factory ville (raj, 0. L. Severson, 
Fairdale (Pa.), E, P. Eldr^e, 
Franklin Forks (Pa.), to be sup- 
plied. 
Gibson (Pa.), P. R, Tower, 
Great Bend (Pa.), W, R Turner, 
Harford (Pa.), H. A. Greene. 
Hawleyton, to be supplied. 
Jackson (Pa.), to be supplied. 
Kirkwood, «/. S, Lewis, 
Lanesborough (Pa.), C, L, Rice, 
LitUe Meadows (Pu.), G, C, Jacobs, 
Maine, O, L. WilUams, 
Montrose (Pa.), E, L, Santee, 
New Milford (Pa.). J, R Wagner, 
Nicholson and Lakeside (Pa.), H, 

H, Wilbur, 
Oakland (Pa.), to be supplied. 
Randolph, to be supplied. 
Rush (Pa.), G. E. Van Woert. 
South Gibrton (Pa.), to be supplied. 
Springville (PaJ, C, D, Shepard. 
Susquehanna (Pa.), C, M, Sur- 

dam. 
Union, A, F, Chqfee. 
Union Center, J, X. Thomas. 
VcKtal, F. H. PirsoHs. 
WestNichol8on(Pa.),W. H. Alger. 

CHENANGO DISTRICT. 
J. C. Lkacock, P.E. 
(P. 0., Norwich.) 
Castle Creek, N, S. Reynolds. 
Chenango Forks, Levi Jennison, 
Choconut Center, to be supplied. 
Coventry, to be supplied. 
Edmeston, 6\ H. Wood, 



Exeterand Schuyler's Lake, L. W. 

Karschner. 
Garratts ville, to be supplied. 
GilbertBville, G, H. Prentice, 
Greene, C. H. Newing. 
Guilford, William iHsbie, 
Lisle, J, H, Littell. 
Marathon, V. C, Barnes. 
McDonough, C, W, Babcock, 
Morris, E. R D. Briggs. 
Mount Upton, E. N. Sabin, 
New Berlin, M. 8. GodshaU. 
North Fenton. 1. C. Estes. 
N«»rth Norwich, to be supplied. 
Norwich, £. B. (Hmstead, 
Oxford, A, W, Cooper, 
Plymouth, H, O, Blair, 
Preston, Fred J. Jones. 
Shcrbunie, /. N. Shipman. 
Smyrna, A. D. Alexander, 
South New Berlin, to be supplied. 
Triangle, Abraham Schofield. 
Whitney's Point, E. H. Du Puy. 
Willett, to be supplied. 

H0NE8DALE DISTRICT. 
J. B. SuM2mi,<P.E. 
(P. 0., Hooetdale, Pa.) 
Beech Pond (Pa.), C. W, Todd, 
Bethany (Pa.), J^hilip Houek, 
Canaan (Pa.)^ J, H. Boyee. 



Bethany (Pa.) 

Canaan (Pa.), w. **. *^^^. 

Carbondale (Pa.), L,C. Floyd, 

Cariey Brook (Pa.), J. A. Transue, 

Cherry Ridge (Pa.), to be sup- 
plied. 

Clifford (Pa.), Samuel Roman, 

Damascus (Pa.), Arthur Osbom. 

Dunmore (ra.), William Edgar, 

Forest Citv (Pa.), J, H, Weston, 

Hale's Eddy, to be supplied. 

Ilawley (Pa.), O, A. Cure. 

Herrick Center (Pa.). B. N. Butts. 

Honesdalo (Pa.). H. C. McDermoU, 

Jenny n (Pa.), J. F, Warner. 

Laoka waxen (Pa.), to be supplied. 

Lake Como (Pa.), T, M, Furey. 

Moscow (Pu.), 8. C. Simpkins. 

Narrowsbui);, to be supplied. 

North Abingidon (Pa.), Philip Hoi- 
brook, 

Paupack (Pa.), to be supplied. 

Peokville (Pa.), W, B. Westlake. 

Pleasant Mount (Pa.), H*. R. 
Cochrane. 

Salem (Pa.), /. V. NeweU, 

Sterling (Pa.), Joseph Madison. 

Stoddartsville (Pa.), to be sup- 
plied. 

Thompson (Pa.), F, A. Dony. 

Uniondale and Dundaff (Pa.) , WUl 
H, Hitter, 

Waymart (Pa.), A, C, Oliver, 

ONEONTA DISTRICT. 
T. P. Halstead, P.E. 
(P. O.OneoDta.)l 
Aiton, K B. Rirdey. 
Bainbridge, W. T. BUir. 
Cooperstown, T. F. Hall. 
Decatur, to be supplied. 
East Worcester, R. C. QUI. 
Fly Creek, J. S. SouthwoHh. 
Ilarpersville. A. M. Colgrove. 
Hartwick, Egbert Kilpatriek. 
Laurens and Oneonta Plains, W. 

M. Shaw. 
Masnnville. J. H. Taylor, 
McClure, C. C. Vrooman. 
Middlefield, H. A. WUliams. 
Milford, J, W, Mevis, 

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KoTth Sanford, Thomas Burgtu, 
Oneonta, O, //. McAnuUy, 
Osborne Hollow and Port Crane, 

C. V, Arnold. 
Ote«o, C. U, Hay€9, 
Ouaquaga, A. W, Loomis, 
SohenevuSf Francis GendalL 
Sidney, H, £. Benedict, 
Sidney Center, C. B. PerBonena. 
UnadUla, H. k FanVusm, 
Wells Bridge, A. 8. Holland. 
Westford, Abd Wriglev, 
Weetville and Portlana^Ule, to be 

supplied. 
Windsor, £, P, Ripley. 
Woroeeter, Q. F. Aoe. 

OWEGO DISTRICT. 

WiLsoK Tjuhble, P.E. 

(P. 0., WarerlyJ 

Apalachin, M. R. Kerr, 
Athens (Pa.). O. A.Ilacs. 
Barton. ^1. F. £row^. 
Berkshire, 7. J. Smith, 
Camptown (Pa.)* •^^ O. Johmm, 
Candor, W. W. SmUh. 
i>«Bb7, S, B. Kseney. 
Flemingsvllle, /. B, Wikon, 
Harford, 8. D. Oalpin. 
Hombrook (Pa.), /. JL Jiett. 
Le Baysville (Pa.), B, If. J\ue$s. 
Litchfleld (Pa.), to be sapplied. 
Lockwood, J, D, Bloodgood, 
Mehoopany (Pa.), A, J. Cook. 
Meshoppen (Pa.), J. & Sanies. 
Newark Valley, C. H. SaeteU. 
NtchoK 7*. B. Wamoek. 
North Tioga, Zida Evans. 
Orwell (Pa.)l to he sapplied. 
Owego, P. JL Havrzhurst. 



Borne rPa.), J. B. Davis. 
Suyre (Pa.), Stephen Jay, 
Skinner's Eddy (Pa.£ J. 0, Beers. 
Slutersville, Horace Williston. 
South Danby, B. B. Carruth, 
Speedsville, A. Q. Bloon^fUld. 
Spencer and West Danby, Z, P, 

Howard, 
Tioga, to be supplied. 
Waverly, W. L. Thorpe. 
Windham (Pa.), to be supplied. 
Wyalusing (Pa.), A. D, Decker, 

WYOMING DISTRICT. 

R. W. Van Shoiok, P.E. 

(P.O., Kingston, PaJ 

Ashley (Pa.), W. M. HiOer. 

Askam (Pa.), to be supplied. 

Avoca(Pa.),i?:,i>. 7%. 

(^rverton ( Pa.), L. C. Murdoch. 

Centermoreland (Pa. ), J. B, AUen, 

Dallaa(Pa.), ./. A OooJt. 

Eaton (PsL.)^ to be supplied. 

Falls, ^a.), G. B. Stone. 

Forty Fort (Pa.), W. H. Nttherton. 

Harvev's Lake (Pa.), to be sup- 
plied. 

Kingston, (Pa.), /. O. JSekman. 

Lackawanna (ra.), J, H. An^el. 

Larksville (Pa.), to be supplied. 

L^man (Pa.), •/. L. Bacs. 

Luzerne (Pa.). F. A. Kin^. 

Maple Grove (Pa.), to be supplied. 

Mountain Top (Pa.), to be sup- 
plied. 

NaAtiooke (Pa.), Oeorge ForsytK 

Newton (Pa.), A. H. Maryott. 

Parsona (Pa.), B. O. Homed. 

PlttstonJPa.), W, J. HM. 

Pluna (Pa.), /. F, WiUiams. 



Plainsville (Pa.), J. K. I^l. 

Plymouth (Fa.), J. O, Woodruff, 

Pnngleville (Pa.), to be supplied. 

Scranton (Pa.): First Church, 0, 
C. McLean^ J. W. Nicholson. 
Green Ridge, F. A, Clutpman. 
Hampton Street, Stephen MwelL 
Park Pbice, Jonas underwood. 
Providence, if. D, Fuller. 
Simpson, 0. P. Wright. 

Taylorville (Pa.), J. A. Faulkner, 

Tunkhanuock (Pa.), H M. Cry- 
denwiss. 

Wanainie (Pa.), William SeaUey. 

Waverly (Pa.), J. B. Sweet, 

West Nanticoke (Pa.), L. W. P^ck. 

West Pittaton (Pa.), C. A, Be/njor 
min. 

Wilkes Barre (Pa.) : Central, Ay»- 
tin OrMn, 
First Church, W, L. FkUUps, J. 

B, Bone, 
Parish Street, J, N, Les, 
Welsh Bfission, Isaac Jenkins, 

Wyoming (Pa.), O. C. Lyman, 

Yatesville (Pa.), J. C. Hogan. 

L. L, Sjprayue, Principal of Wy- 
oming Seminary — member of 
Kingston Quarteriy Conference. 

S, 8, Kennedy^ Agent of Luieme 
and Lackawanna County Bible 
Society — member of Waverly 
(Quarterly Conference. 

H. L. Ellsworth and D. D, King 
left without appointments to at- 
tend some one of our schools. 

QuBST. 84. Where shall the nexi 

Oot^erencsbsketdf 

In Waveriy. 



EAST GERMAN CONFERENCE, 

Held in Brooklyn, N, Y., April 10-14, 1890. 

BISHOP MERRILL, Presiding. PAUL QUATTLANDER. Secretary. 



Qtrxar. 1. Who are Betdned by 
Transfer ^ and from what Con- 
fereneesf 

None. 

Quest. 2. Who art Admitted an 
Trialf 
Chas. Jordan, Wesley Walter— 2. 

QuxsT. 8. irAo Remain on Trial f 
Ernest Gysin. 

QuiflT. 4. Who art DiscofUiuusdf 
None. 

Quest. 5. Who are Admitted into 
Full Cotineetiimf 
Gottlieb L Bub«;ck, Jaoob Sutcr, 
Qustav llau»ser, Henry VoUborg 
—4. 

Quest. 6. Who are Re-admUledf 
None. 

QuBvr. 7. W?io are Received on 
Credentials from other Churches f 
None. 
Quest. 8. What TravsHng Preach- 
ers have been elected Deacons f 
Jacob Suter, Qustav lUusser— 2. 



Quest. 9. Whai Traveling J^eaeh- 
ers have been ordained Deacons t 
Jacob Snter, Qustav Hauaser— 2. 

Quest. 10. Whai Local Preachers 

have been elected Deacons f 

None. 

Quest. 11. What Local Pteaehers 

have been ordained Deacons / 

None. 

Quest. 12. Who are the Traveling 
Deacons of the First Class f 
Gottlieb I. Bubeckf Jacob Suter, 
Gutttav Huusser, Henry Vollbeig 



Quest. 18. Who are the Traveling 

DeacoHH if the Second Class f 

George H. Geiger. 

Quest. 14. Whai Traffelitta Deo- 
cons have been elected Elders t 
D. Fape, Q. \. Bubeck— 2. 

Quest. 16. Whai Traveling Dea- 
cons have been ordained Eiders f 
D. Pape, G. L Bubeck— 2. 



Quest. 16. What Local Deacons 

have been elected Eldersf 

None. 

Quest. 17. What Local Deacon$ 

have been ordained Eldersf 

None. 

Quest. 18. Who are the SupemU' 

merary Preachers f 

None. 

Quest. 19. Who are the Stq)erast' 
nuaied Preachers t 
F. Q. Grata, J. F. Seidel, Chas. 
Brockmeier, John Swahlen— 4. 

Quest. 20. Wae the Character qf 
each Preacher Ejuaninedf 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 

Quest. 21. Have any Died f 
ChriMtian Blinn. 
(See obituary, p. 96.) 

Quest. 82. Have any been TranS" 

f erred, and to what Conferences f 

None. 



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QuMT.28. Heme any WUhdrawnf 
None. 

QuB8T. 24. Have any hem Located 

at their own reqtteat/ 

None. 

Quest. 26. Heme any bem Located f 
None. 

Quest. 26. Have any beenpermitted 
to Withdraw under Chargea or 
Complaintef 

None. 

Quest. 27. Have any been BxpeUed ^ 
None. 

Quest. 28. Who are eOeeted for 
Triere pf AppeaUf 
W. H. Kunh, F. H. Bey, Louis 
Wallon, J. G. Lute, Sr:, J. J. 
Missmer, Jacob Kolb, Wm. Gies- 
regen— 7. 

Quest. 29. What ia the Statistical 
Heportfor thU Conference year f 
(See tabulated statement, p. 158.) 

QuBST. 30. What is the Conference 
Treaeurer'e RtpoHfor this Con- 
ference yeart 
Disciplinary answer not received. 

QuBST. 81. Whai are the CUOms 

on the Conference Fundf 

•7ftO. 

Quest. 82. What has been Heceioed 
on the^e Claims^ and funo has it 
beeti Applied^ 

$942, 

'Which has been applied under or- 
der of the Conferenoc 



Quest. 88. Where are the Preach- 
ers Stationed f 
CTheae appoiotments are all In the SUte 

5f '^.^TS T^^^' e«c«Pt M otherwise In- 
dicated.] 

NEW YORK DISTRICT. 

Georob Abele, P.E. 

(P. 0.. 930i Hart Street. Brooklyn.) 

Amsterdam, Charles Stocker, 

Boston (Mass.), W, H, KnHh. 

Bridgeport (Conn.), GoUlieb L 

Bubeck, 
Brooklyn : Green Avenue, Henry 
Miller. 
Lorrimer Street, F, H. Hey. 
Wyckoff Street, Phillip Ham- 

diges. 
Yates Place, William Oiesregm. 
Fort Hunter, F. W. Hoppmann. 
Greenfield and Turner's Falls 

(Mass.), John Ffad. 
Hartford (Conn.), Philip Stahl. 
Jerusalem, to be supplied. 
Lawrence (Mass.), H. H. Heck. 
Lon^ Island Citv, to be sup- 
plied. 
Mount Vernon and New Rochelle, 

August Flammann, 
New Haven (Conn.), G, J 

Woerg, 
New York: Fifty-fifth Street 
Fredetick Glenk, 
Fortietli Street and Blinn Me- 
morial, Henry Kastendieck, 
Gustav Hausser. 
One Hundred and Fifty-eiirhth 

Street, G. H. Jiayer, 
One Hundred and Fourteenth 

Street, John Lange, 
Port Muision, G. H. Simons. 
Second Street, Ibul QuaUlander. 
Poughkeepsie. J. O. LuU. Sr. 
Schnectady, J. C. JJeininger. 
Troy, F. W. Boese. ^ 
Yonkers, to be supplied. 



PHILADELPHIA DISTRICT- 
C. F. Gbimm, P.E. 

(P. 0.. .y 

An^lica, G. H. Geiger. 
Baltimore (Md.) : Broadway, J. J. 
Messmer. 
Harford Avenue, to be supplied. 
Light Street, J. G. Lutz, Jr, 
Pennsylvania Avenue, J. D. 

Buffalo: East Street, ^rfam Grothe. 

Mortimer Street, C. H, Hoffragge. 

Northampton Street, to be sup- 
plied. 
Buffalo Circuit, Diedrich Ihpe. 
Dunkirk and Silver Creek, Gustav 

Hobelin. 
Elixabeth (N. JA F. W. Flocken, 
Hoboken and West Hoboken (N. 

J.), A. a GabeUin. 
Jeffersonville. Ernest Gysin. 
Jersey City (N. J.), Jacob Kolb. 

Lancaster and Sweet Home, to be 

supplied. 
Newark (N. J.) : Emmanuel, Loui9 
Wallon. 

Beigen Street, Charles Jordan. 
Pattereon (N. J.), Wm. Schluetcr, 
Philadelphia(Pa.): Girard Avenue, 
Charles Hews. 

York Street and Vineland, Jacob 
Suter. 
Rochester, F. W. Dinger. 

Mission, to be supplied. 
Scranton (Pa.), Gustav Hausser, 

Wesley Walter. ' 

South Scranton, Henry VoUbeig. 

Quest. 84. Where shcdl the next 

Conference be held f 
In Pennsylvania Avenue, Balti- 
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CENTRAL MISSOURI CONFERENCE, 

Held in Springfield, Mo., Marcli 36-31, 1890. 



BISHOP JOYCE, Presiding. 



J. W. JACKSON, Secretary. 



Quest. 1. Who are received by 
Transfer, and from what Con- 
ference f 

None. 

QUMT. 2. Who are Admitted on 
Trial/ 
Charles W. Holmes, Simon E. 
Sanders, James W. Jackson, Frank 
C. Taylor, John H. Noland, Chas. 
E. Thompson, James McBee, t'has. 
W. Howlett, Samuel W. Hawkins, 
Bavmond P. Nelson, Tobias W. 
Fulffhm, M^or A. Johnson, Aus- 
tin H. Iligjrs, Ca^ Holtord (1889), 
Cyrus A. Walker (1889), Wm. R. 
River (1889)— 16. 

Quest. 8. Who Remain on Trial/ 
Elijah P. Geiger, Jol»n T. Nap- 
pcr, James A. Doreey, Thomas L. 
Francis, Benjamin F. McDaniel 
(1888), Dock J. Kennoly (ISS^), 



Wm. M. Divers a888), James W. 
Johnson (1888)— 8. 

Quest. 4. Who are Discontinued f 
Geor;^ W. Lucas. 

Quest. 6. W7io are Admitted iato 
Full Connection f 
Silas P. Johnson, Beverly D. 
Dixon— 2. 

Quest. 6. Who are Re- Admitted f 

None. 

Quest. 7. Who are Received on 

Credthtialsfrom other Churches t 

None. 

Quest. 8. What Travding Preach- 
ere have been Elected Deacons f 
Silas P. Johnson, Beverly D. 

Dixon— 2. 



Quest. 9. Wl»ai Trat^iwf Pi-each- 
ers have beeti ordained Jfjeacons / 
Siliis P. Johnson, Beverly D. 

Dixon— 2. 

Quest. 10. What Local Preachers 

have been eUcted DMoonef 

None. 

Quest. 11. What Local Preachers 

have been ordained Deacotisf 

None. 

Quest. 12. WTio are the Traveling 
Deacons of the First Class/ 
Silas P. Johnson, Beverly D. 
Dixon, Hcnson Baker (1889)» 
Samuel L. Kvans (1889) — 4. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Trawlingr 
Deacons of the Second Class f 
Dennis Peyton (1889), Edward 

Anthony (1889)— 2. 



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QuiflT. 14. What Travdina Dea- 
cons have bten eUcUd Elatn f 
Littleton Thomas, John P. 

Bishop, Win. H. Smith, John W. 

Thomas— 4. 

QuBST. 15. What Travdina Dm- 
eont have been ordained Eiders f 
Littleton Thomas, John P. 
Bishop, Wm. H. Smith, John W. 
Thoma*— 4. 

QtrssT. 16. What, Local Dmeom 

have been elected Sldenf 

None. 

Qcxrr. 17. What Local Deaeone 

have been ordained Elderef 

None. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Supernu- 
merary PreaeJtertf 
John Tate, Edward Anthony, 
Wm. Wheeler, Marion Bell— 4. 

Quest. 19. Who are the Supenm- 
wuUed Preaehgret 
Wm. B. Ashby, Isaac Cato, An- 
thony Coleman— S. 

QuxsT. 20. Woe ihe Charaeter of 
each Preacher Examinedf 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 

Quest. 21. Have any Diedf 
Edgar Pitts. 
(See obituary, p. 116.) 

Quest. 22. Have any been Trane- 

f erred ^ and to what Comferenee f 

None. 

Quest. 28. Have an^ Withdrawn f 
J. D. Evans. 

Quest. 24. Have any been Located 

atiheu^omirequeetf 

J. W. Smnmers. 

Quest. 26. Have any been Located f 
None. 

Quest. 26. Have any beenpermitted 
to Withdraw under Ckargee or 
CompUnntef 

Taylor S. Johnson. 

Quest. 27. Have any been Expelled f 
None. 

Quest. 28. Who are selected for 
Triere of Appeals f 
W. G. Colby, C. M. Keeton, 
Bichard Bush. H. M. MoAlli»ter, 
G. E. Curry, J. J. Clark, Bichard 
Davis— 7. 

QUB8T. 29. What ii the Statistical 

Hepanfor this Conference year} 

(See tabulated statement, p. 176.) 

Quest. 80. What is the Conference 
Treasurer's Report for this Con- 
ference year f 

•1»337 30. 



Quest. 81. Whnt are tJie Claims 

on the Conference Fandf 

$1,000. 

Quest. 32. What hat been Received 
on these ClaimSy and how has it 
been Applied f 

$614 40» 
which has been applied under or- 
der of the Conference. 

Quest. 88. Where are the Bleach- 
ers Stationed f 

[These appointments are all In the State 
of HlasooilJ 

KANSAS CITY DISTBICT. 

W. G. Colby, P.E. 

(P. 0., ManhaU.) 

Beamer and Pilot Grove, B. F. Mo- 
Daniel. 

Butler and Harrison ville, Christo- 
pher Tays. 

Carthage^ Bet^amin Steele. 

Center view, Henson Baker. 

Clinton and Calhoun, R. H. Smith, 

Dresden and Lamont, S.E.Sanders. 

Georsretown and Uoustonia, J. T. 
Napper. 

Hifnpnsville, to be supplied. 

Holden, Silas P, Johnson, 

Joplin and Neosho, Wm, Mo- 
Cutchen, 

Kansas City, C M, Keeton, 

Mission, to be supplied. 

Knobnoster, to be supplied. 

Lexington, Austin Burton, 

Marshall, G. W. Bitten. 

Marshall Circuit, to be supplied. 

Odessa, to be supplied. 

Sedalia: Simpson, to be sup- 
plied. 
Taylor, John W, Jackson. 

Slater and Arrow Bock, Andrew 
Ramsey, 

Sweet Springs, E. M. Taylor. 

Wanensbure, B, />. Dixon, 

Waveriy, John W. Thomas. 

Wellington, to be supplied. 

NOKTH MI8S0UKI DISTBICT. 
B. E. GiLLUM, P.E. 
(P. 0.. Mexico.) 
Auburn, Oeorge Grady, 
Bowling Green. «/. W, Hughes. 
ClarksviUe, to be supplied. 
Columbia, George B, Abbott, 
Curry ville, to be supplied. 
Danville, T. L. Francis. 
East Kingston, to be supplied. 
Fayette, J. S. Cravens, 
Foristell. A. H. Higgs. 
Fulton, Jimiea A. Dorsey. 
Fulton Circuit, to be supplied. 
Glsf^w. Richard Davis, 
Hannibal, Charles W. Holmes. 
Louisiana, George Reeves, 
Mexico, George E, Curry. 
Moberly, Jeremiah Wright 
Montgomery, Alexatider Hubbard, 
North Favette. John P. Bishop, 
Richmond, to oe supplied. 
Saint Charles, Henry South. 
Saint Joseph, J. S. Burton, 
Sebree, to do supplied. 
Shannondale. S. L. Evans. 
Sturgeon and Yates, T, H, Loct- 
wood. 



Troy, John Jdf&rt. 
Warrenton, Maior A. Johnson. 
WellsviUe, W. K. Riverse. 

SAINT LOUIS DISTRICT. 
J. W. Brown, P.E. 

(P. 0.. 1.0M Wash Street, St. Loaia) 
Bridffeton, John H.Noland. 
California, Jamesi W. Jackson. 
De Sota and Crystal City, A, 

Abanatha. 
Farmington and New Tennesse, W. 

H. Smith. 
Fredericktownand &Iine La Motte, 

D. J. Kennoly. 
Greenfield and Stockton, E. P. 

Gei^r. 
Hartville, to be supplied. 
Ironton and Caledfonia, to be sup- 
plied. 
Jeffernon City, William Dawson, 
Lebanon, Mar8lifield,and Iberia, F» 

C. Tavlor. 
Mount Vernon and Newtonia, Lit- 
tleton Thomas, 
Osceola and Humansville, JJartifi 

Reed, 
Pacific, Reedville, and Denmark, 

to be supplied. 
Bolla and Salem, William M. 

Divers. 
St Louis : Baden, to be supplied. 

Carondelet and Lowell, B, Mo- 
Cain. 

Elliott Avenue, J. W. Hill. 

Rock Springs, /: H. Small. 

Wesley Chapel, W.H H, Brown. 
Smithton and Otterville, Denni» 

Peyton. 
Springfield, H, H, McAllister, 
Springfield Circuit, to be supplied. 
Tipton and Versailles, J. W,Btyne. 

[Tbe appointments of tbia District are 
aa in the Sute of Kansas.] 

TOPEKA DISTRICT. 
J. J. Clark, P.E. 
(P. 0., Topeka.) 
Alma and Paxico, Cage Holford. 
Burlingame, to be supplied. 
Chetopa and Oswego, to be sup- 
plied. 
Clay Center, James McBee. 
Dunlap, C. A. Walker. 
Fort Scott and Erie, Raymond P. 

Nelson. 
Independence and Coffoyville, C. 

E.Thompson. 
Kansas City : Saint James, Richard 

Rush. 
Kingman and Saratoga, J. A, Lee, 
Lamed, to be suppli^ 
Manhattan and Wamego, C. W. 

Howlett 
Salina and Abilene, A. W, White. 
Topeka : Asbury, to be supplied. 

Mount Olive, S. W. Hawkins. 
Wichita, to be supplied. 
Winfleld and Wellington, T. W. 

Fulghm. 
James W. Johnson, left without 

appointment to attend some one 

of our schools. 

Quest. 84. W/tere shall the nsx^ 

Conference be heldf 

In Marshall. 



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WASHINGTON CONFERENCE, 

Held in Frederick City, Md., March 13-18, 1890. 

BISHOP FOSTER, Presiding. E. W. S. PECK, Secretary. 



QcKOT. 1. Who are Received ?/y 
Transfer^ and from what Con-' 
fertiice^^ 

None. 

QuxsT. 2. Who art AdmUUd on 
Trial f 
McHenry Naylor, Andrew Til^h- 
man— 2. 

Quest. 8. Who Remain on Trial f 
Sylvester H. Norwood, l^enton 
M. Harris, Stewart Brown, Mat- 
thew W. Clair, John W. Gallo- 
way, John J. Cecil, James £. 
Wniiams, Wm. H. Stewart, James 
W. T. Wilson— 9. 

QUBST. 4. W?io are DUeontinued f 
None. 

QUBST. 5. Who are Admitted into 

Full CoHTteetionf 

Charles IL Arnold. 

QuvST. 6. Who are Re-admitiedf 
None. . 

Quest. 7. Who are Received on 

OredefUialefrom other Chtircheef 

None. 

QX7B8T. 8. What Traveling Pireatik- 

ere have been elected Deacone f 

None. 

QuBST. 9. What Traveling l¥eaeh- 

ere have been ordained Deaoone f 

None. 

QCX8T. 10. What Local Preacher e 

have been deeted Deacone f 

None. 

QuisT. 11. What Local Preaehere 

have been ordained Deacon* f 

None. 

Quest. 12. Who are the Traveling 

Dtaoftin of the Flrxt Claeef 

Charles H. Arnold. 

Quest. 18. 1V7m> are the Travding 
JJeacofis of the Second Claeef 
Edward Moore, Lewis £. S. 
Nash, Joseph Wheeler, Wbe A. 
Prior, John W. Meredith,Wm. H. 
Jones. Juines H. Jenkins, George 
D. Jojinson— 8. 

Quest. 14. What Tratfding Dea- 
cons have been deeted Kldem? 
John W. Colbert, Benjamin T. 

Perkins — 2. 

Quest. 15. What Travelina Dea- 
con* have been ordained Elders f 
John W. Colbert, Benjamin T. 

Perkins— 2. 



Quest. 16. What Local Deacons 

have been elected Elders f 

None. 

Quest. 17. What Local Deacons 

have been ordained Elders f 

None. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Superm^- 
merary Preachers f 
John H. Burley. 

Quest. 19. Who arr the S^peran- 
nuatedPreaehersf 
Wm. Sidney, John Lofn^^ns, Na- 
thaniel Jackson, Phillip Brown, J. 
A. Scott, Stephen Taj*coe, Solomon 
Winff, J. 11. ttundall, G. T. Pinck- 
ney, Matthewine Callender, W. H. 
Dun**en,W. H. Cooke^Washin^on 
Lanffford, R. P. Bell, Wm. C. Coop- 
er, Perr}- H. Matthews— 16. 

Quest. 20. Was the Character pj 
each Preacher Examined f 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 

Quest. 21. Have any Diedf 
Henry Williams. 
(See obituary, p. 118.) 

Quest. 22. Have any been TremM- 

ferredy and to what Conferenemf 

None. 

Quest. 28. Have any Withdrawn f 
Richaxd A. Read. 

Quest. 24. Have any been Located 
at their own request f 

None. 

Quest. 25. Have any been Located f 
None. 

Quest. 26. Have any beenpermitted 
to Withdraw under Charges or 
Complaints f 

None. 

Quest. 27. Have any been Expdied f 
None. 

Quest. 28. Who are selected for 
Triers of Appeals f 
Wm. M. Forman, A. Dennis*, J. 
A. Holmes, R. Hawlcins, B. Brown, 
J. Thomas, R. P. Lawson— 7. 

Quest. 29. What U the Statistical 
Report for this Conference yearf 
(See tabulated statement, p. 185.) 

Quest. 80. What is the Conference 
Treasurer* ft Report for this Con- 
ference year f 

Disciplinary' answer not received. 



Quest. 81. What are the Claims 

on the Cot^erence Pundf 

$5,043 38. 

Quest. 82. What has beenReeeived 
on these Claims, and how has U 
been Applied f 

•1806 50, 

which has been applied under or- 
der of the Conference. 

Quest. 88. Where are the Pireaeh- 
ers Stationed f 

[Tbeie appoinunenti are all In the State 
of Maryiand, except as otherwiae In- 
dlcated.] 

ALEXANDRIA DISTRICT. 

H. A. Carroll, P.E. 

(P.O., Alexandria. Ta.) 

Alexandria (Va.), /. S, Cooper, 

Bedford Springs (Va.) C. H. Ar- 
nold. 

Brownsburg( Va.),ilf. W. Robinson, 

Chamblissbur^ l/*^)) *'• *^* ^^^ 

Chariottesville (Va.), J. H, Valen- 
tifie, 

Fincastle (Va.), W. A. Prior. 

Falls Church (Va.), R, R Martin. 

Leesburg (Va.), W. H. Jones. 

Lexington (Va. ), Joseph Wheeler. 

Liberty (Va.}, S. H. Norwood. 

Lvnchbuig (Va.), RenJ, Rroum. 



Afidddleburg(VaO, W.H. Oaines. 
Mottley»B (Va.), F. F, Sawyer, 
Richmond (Va. ). R, 8. SmUh. 
Roanoke City ( Va.), Henrt/ Sellers. 
Rocky Mount(VaO, J. £. Williams. 
Salem (Va.), G. D. Johnson. 
Thaxton»s Switch (Va.), to be sup- 

W plied, 
aterford (Va.), J. T, Owens, 
WayneBborough(Va.;,/. W. TUus. 
Woodkwn C^.), to be supplied. 

BALTIMORE DISTRICT. 

J. W. Dansbury, P.E. 

(P. 0.. 1708 MnlUken Street.. Baltimore.) 

Baltimore: Ames Chapel, P, O, 
Walter, 
Asbury, E. W. S. Pifch. 
Centennial, J. L, Thomas. 
Eastern Chapel, iS^aciMM^ AquiUa, 
John Wesley, JL P. Lawson, 
Metropolitan, C. O, Key. 
Saint Paul, L. W, Briggs, 
Shaip Street, 8. (?. ^^- 
Waugh Chapel, R, W. . 

Belair, A, D. Valentine. 

Frederick City, N, M. CarrdlU 

Frederick Circuit, J. M. Bean. 

Gettysburg (Pa.), Edward Moors. 

Govanstown and Lutherville, T* 
H, Danebury. 

Gunpowder, icidkiri Lou 
Mission, T. W, Booths. 

Hagcrstown, R, R, Riggs. 

Harford, Danid CoUins. 

Harri8hurg(Pa.), L. £. S. Ntth* 

Hereford, J. H. BaUey. 

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JeiferaoD, to be supplied. 
Lancaster and Colambia (Pa.), F. 

M. Harris. 
LibertYtown, Joseph Henry, 
Kew Market and Fairview, Samuel 

Stown. 
Norfolk and Prinoees Anne (Va.), 

to be BuppUed. 
Northern Neck, (Va.), L, B, Stm^ 

ner. 
Seisterstown, Robert Hawkins. 
Sparrow's Point, to be supplied. 
Westminster, J. H. Briee. 
Wiiliamsport, to be supplied. 

STAUNTON DI8TKIGT. 
W. T. Harris, P.E. 
(P. 0.. Winchester. Ta.) 

Aoffusta (Va.). J. C. Love, 
Charhsstown (Va.), F. F, Wheeler, 
Douglas Grove (Va.), Abraham 

Frankford (W. Va.), ^. F. BeU, 
Front Roral (Va.), T, A. IVhUe, 
Ooahen (Va.), to be supplied. 
Harriwnbur£(ya.),/.ir. Waters. 
HedgesvUle (W. Va.), A. H. TUgh- 

Hill8borough(W. Va.), C. U, Fore- 



Jefferson (W. Va.), M. W. Clair. 
Lewisburg ( W. Va. ), John BameU, 
Lowmoor (W. Va.), Alexander 

BogseU. 
Loyola ( W. Va.). A, C, Steptoe, 
Luray (Va.), J^oA Ayres, 
Mardnsburg (W. Va.), J, H, 

Daitey, 
New Market (Va.), W, R, Datfis. 
Bed Sulphur Springs (W. Va.), ./. 

Bocidngham (Va.), R T. FltrHns, 



Ronoevert^ (W. Va.), W. M, Moor- 
man. 

Shepherdatown (W. Va.), G, D, 
Nickens. 

Staunton (Va.). J. A. Holmes, 

Taloott (W. Va.), W, F, BO- 
terson. 

Union (W. Va.), 8. H. Brown. 

Warm Springs (Va.), W, A, Clax- 
ton, 

Whitehall (Va.), Win$tead CaUo- 
way, 

Winchester (Va.), S. A, Lewis. 

Woodstock (Va.), John W. Mere- 
dith. 

WASHINGTON DISTRICT. 
W. P. Rtdkr, P.E. 
(P. 0., 490 D St.. 8. EL. Washington. D. a) 
Annapolis, Alexander Davis, 
BladensbuT^r, McHenry Naylor. 
BenningH, Affred Young, 
Bowie. Joshua Barnes, 
Brooklyn, J. U. Jenkins. 
Calvert, D, L, Washington, 
(:larksbuig,iVb(^ WatJbins, 
Davidsonville, /. H, Jackson^ 
Germantown, J. W. Galloway. 
Great Mills, PierryMePherson, 
Ellicott City, B, ff, Adams, 
Hunt4ngtown, W. R, J, WiUiams, 
Lothian, N, C, Brown, 
Marlborough, W. W, Foreman, 
Oakville, to tje supplied. 
Patapsoo, i». R, Hughes, 
Pisgah, R. H. Alexander, 
Poolesville, Washington Murray, 
Rockville, Daniel Wheeler, 
Sandy Springs, L. J, Valeniine, 
Severn, T, H, Brooks, 
Shlloh, J?. H. Nugent, 
Silver Springs, Benjamin Myers, 



Washington (D. C), Asbury: J, 
W. E. Bowtn. 

Central, W. O. Cooper. 

Ebenezer, W. H. Draper. 

John Wesley, James Thomas, 

Mount Zion, T, 0. Carroll, 
West River, /. T. Moten. 
White Plains. RobeH Wheeler, 
Woodville, £den Hammond, 

WHEELING DISTRICT. 
Robert Steels, P.E. 
(P. 0.. Olarksbone. W. Va.) 

AUeghaney City (Pa.): Merrill 
Mission, G. W, W. Jenkins. 

Buckhannon (W. Va.), to be sup- 
plied. 

Charieston (W. Va.), Abraham 
Beck. 

Clarksburg (W. Va.), J. A. Reid, 

Cumberland, J. L. Evans. 

Grafton and Fairmouut (W. Va.), 
Bosley Boyee. 

Huntington (W. Va.), Daniel 
Aguula, 

Keyser City (W. Va.), /. W, CO- 

Biansfield (Pa.), G. W, Jackson, 
Moore (W. Vm.), Charles Price, 
Parkersbuig (W. Va.), R, H, 

Robiiison, 
Pittsbuwf (Pa.), J, H. Watson. 
Point Pleasant (W. Va.), to be 

supplied. 
Romney (W. Va.), A. W. Brown. 
Snow Hill (W. Va.), J. W. 8. 

Wilson. 
Wheeling (W. Va.), W. H. Brooks, 

Quest. 84. Where sfmll the next 

Conference he held t 

In Baltimore. 



SOUTH KANSAS CONFERENCE, 

Held In Emporia, Kan., March 13-17, 1890. 



BISHOP FOSS. Presiding. 



JAMES M. ILIFF. Secretary. 



X^TTEST. 1. Who ixre received hy 
Transfer y and from what Con- 
ference ^ 

C. H, Gramlevy fix>m South-west 
Kttisas ; T, C, Sparbmdn and 
Thomas Pingry^ ftom Saint Loub ; 
J, F, Kellogg, from Bock Kiver; 
W. S. Browning, fh>m Indian 
Mission ; S, W, Gamble^ from Ar- 
kansas; R. JB, O^Byme^ ftom 
Kansas— 7. 

QuEOT. S. Who are Admitted on 
Trial f 
Edward M. Duggcr,Thomas M. 
Bell, James D. Skiiggs, Lew W. 
Foster, Wm. E. Putt, Jnmes B. 
McNanr, John W. H. Pyke, John 
W. McKenzie, John R. Blackburn, 
Geo. C. Evans, W. S. Browning 
—11. 

Quest. 8. Who Remain on Trial f 

Robert E. Maclean, Harvey I. 

Dolson, John P. Slaughter (1889), 

Fremont H. Flickenger, John H. 



McNary, Charles Lynch, Harmon 
J. Hoover (1888)— 7. 

Quest. 4. Who are Discontinued f 
None. 

QuEflT. 5. Who are Admitted into 
Full Connection f 
Samuel L. Chase, Larkin Mar- 
tin, James B. Ramsey, Charles W. 
Bailey— 4. 

Quest. 6. Who are Re-admitted f 
None. 

Quest. 7. Who are Received on 
Credentials from other Churches f 
George C. Evans^ from Metho- 
dist Protestant Ciiuroh. 

Quest. 8. What Travtling Preach- 
ers have been elected Deacons f 
Samuel L. Chose, James R. 
Ramsey — 2. 

NOTB.— Whifleld S. Brownlns was 
elected deacon under the mlsMonary 
rule. 



Quest. 9. What Travtlina Preach- 
ers have been ordained Deacons f 
Samuel ' L. Chase, James R. 
Ramsey~2. 

NoTB.~Wlnfleld 8. Brownlnic and Are- 
tiu A. Hyde were ordained deaconi un> 
der the miniooarr rule. 

Quest. 10. What Local Preachers 

have been elected Deacons t 

None. 

Quest. 11. What Local Preachers 

have been onlained Decuionsf 

None. 

Quest. 12. Who are the Traveling 
Deacons of the Firxt Class t 
Samuel L. Chase, Larkin Mar- 
tin, James R. Ramsey, Charles W. 
Builey — i. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Traveling 
Deacons of the Second Class t 
Marcellus £. Goddard, Alexan- 
der R. Maclean, John Maclean, 
Wm. A. Shanklin, Recso B. Kes- 

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tcr, M. L. K. Morgan, H. R. Voll- 
mer (Sup.), James D. Smith— 8. 

Quest. 14. What Travtlino Dta- 
coiui have bMii, eltcted Elders t 
Sandusky A. Day, Joseph K. 

White, Mortimer U. Ramsburg, 



Joseph H. mil- 

QuEST. 15. What Traveling Dea- 
COM ham be€n ordained Elders f 
Sandusky A. Day, Joseph K. 

White, Mortimer u. Ramsburfl:, 

Joseph H. llill-4. 

Quest. 16. What Local Deacons 

Jiave been, elected JCtdere t 

None. 

Quest. 17. What Load Deacon* 
have been ordained Eldertf 

None. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Supernu- 
merary lYeachere t 
Sidney Smith, 8. 8. Weatherby, 
H. R. Vollmer (deacon), C. K. 
Pattee. R. M. Scott, S. J. Brown- 
son. H. Carlyon, John Williams, 
C. A. Snelling, Bernard Kelly— 10. 

Quest. 19. Who are the Superan- 
nuated IVeacheref 
Will Bristow, John Paulson, 
Joseph Robinson, A. B. Walker, 
Boyd Lowe, N. A. Baker, C. 8. 
Jennis, E. A. Graham, Guy^Ham- 
ilton, Allen Buckner, W. H. 
McVey, 0. Bruner, C. W. Swarts, 
G. W. Pye, James Murray, J. M. 
lUff— 16. 

Quest. 20. Was the Character qf 
each Pt-eacher Examined^ 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 

Quest. 21. Jiatfe any Diedf 

H. W. Reed, John McAnulty, 
A. C. Bennett, D. S. Baldwin, 
Murdock M. Campbell— 6. 
(See obituaries, p. 114.) 

Quest. 22. Have any been Trans- 
ferred^ and to wtuU Cottferencesf 
J. L, Longden and J. B. Gibxon 
to Kansas; O, W, Coleman, to 
Holston; Adolphus Chraybeal, to 
Blue Ridge: H, A. Tucker, to 
North-west Indiana ; /. P, Gra- 
ham, to Austin ; W, H. dir war- 
dine, to Rock River ; G. B. Nor^ 
ton, to Japan ; N. F, Tipton, D, 
J. M. Wood, J. W. Fot. and W. S. 
Browning, to Indian Mission— 12. 

Quest. 28. Have atiy Withdrawn f 
None. 

Quest. 24. Have any been Located 

at their own request f 

None, 



Quest. 25. Have any been Located f 
None. 

Quest. 26. Have any been permitted 
to Withdraw under Charges or 
Complaints f 

None. 



Quest. 27. Have any been ExpeiOedf 
None. 

Quest. 28. Who are select^ for 
Triers of Appeals t 
J. M. Payne, Azar McDole, N. 
V. Moore, J. A. Hyden, James 
Murray, R. H. Sparks, Ananias 
Cullison— 7. 

Quest. 29. What is the Staiistieal 
Report for this Conference yearf 

(See tabulated statement, p. 162.) 

Quest. 80. What is the Conference 
D'easurer^s Report for this Con- 
ference yearf 

Disciplinary answer not received. 

Quest. 81. What are the Claims 

on the Cohftrence Fund f 

$4,650. 

Quest. 82. Wliat has been Received 
on theae Chwus, and how has it 
been Applied f 

$2,027, 

wliich has been applied under 
order of the Conterenoe. 

Quest. 88. Where are Ote Preach- 
ers Stationed f 

[These appointments are all In the State 
of Kansas.] 
EMPORIA DISTRICT. 
J. W. Stewart, P.E. 
(P. 0.. Emporia.) 
Altoona, J. K. Whit€. 
Americus, A, W. Wilson, 
Burlington, C. T. Durboraw, 
Cedar Point, to be supplied. 
Climax, to be supplied. 
Cottonwood Falls, John Maclean. 
Coyville, Larkin Martin. 
Dunlap, to be supplied. 
Elmdale and Strong City, R. E. 

Mclean. 
Emporia: First Church, iS.iSiirfl'en^. 

Grace, R. T, Harhness, 
Eureka, Ananias Cullison, 
Eureka Circuit, to be supplied. 
Pall River, e/. B, Seiss. 
Fredonia, N, V, Moore, 
Hamilton, W. E. Putt, 
Hartford, A. R. Maclean. 
Howard,,/. W, Wright, 
Lebo, J. R. Rimisey. 
Madison, M. U, Ramsburg, 
Matfleld, J. R. Blackburn. 
Melvem, H, A, Cook. 
Quenemo, M. L. K. Morgan. 
Reading, />. 5. Morrison, 
SatFbrdville, J. W. McKenzie. 
Severy, to be supplied. 
Strawn, to be supplied. 
Toronto, T, C. Sparkman, 
Virgil, 8, F, Stevens. 
Waverly, G. W, Stafford, 
J, H, Hill, Professor in State Nor- 
mal School — member of First 
Church, £mporia,QuarterlyCon- 
ference. 



FORT SCOTT DISTRICT. 
A. G. RoBB, P.E. 
(P. 0.. Port Scott.) 
Baxter Springs, A. R, Miller, 
Bethel, C. H, OramUy, 
Beulah, M, E. Bramhall, 
Bronson, to be supplied. 



Cherokee, A, L. ScoU, 
Columbus, Hugh JfcBimey, 
Crestline, /A H. Ashbaugh. 
Erie, M. E. Goddard. 
Fort Scott, H, J, Coker, 

Grace, J, F, Kellogg. 
Fulton, /.JF. Whitehead. 
Galena, •/. Jf. Biyne, 
Girard, J, F. Rhoades. 
Girard Circuit, E. M. Du«rar. 
Hallowell, S. W, GambUT 
La Cygne. D, F. HoUz, 
Monmouth, to be supplied. 
Mound City, S. L. Chase, one to 

be supplied. 
Mulbern^ Grove. H. I. Dolson. 
Osaflfe Alission, W. T. F^-seland. 
Parsons, «/. E, Brant. 
Pittsburg, R. H, Sparks. 
Pittsburg Circuit, to be supplied. 
Pleasanton, Thomas Stephenson. 
Redtield, to be supplied. 
Walnut, Thomas JAdzy. 
Weir City, Charles Lynch. 

INDEPENDENCE DISTRICT. 

S. S. MUBPHT, P.E. 

(P.O.. .) 

Altiimont, J. D. Skaggs. 
Caney, W. E. Means. 
Cedarvale, 0. R, BryatU, 
Chanute, S, S. Martin. 
Chanute Circuit, to be supplied. 
Chautauqua Springs, Sanford Snp^ 

der, 
Cherryvale, C. E. Creage>\ 
Chetopa, N. B. Johnson. 
Coffeyviile, J. A. Hydtn. 
Corfey ville Circuit, to i>e supplied. 
Dennis, to be supt>Iicd. 
Edna, to be t*upplietl. 
Elk City, J. W. D. Anderson, 
Galesburg and Thayer, R, M, Oul^ 

lieon. 
Grenola, Isaac Hill. 
Independence, C. R. Rice. 
Labette, Salem Hedges. 
La Fontaine, A. A, Homer, 
Liberty, H. H. Harper. 
Lon^n, M. V, Rdbbins. 
Molme, Bascom Bobbins. 
Mound Valley, W, T, York, 
Neodesha, James Hunter. 
Oswego, R. P. Hammons. 
Sedan and Peru, Fremont H. Flick* 

enger. 
Wauneta, L. W. Foster. 



OTTAWA DISTRICT. 

H. W. Chafeeb, P.E. 
(P. 0., OtUwa.) 
Blue Mound, L. M. Rhoades^ 
Buffalo, to be supplied. 
Colony, S. P. CuUison. 
Fontana, J. H. McNary. 
Gamett, J. B. Ford, 
Greeley. J. A. Showalter. 
Humboldt, Thomas Pingrv, 
loin, A. S. Freed, ^^ 

Kincaid, R. E. (/Byrne. 
La Harpe, J. W. H. Pyke. 
Le Roy, Valentine Staley, 
Louisbursr, .V. A. Day. 
Moron, M esl^ Emerson, 
Mount Ida, T, M. Bell. 
Neosho Falls, G. C. Erans. 
North Ottawa, to be supplied. 
Osawatomie, W, A, Howard, 
Ottawa, E. C. Boas, 
Ottawa Circuit, to be supplied* 

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P»qU, J. H. Priee. 
Princeton. C. W. Baily. 
BiohmODO, J. B. McNanr. 
Somenet, to be suppUea. 
Welda and Aliceville, to be sup- 

V plied. 
Ul'iamsburg, IF. 7. WkiU, 
YatBS Center, Axtr McDoU, 
Yates Center Circuit, J. 8. Budd. 



W. B. BAnuU, Chapluin in State 
Penitentiary— member of Otto- 
wa Quarterly Conference. 

J, W, fKa/iw, Financial Agent of 
Baker University — member of 
Ottawa Quarterly Conference. 

TTm. 8k(ntmbaugh. Missionary in 
the Black Hilk, 8. Dak. 



Wm. A. Shanklin, Reese B. Kester, 
Harmon J. Hoover, John P. 
Slaughter, and James D. Smith, 
iefi without appointments to at- 
tend some one of our schools. 

QuBST. 84. Who-e shall the tiext 

Ooti/erence be hddf 

In Girard. 



SAINT LOUIS CONFERENCE, 

Held in Rolla, Mo., March 19-24, 1890. 



BISHOP JOYCE, Presiding. 



WILLIAM STEPHENS, Secretary. 



Qcxsr. 1. Who art Beeeived by 
Transfer ^ and from what Oan- 
/ereneetf 

B. D, Blacky from South-east 
Indiana ; C. P, Muden^ from New 
York; WiUy Btrry, from Blue 
Bidge; Oeorge H. Oidton^ from 
Arkansas; A. H, MUUr. from 
Pittsburjf; Amii C. Wright, 
from Illinois — 6. 

QussT. 8. Who are Admitted on 
Triair 
Wm. B. Weaver, Melville L. 
Everett, Isaac N. Woodward, 
Marion 6. Bambo. Oeorse M. 
Foster, John H. Huobard, rrank 
P. Leckliter, Otis L. Waite, John 
F. Porter, John W. Needham, 
Benry A. Daugherty, Paul MoAr- 
thur, David L. Walker, Park C. 
Monej — 14. 

Quest. 8. Who Bemaln on Trialf 

Frederick Oetty, John H. 

Adams, Columbus Bradford, Wm. 

St. Bennet^ Bei^amin P. White, 
ohn W. Harwood. Geoige W. 
King, Amzi C. Wright— 8. 

QussT. 4. Who are DiteonUnuedf 
Olin W. Bose. 

QuiST. 5. Who are AdmitUd into 
Full Connection f 

Homer A. Babbitt, John B. 
Pimlott, Eli P. Anderson, Isaac 
Borts, Hervey Smith— 5. 

QussT. 6. Who are B&-admittedf 
None. 

QuxsT. 7. Wfio are Beeeived on 

OredentieiaJ^rom other Chureheet 

NoDe. 

Quest. 8. What Traveling JVeaeh- 
ere have been elected Dwoonef 
John B. Pimlott, Isaac Borts, 

Hervey Smith— a. 

Quest. 9. Whai TraveUng Preach- 
en hone been ordained Deaeonef 
John B. I^mlott, Isaac Borts, 
Hervey Smith — 8. 

Quest. 10. What Local Preachere 
have been elected Deaeonef 
Wm. B. Weaver. Georse M. 
Foster, James C. Beach, Joseph 
Dawson— 4. 



Quest. 11. What Local Preachere 
have been ordained Deacont f 
Wm. B. Weaver, Georjre M. 

Foster, James C. Beach, Joseph 

Dawson— 4. 

Quest. 12. Who are the TraveUng 
Beacons of the Piret Close f 
Homer A. Babbitt, John B. 
Pimlott, Eli P. Anderson, Isaac 
Borts, Hervey Smith, Jasper 
Windbigler— 6. 

Quest. 13. Who are the Traveling 
Beacons of the Second Claeef 
Amor M. Hanunond, Frederick 
B. Price, Oeorge B. Anderson, 
Wm. M. Beatty, Charles R. Wade, 
Wm. F. Jones, Stephen B. Camp- 
bell, Wm. 8. Courtney— 8. 

Quest. 14. Whai Travelino Bea- 
cons have been elected Elders f 
Georae A. Olens, El^ah F. S. 

Darby, Wm. T. Wright, Wm. T. 

Pyle*-4. 

Quest. 16. Whai Traveling Bea- 
cons have been ordaitud Elders/ 
George A. Glens, Elijah F. 8. 

Darby, Wm. T. Wright, Wm. T. 

Pyle8-4. 

Quest. 16. What Local Beacons 

have been elected Elders f 

None. 

Quest. 17. What Local Beacons 

hone been ordained Elders f 

None. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Sujrnnu- 
merary Preachers f 
Samuel Jones, J. N. Pierce, N. 
H. Buck, Thomas H. UawkinH,W. 
T. Pare. Jacob Miller, A. L. Walk- 
er, W. M. Creamei^-8. 

Quest. 19. Who are the Superan- 
nuated Preachers f 
J. H. Vaughn, John Welch, E. 
H. Baird, T. S. Beneficld, Wm. 
De Motte, L. B. Carpenter, M. B. 
Wood, E. A. Porter, A. J. Gaither, 
Bollan Moffatt, Fmncis Bellaine, 
L. W. Munsell, J. K. Tuttle, 
Stanford Ing, Isaac Entwinle, 
Wm. T. Neff, Henry A. Toland 
-17. 



Quest. 20. Was the Character of 
each Preacher Eioamined f 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 

Quest. 21. Ea»e any Biedf 
A. P. Sallaway,B. M.Moigan— 2. 
(See obituaries, p. 118.) 

Quest. 22. Ha»e any been Trans- 
f erred t and to what Conferences If 
T, C, Sparbman, to South Kan- 
sas ; Thomas Plngry^ to Kansas ; 
W. B, Gray, to Minnesota ; Jo- 
seph Dawson, a probationer, to 
North-west Indianar— 1 

Quest. 28. ffa»e any Withdrawn f 
None. 

Quest. 24. Have any been Located 

at their own request f 

C. K. Elliott. 

Quest. 25. Boms any been Located f 
None. 

Quest. 26. Have any beenpermUted 
to Withdraw under Cnarges or 
Complaints f 

None. 

Quest. 27. Bave any been BepeUedf 
None. 

Quest. 28. Who are selected for 
Triers <f Appeals / 
O. B. Jones, C. V. Criss, W. H. 
Reese, B. W. McMarter, Frank 
Leniff, C. J. W. Jones, A. H. 
Ileinlein— 7. 

Quest. 29. What ie the Statistical 
Report far this Conference yearf 
(See tabulated statement, p. 154.) 

Quest. 80. What is the Oor^erence 
Treasurer's Report for this Con- 
ference yearf 

$36,310. 

Quest. 81. What are the Claims 

<m the Conference Fundf 

$«,500, 

Quest. 82. What has been Bce^;ved 
on these Claitns, and how luu it 
been Applied f 

$2,639, 

which has been applied under or- 
der of the Conference. 
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QuiiT. 88. Where are the Preaeh" 

er% Stationed f 
[Tbete appolntmenU are all In the State 

CARTHAGE DISTRICT. 
W. V. Hamel, P.E. 
(P. Om Oarthage.) 
Avilla, to be supplied. 
Carl Junction, Jaaper Wiudbigler. 
Carterville, Jamee Pine, 
Carthage, A, R, Cronoe, 
Carthage Circuit, G. R. Ander- 
son. 
CasAville, Jcunst Lokey, 
Golden City, fF. T, Wrighi. 
Greenfield, W, J, Simmone, 
Jasper, A. M. Hammond. 
Joplin, ff, J/. Hackney, 
Lamar, C. V, Cries, 
Liberal, to be supplied. 
Monett, to be supplied. 
Moundville, to be supplied. 
Mount Vernon, /. J. Martm. 
Nashville, to be supplied. 
Nevada, 8. B. Campbell. 
Pierce City, W. R. Weaver. 
Sarooxie, George A, Olene, 
Seneca, A, Barber, 
South-west City, to be supplied. 

KANSAS CITY DISTRICT. 

0. M. Stbwabt, P.E. 

(P. 0.. StaUoD B. Kansas OityO 

Adrian, C, 8, BetUle, 

Austin and Pleasant Valley, T. M, 

Durham, 
Belton, to be supplied. 
Butler, to be supplied. 
Butler Circuit, W. F. Baker. 
East Lynne, Isaac N. Woodward. 
HnMeUt E. J, Hunt, 
Holden Circuit, to be supplied. 
Hume and Foster, Frederick Getty. 
Independence, B. F, JboU, 
Kansas City: Arlington, Juliue 
Smith, 
Citv Mission, F. B. Price, M. L. 

Everett 
Dundee Plaoe, W, H, Reeee, 
Grand Avenue, J. B. Young, B. 

P. White. * 

Howard Memorial, C, /. W. 

Jonee, 
Independence Avenue, O, W, 

MUler, 
Liberty Street, to be supplied. 
Summit Street, W. S. Courtney. 
Lee*s Summit, to be supplied. 
Oak Grove, Prank ExUy. 
Pleasant Hill, to be supplied. 
Rich Hill, J, B, Brtwington, 

LEBANON DISTRICT. 
L. C. Saffenfielo, P.E. 
(P. 0., RoUa.) 
Buffalo, B, W, McMaster, 
Buffalo Circuit, to be supplied. 
Conway, A. J. Graves* 
Cuba, U. A. Babbitt. 



Dixon, to be supplied. 
Eldron, £. F, S, Darbv. 
HoustoUj^ be suppliea. 
Iberia, W, F, Grundy. 
Lebanon, John Aehley, 
Lebanon Circuit, to be supplied. 
Licking, Oeoar Lunbeek, 
Linn Creek, F. M. Stiekney, 
Marshfield, to be supplied. 
Richland, C. R. Wade. 
RoUa, I. J, K, Lumbeek. 
Roubidoux, to be supplied. 
Salem, to be supplied. 
Sligo and Steelville, to be sup- 
plied. 
Suiliyan, to be supplied. 
Vichy Springs, J. H. Hubbard. 

8EDALIA DISTRICT. 

William Jokes, P.E. 

(P. 0.. Sedalla.) 

Appleton City, W. F. Jones. 

Aullville^ be supplied. 

Clinton, W, K, CoUins, 

Clinton Circuit, to be supplied. 

Eldorado, leaac Jf, Qalbraith. 

Green Ridge, J, W. FinUy, 

Huntingdale, to be supplied. 

Knobnoster, W. Q. Bennett. 

Lincoln and Warsaw, to be sup- 
plied. 

Lowry City, J, W. Cowden. 

Malto Bend, J, B, Daniele. 

Marshall, E. P. Anderson. 

Montrose, /. S. Jhrter, 

Osceola, William Strphene. 

Rockville, Marion G. Rambo. 

Schell City, to be supplied. 

Sedalia: First Church, R. D, 
Black, 
Montgomery Street, J^^ert /ump. 

Smithton and Pilot Grove, W. T, 
Pylee, 

Tipton, Geoige M. Foster. 

Warrensburg, W. T. Lewie. 

Windsor, W. P. Amutrong. 

J, B, Van Petten, Professor in 
Cluverack College and Hudson 
River Institute — member of Fint 
Church, Sedalia, Quarterly Con- 
ference. 

SAINT LOUIS DISTRICT. 
0. M. Martin, P.E. 

(P. 0. aifton Heights, Sahit Louis.) 
Advance, to be supplied. 
Bloomfield, to be supplied. 
Bonne Terre, to be supplied. 
Cape Girardeau, G. W. King. 
De Soto, D, W, Orota, 
Doe Hun, Paul McArthur. 
Farmington, V, F, StiUe, 
Fe>tus^ Gtirrge H, Gideon, 
Fredericktown, to be supplied. 
Graniteville. Cyrus Brough. 
Hillsborough, J. W. Harwood. 
Ironton. Isaac Borts. 
Lutesville, to be supplied. 
Pacific and Cnlvey, WUev I^rry. 
Perry ville, to be suppliea. 



Saint LK>uis: Caroiidelet, B. F. 

Thomas, 

Clifton Heights, C. Bradford. 

Goode Avenue, Frank Lenig. 

Harlem Place and Jennings, 
Samuel Warner, 

Saint Luke, Joseph J/arrie, 

Tower Grove, J. R. Pimlott. 

Trinity, J, P, MarlaU, 

Union, C, P, Masden, 

Water Tower, /. F. Carringian, 

Webster, David L. WalkerT 
Bei^amin St, James lyy. Editor 

of Central Christian Advocate— 

member of Union, St. Louis, 

Quarterly Conference. 
T. H, HaoeHy, Chaplain in Saint 

Louis Evangelical Alliance — 

member of Union, Saint LouiSf 

Quarterly Conference. 
A, H, Jiiller, Pastor Niedringhans 

Memorial— member of Union, 

St. Louis, Quarterly Conferenoe. 
Leander HaUock^ City Missionary 

— member of Union, Saint Louia, 

Quarterly Conferenoe. 

SPRINGFIELD DISTRICT. 
F. 8. Bkoos, P.E. 
(P.O., Springfield.) 
Ash Grove, Mordeeai BeU. 
Ava, to be supplied. 
BilUngf», Park C. Money. 
Bolivar, C, E, Heaton. 
Dadeville, C, D, Fry, 
Fair Play and Stockton, W. F, 

Yeager, 
Gainesville, Otis L. Waite. 
Galena, Henry Threl/all. 
Hartville uiid Seymour, Henrey 

Smith. ^ 

Hermitage and Wheatland, to be 

supplied. 
Humansville, H. A. Daugherty. 
Manon ville. A, H. HeinUin, 
Mountain Grove, W. M. Beatty. 
Ozark and Fonyth, to be supplied. 
Republic, to be supplied. 
Springfield: Benton Avenue, O, 
S. Jones, 

Dailoy Memorial, John F.Porter. 

Grace, G, W, Hugheyl 

Mount Carmel, F. P. Leckliter. 
Strafford, T. R. Knease, 
Urbana, L. H, TVimble, 
West Plains, B, F, January, 
West Plains Circuit, to be sup* 

plied. 
Willow Springs, J. H. Adams. 
Winona, J. W. Needham. 
R, T, Smith, Missionary in Utah. 
J, H, Gilleepie, Missionary in Wy- 
oming. 
Amzi C. Wright, Missionary in 

Central China. 

Quest. 84. Where shaU the next 

Conference be held t 

In Grace Church, Springfield. 



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KANSAS CONFERENCE 

Held in Horton, Kan., March 5, 1890. 



BISHOP FOSS, Presiding. 



C. HOLMAN, Secretary. 



QussT. 1. yVho ar€ Beeeitfed by 
TVon^er, andfrwn what Von- 
Jtnnouf 

T. J. JZtfom, from East Ohio; 
J, L. Longdan^ from Soutii Kan- 
Mis; Hiram A, Dotjf.trom South- 
em IllinoiB ; D. H. Foeburg, from 
North-west Iowa— 4. 

Quest. 8. Who art AdmiUed an 
THalf 
George Angleman, Morton £. 
Stewart, £lmer £. Tarbill, Oeorse 
Knake, Orlando M. Bowman, Mel- 
ville 6. Hamm, Davis L. Mo- 
Creary— 7. 

QussT. 8. Who Rmudn on Trial f 
Abner H. Boyd, Henry B. 
Foster, Albert J. mthan, Thomas 
Mardn, Daniel W. Kainer, Chas. 
B. Young, Charles J. Haraed 
(1887), Leonidas I. MoDougle 
(1888), Francis M. Jackson (1888), 
Wm. A. MoWright (1887), Benja- 
min F. Dice, Chas. 8. Tnoker 
(1887), Thomas Thomson— 18. 

Quest. 4. Who are Discontinued f 
Edward C. Smith. 

Quest. 6. Who are AdmitUd into 
FvU Oonmelimif 
Wm. B. Magg8,Wm. P. Elliott, 
Nathan A. Swiokard. Charles 8. 
Warner, Sanford D. Vmcent, John 
McQuoid, Logan N. Rotors, Al- 
fred 8. Payne, Joseph W. Warner 
—9. 

Quest. 6. Who are Be-admiUedf 
None. 

Quest. 7. Who are Beeeived on 

Credenticdejhfm otktr Churches t 

None. 

Quest. 8. Whai Traveling Preach- 
ere hoM been elected Deacons f 
Wm. B. Maggs, Nathan A. 

Swickard, Sanford D. Vincent, 

Logan N. Bogers, Joseph W. 

Warner — 6. 

Quest. 9. What Thnelina PtreaeK- 
ere have been ordained Deaoonst 
Wm. B. Maffgs, Nathan Swiok- 
ard, Sanford U. Vincent, Logan 
N. Bogers, Joseph W. Warner— 6. 

Quest. 10. Whai Local B-eachers 
have been elected Deacons f 
Henry B. Foster, Thomas Mar- 
tin-*. 

Quest. 11. Wha^ Local Preachtrt 
have been ordained Deacons f 
Henry B. Foster, Thomas Mar- 
tin— 2. 



Quest. 13. Who are the ThweUng 
Deacons of the Rrst Classf 
Thomas Campbell, D. H. Fos- 
borg, Wm. B. Maggs, Wm. P. 
Ell^tt, Nathan A. 8wickard, 
Charles 8. Warner, Sanford D. 
Vincent, John McQuoid, Logan 
N. Bc«en. Alfred 8. Payne, Jo- 
seph W. Warner— 11. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Traveling 
Deacons qf the Second Classf 
Don 8. Colt, EliiiB B. Perry, 
Emanuel J. Baskerville, John £n- 
dioott, Edward L. Thomas, Sam- 
uel £. Betts, Edwin M. Bandall, 
David W. Boss, Wm. B. Steven- 
son— 9. 

Quest. 14. What Traveling Dea- 
cons fuwe been electvd Elders f 
Zsmeis Massey, Levi £. Billings- 
ly, Josiah Marun — 8. 

Quest. 15. What Traveling Dea- 
cons have been ordained Elders f 
James Massey, Levi £. Billings- 
ly, Josiah Martin— 8. 

Quest. 16. What Local Deacons 

have beeti elected Elders f 

None. 

Quest. 17. What Local Deaeotu 

have been ordained Elderef 

None. 

Quest. 18. Who are the 8tq)emu- 
merary Bleachers f 
0. H. CaU, 8. C. Lamb, R. T. 
Baldwin, J. M. Sullivan, J. C. 
Brainard, C. F. Teetor, D. H. 
Foaburg, 8. M. Hopkinn, J. H. 
Colt, J. C. Telford, Wm. Conrad, 
J. H. Green, W. W. Kendall, Wm. 
Friend, W. A. Crawford— 15. 

Quest. 19. Who are the Superan- 
nuaUd Breaehere f 
Nathan Taylor, £. C. Chilson, 
F. W. Meyer, C. K. Jones, Ma- 
noah Woolperi James Shaw, John 
D. Knox, L. D. Price, Wm. Knipe, 
Walter Oakley, J. 0. Roberts, 
Moses Spencer, A. T. Riley, J. H. 
Hawley, B. F. Bowman— 15. 

Quest. 20. Was the CharaOer of 
each Preacher Examined f 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 

Quest. 21. Have any Died f 

Wm. G. Campbell, Nehemiah 
Green. J. W. Graham, Liberty 
Prentice— 4. 

(See obituarie.s, p. 109. ) 



Quest. 22. Haive anybeen Trans* 
ferredy and to what XJoi\fereneesf 
E, F, mU and A, G, Jfurrau, 
to Indian Mission ; £, H, Bailiffs 
to North-west Kansas ; Oeorge 
Winterboume. to Des Moines; 
Cage Holforcf, to Central Mis- 
souri— 5. 

Quest. 28. Have any Withdrawn f 
None. 

Quest. 24. Have any been Located 
at their own reqttestf 
J. £. Glendenning, L. A. Tall- 
man, E. C. Boaz— 8. 

Quest. 25. Have any been Located t 
None. 

Quest. 26. Hone any been permitted 
to Withdraw under (marges or 
Complaintsf 

None. 

Quest. 27. Have any been E^qMUedf 
None. 

Quest. 28. Who are sdeeted for 
Triers qf Appeals f 
A. J. Coe, S. £. Pendleton, J. 
A. Swanev, H. D. Rice, J. M. 
Sullivan, A. 8. Embree, J. Den- 
isou— 7. 

Quest. 29. What is the Statistical 
Report for this Conference yearf 
(See tabulated statement, p. 165.) 

QuzsT. 80. Whai is the Conference 
Treasurer's Report for thu Con- 
ference year f 
Disciplinary answer not received. 

Quest. 81. What are the Claims 

on the Coherence Fundf 

Not answered. 

Qusst. 82. Whai has been Received 
on these Claims^ and how has it 
been Applied t 

•2,950 67, 

which has been applied under 

order of the Courerence. 

Quest. 88. Where are the Preach' 
ers Stationed f 

nniete appointments ar« all in the State 
of Kansas.] 
ATCHISON DISTRICT. 
8. E. Pkitoljbtow, P.E. 
(P. 0.. North Topeka.) 
Atchison, J, W, Alderman, 
Cirdevilte, A. 8. Pavne. 
Coming, L, A, Hibhard, 
Denton, W. B. Maggs. 
Everest, H A. Doty, 
Hiawatha, J. K, MUler. 
Holton, H, D, Rice, t 
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Horton, A, J, Cot. 
Lancaster, c/<>A» TVezm, 
Mayette, M. F. Marth, 
Morrill, a 8. Freark, 
Muscotah, L. N. Bogers. 
Norton ville, Thomas SooU. 
Oneida, C. J. Hamed. 
Powhattan, L. I. McDouffle. 
Bobins'm, Thomas Campbell. 
Sabetha, S. P, Jacobs. 
Seneca, H, E. McBrids. 
Severance^. P, BbUand. 
Trov iind Wathena, J. B. Glbeon. 
Valley Falls, J. O, Fbresman, 
Valley Falls Circuit, Joe. Warner. 
Wetmore, Z. C, Bigas, 
Whiting, to be sappued. 

JUNCTION CITY DISTRICT. 
J. R. Maoisox, P.£. 
(P. 0., Junction Oty.) 
Abilene, TT. H. Zimmerman. 
Broughton, to be supplied. 
Chalk Mound, B. F. Dice. 
Chapman, Frank Hayss. 
Clay Center, Josenhus Collins. 
Clifton. W. H. Underwood. 
Council Grove, John Cook. 
Entei prise, A. J. Nathan. 
Exeter, F. M. Jackson. 
Greenleaf. J: F. Wshb, 
Haddam, J£. B. Perry. 
Herrington, S. £. Betts. 
Hollenburg, B, F. PaarlaU. 
Hope, A. H. Boyd. 
Junction City. j. T, Mayor. 
Linn, W. A. McWriffht. 
Morgan ville and Idana, C. C, 

Jinowlton, 
Parkerville, (i/a<^b<m Brown, 
Skiddy, S. D. Vincent. 
Talmage, D. W. Boss. 
Washington, E. J. Baskerville. 
Washington Circuit, Washinffton 



Wakefield and Milford, Josiah 

Martin. 
Wesley, H. B. Foster. 
White City, C. G. CrysUr. 
Wilsey, E. 0. Bt^mond, 

LEAVENWORTH DISTRICT. 
Edwabd Gill, P.E. 
(P. 0., Baldwin.) 
Argentine, John McOuold. 
Baldwin, J, L. Longaon, 



De Soto, O. W. ffavermaUy C. S. 

Tucker. 
Eudora, William Whitney. 
Gardner, O. H. Houts. 
Glenwood, Thomas Thomson. 
Kansas City: Armourdale, B. 8» 
FinUy. 

Forest Grove, to be supplied. 

Highland Park, W. P. Elliott. 

Washington Avenue, A, H. 
Tefois. 

Wood Street, /. A. SXmpmrn. 
Lawrence, James Marvin. 
Leavenworth : Firat Church, A. 8. 
Embrse, 

Michigan Avenue, Thomas Mar- 
tin. 
Lenexa, /. A, Hvbinger. 
North Lawrence, John Endioott. 
Olathe, D. B. Moors, 
Oskaloosa, L. K, BiUingsly, 
Rosedale, George Angleman. 
Spring Hill, X. A. Morkham. 
Tonganoxie and McLouth, to be 

supplied. 
Vinland. H, A. J\islsy, 
Wellsville, W, J. Osborne, 
Winchester, E. L. Thomas. 

MANHATTAN DISTRICT. 

Jamxs Lawrkkoi, P.E. 

(P. 0.. Maohtitan.) 

Alma. J, S. Smith. 

Axteli and Summerfield, to be sup- 
plied. 

Bcattie, J, F. Dennis. 

Blaine, to be supplied. 

Blue RapidB. E. £. TarbilL 

Centralia, B. B, Brown. 

Eskridge, Jeremiah Btdditon. 

Frankfort, W. L. Morris. 

Green, C. 8. Warner. 

Harveyville, J. B. Zabriskie. 

Haveiisville, B. W. Estep. 

Irving and Bigelow, V. H. Biddi- 
son. 

Leonardville, T. B, Gray. 

Louisville, J. C, Bertihardy M. £. 
Stewart. 

Manhattan, J. A. Swaney, 

Manhattan Circuit, C. N. Biggie. 

Marys ville, B. V. Denning. 

Oketo, to be supplied. 

Olesburg, M. G. Hamm. 

Onaga. James Massey. 

Randolph, George Knake. • 

Riley, C. B. Young. 



Saint Mary's, F. S. AUman, 
Soldier, S. L. Hunter. 
Vermilion, 0. M. Bowman. 
Wamego. H. D. Fisher. 
Waterville, E. H. Birkinson. 
Walerville Circuit, to be »np- 

jilied. 
Westmoreland, J. D. Bradley, 

TOPEKA DSITRICT. 

G. S. Dkabbobn, P.E. 

(P. 0., Topeka.) 

Auburn, T. J. Beam. 

Baldwin, J. A. Matter. 

Burllngame, W. J. MitehelL 

Carbondale, to be supplied. 

Centropolis, John Moorhead. 

Clinton, D. L. McCreary. 

Dover, to be supplied. 

Dragoon, to be supplied. 

Lyndon. Edwin Locke. 

Maple HilL to be supplied. 

Meriden, F. F. Otto. 

Osage City, E. M. KandalL 

Perryville, «/. G. Henderson. 

Pomona, W. B. Davis. 

Richland, Charles Atherton. 

Soranton, John MeQuistoft. 

Silver Lake, W. B. Stevenson. 

Tecumseh, Josmh Denison. 

Topeka: First Church, J. A. Up- 
pincoU. 
Kansas Ave., G, W. Browning, 
Lowman Chapel, 8. O. Oriffis, 
Martin's Church, Calvin Hclman, 
Oakland, Bichard Wake. 
Parkdale, Charles Minear. 
Walnut Grove, J. M. Wilson, 

Wakaruss, D. W. Rains. 

H. A. Gohin, President^ and W, 
A. QuaytSf Professor, in Baker 
University— members of Bald- 
win Quarterly Conference. 

E. W. Van Deventer^ Superintend- 
ent of Nevada Mission. 

P. T. Bhoades, Agent of Epiaoopal 
RcMerve Fund— member ot Low- 
man Chapel, Topeka, Quarterly 
Conference. 

D. S. Colt and N. A. Swickard, 
left without appointments to at- 
tend some one of our schools. 

QuBST. 84. Wkers shall the next 

Conference be heldf 

In Washington. 



MISSOURI CONFERENCE, 

Held in Maryrille, Mo., March 12-17, 1890. 



BISHOP JOYCE, Presiding. 



ISAAC S. WARE, Secretary, 



QuBST. 1. Who are Beesivsd by 
Transfer^ and from wfiat Con- 
ferences f 

Dan. M.Tetter, fVom Rock River ; 
Charles W. Cassly, from North- 
west Kansas; Morden B. Smithy 
from Minnesota: Samuel W. 
Bichards. from South-west Kan- 
sas; CharUs B. Larrabse, 
from South-esHt Indiana; Ed- 
ward G. Alderman^ from Vir- 



finia: Stacy A. Smith, from 
Uinois — 7. 

QussT. 2. Who are Admitted on 
Trialf 
James M. Cames, George T. 
Clark, Eddy L. Jeffers, SUias J. 
Medlin, Maxwell G. Medlin, Wm. 
H. Doyle, Joseph Stephen, David 
Leeper, Reuben P. Cory, John M. 
Miller, Joseph J. Hicks, Edgar O. 



Wells, Henry Rostock, Roes £. 
Huntley, Oscar P. Kutzner, Willis 
W. Wood— 1«. 

QuBST. 8. Who Bemain on Trialf 
Warren A. Phelps, Grant A. 
Robins, John W. Caughlin, Lester 
E. L^wis, Richard M. Winmell, 
WillU E. Smedley, John K. 
Hicks, Clarence L. Jordan, George 
U. Moulton, John D. MondenhaQ, 
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Chwl68 H. Porter, Stmcey A. 
Smith, Bichard L. Smith, Francis 
M. Day—l*. 

Quest. 4. Who wrt DiscmUmtedf 
James A. Gehrett 

QUWT. 5. WAo are Admitted itUo 
Full Oonneetiofif 
Exra Downs, Irvin M. Kinney, 
Haitin Jones, David W. Sli^^r, 
Louis Weber, Bichaid Carlyon, 
Lnoien C. Powell, John W. 
Barnes— 8. 

Quest. 6. Who are /U-admUtedf 
None. 

Quest. 7. Who are Received on 

Cndentiale from other Chmehee / 

None. 

Quest. 8. What Tranding Preath^ 
en have been elected Dwteonnf 
Bichard Carlyon, John Wc 
BameH, Lncien C. Powell, David 
W. Sligar, Bzra Downs~6. 

Quest. 9. What Traveling /Veaeh- 
ere haive been ordained Dea/eone f 
Bichard Carlvon. John W. 
Barnes, Laden C. Powell, David 
W. Sligar, Ezra Downs— 6. 

Quest. 10. What Local I^^eachert 
have been elected Deacons f 
J. D. Mendenhall, Cyrus Plank, 
Lester £. Lewis, Joneph Stephen, 
Richard M. Winmell, James W. 
Williams, Francis M. Day— 7. 

Quest. 11. What Local Preaehtn 
have been ordained Deacons f 
J. D. Mendenhall, Cyrus Phink, 
Lester £. Lewis, Joseph Stephen, 
Bichard M. Winmell, Jameo W. 
Williams, Francis M. Day— 7. 

Quest. 12. Who art the Traveling 
Deacone qf the First Claxsf 
Ezra Downs, Irvin M. Kinney, 
Martin Jones, David W. Sligar, 
Louis Weber, Bichard Carlyon, 
Lucien C. Powell, John W. 
Barnes, Qeorge F. Bundy— 9. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Traveling 
Deacons qftfie Second Classi 
Corydon J. Warner, W. H. La- 

vakc, John J. Lace, Lewis F. 

Harmon, Lewis £. Simes, Edwin 

B. LyUe— 6. 

Quest. 14. What Travdina Dea- 
cons Itave been deeted Elatrs f 
John T. Pierce, Ernent F. A. 

Bittner, Walter B. Kedbum, Chas. 

W. Miller, Benjamin M. Danlbrd, 

Daniel M. Tetter— 6. 

QuKT. 15. What Traxv&na Dea- 
cons Itave been ordained Elders f 
Daniel M. Yettar, Walter B. 
Eedbum, Charles W. Miller, Ben- 
jamin M. Daufbrd, Ernest F. A. 
Bittner— 5. 

^NoTc—ppn W. NIchoto. mlasionarr in 
Ceptimi China, wai pMsed to the list of 
elfoeave elders. 

Quest. 16. What Local Deacotu 

have been elected Elders / 

None. 

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Quest. 17. What Local Deacons 

have been ordained Elderef 

None. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Supemu- 
merary Preachers f 
D. B. Lake, T. P. Hales, Bob- 
ert Devlin, J. B. Sasseen, J. W. 
Kinser— 5. 

Quest. 19. Who are the aupenm- 
Htusted Pireaehersf 

S. O. Anderson, £. Brookman, 
J. T. Boyle, J. G. Thompson, A. 
H. Kotron, S. Hnffinan, T. H. 
HoUingsworth, Z. 8. Weller, W. 
B. Jgy, £. Boaielle, C. AUen, B. 
B. Witton, N. Cordray, H. B. 
Seeley, J. S. Barwiok, E. B. 
Cater, J. B. Noble, J. F. Mess- 
ner, John Wayman, J. B. Grover, 
E. V. Boof, W. H. Turner, A. H. 
Powell, a N. Warner— 84. 
Quest. 20. Was the Character of 
each Preacher Examinedf 

This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 

Quest. 21. Have any Diedf 
A. S. Lakin. 
(See obituary, p. 118.) 
Quest. 22. Have any been Tran*" 
ferredy and to tohat Conferences f 
T, J, Wheat and Bobert A. Har- 
trick, a probationer, to Illinois; 
Ji. Jj. Curl^ to Arkansas — 8. 

Quest. 28. Have Miy Withdrawn f 
None. 

Quest. 24. Have any been Located 
at their omt request f 
John L. Blanohard. 

QxJWt,^5. Haffe any been Located r 
None. 

Quest. 26. Have any been permiUed 
to Withdraw under Charges or 



Complaintef 

None. 

Quest. 27. HamanybeenET^fwUedf 
J. H. Dobbs. 

Quest. 28. Who are edeeted for 
Triers qf Appeals f 
N. M. Enyeart, B. L. Thompson, 
A. H. Powell. O. S. MidiUetonTj. 
H. Poland, John GilUes, G. W. 
Norris — ^7. 

Quest. 29. What U the Statistical 
HepoHfor this Conference yearf 
(See Ubukited statement, p. 167.) 

QuBST. 80. Whai is the Conference 
Treasurer's Report for this Con- 
ference yearf 

$9,777, 

Quest. 81. What are the Claime 

on the Conference Pundf 

$5,350. 

Quest. 82. What has beenEeeeived 
on these ClafmSy and how hoe it 
been Applied^ 

$1,983, 

which has been applied under or- 
der of the Oouferenoe. • 



Quest. 88. Where are the Preach' 
ere Stationed f 

rrhete appolntmonts are all lo the State 
of MlMoarL] 
CHILLICOTHE DI8TBICT. 
W. F. Claytok, P.K. 
(P. 0.. Cameron.) 
Banner, to be supplied. 
Bogard, J. W. Barnes. 
Bosworth, W. M» Brown, 
Braymcr, C. H, John, 
Breokenridge. M, H, EuUer. 
Blue Bidge, Geo. T. Clark. 
Cainsville, E, F, A, Bittner. 
Carrollton, £. B. Lytle. 
Chillioothe, W, Ji. Sapp, 
ChiUioothe Circuit, /. Chivingiom, 
Gault, G. A. Bobins. 
Hale, B. F. Warner, 
Hamilton, /. T, Pierce, 
Hamilton Circuit, to be supplied. 
Harris, L. F. Harmon. 
Jamoeport, R, L, Jamieon. 
Kidder, J. W. Caughlan. 
Kingston, Z, V, lemond, 
Luzerne, to be supplied. 
Princeton, V. A. Preseon, 
Bavanaand Mercer, Thomas Event. 
Spickards. to be supplied. 
Saint Paul, to be supplied. 
Trenton, /. H. Cox, 
Utica, James M. Cames. 
Winston, O. W, Norris, 

HANNIBAL DI8TBICT. 

F. M. Gbmh, P.E. 

(P. 0., Maoon City.) 

Berler and College Mound, to be 
supplied. 

Bowling Green, 8, D. Kendall, 

Brookfleld, C. W, Casely. 

Centralia, Geo. F. Bundy. 

Clarence, L. E. Simes. 

Glasgow and Brunswick, iV. 8hu» 
mate, 

Hannibal: Broadway, J, H, I^ 
land, 
Hope Street, C. H. Porter. 

Laclede, T, J. Ferril, 

Louisiana, W, C, Eeuter, 

Macon City, C. H. McDermond, 

Marceline, C. B, Larrabee, 

Meadville, Martin Jones. 

Mendon, W. A. Phelps. 

Mexico, a, S, Middleton, 

Moberlv, J. W, Anderson, 

Bothville, J. D. Mendenhail. 

Shelbina, Bichard Carlyon. 

Truxt/>»i, Kenry Enstoclc. 

Vandalia and Laddonia, to be sop* 
plied. 

Wolls-^He, Geo, W, Orabe, 

West Hartford, Eddy L. Jeffers. 

Loui« Weber, President of Lewis 
College — member of Glasgow 
Quarterly Conference. 

e/. C, Homy President of McGee 
College— member of Bevier and 
College Mound Quarterly Con- 
ference. 

KIBKSVILLE DI8TBICT. 
Thomas A. Cakadt, P.B. 
(P. 0., KirksvlUe.) 
Athens, David Leeper. 
Atlanta, 8. W, Jones, 
Brashear, to be supplied. 
Browning, «/; E, Butledge, 



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Downing, Silas J. Medlin. 

Edina, Henry CrampUm. 

Olenwoodj Samuel Knupp. 

Granger, Joacph Stephen. 

Green City and Green Castle, C. 
a Luce, 

Kahoka, B, M, Danford, 

KirksvUle, J. M, Often, 

Ktrksville Circuit, J. «/. SmiU^, 

La B«ille and Newark, to be sap- 
plied. 

Liwcaftter, Samuel OarotAsra, 

Linnens, S, W, RichanU, 

Memphis, J. M. Ihrker, 

Memphis Circuit, L. E. Lewis. 

Mihin, H. M. Winmel. 

Novelty, C. W. Campbell 

Novinger, WilliMm H. Dovle. 

Queen City, to be supplieo. 

Sand Hill, to be suppued. 

Unionville, B. T, Stauber, 

UnionTlUe Circuit, W. L. Scull. 

MARYSVILLE DISTKICT. 

OSOAB DSSHLBB, P.B. 

(P. 0., BlarrirUle.) 
Barnard, to be supplied. 
Burlington Junction, 1. M. Kinney. 
Clearmont, Eri Edmondt, 
Craig, to be supplied. 
Denver, to be supplied. 
Graliam and MaiUand, to be sup- 
plied. 
Grant City, H, T, Robine, 



Hopkins, W. B. Bedbum, 

Maryville. D. M. Tetter, 

Maryville Circuit, Joseph J. Hicks. 

Mound City, John J. Lace. 

Pamell and Sheridan, J, A, Still, 

Pickering, J. K. Hicks. 

Quitman, John M. Miller. 

Kock(K>rt, Reuben P. Cory. 

Skidmoro, to be supplied. 

Sunberry, leaae S, Weu^ 

Tarkio, Ji, L, Tkompmm, 

Watson, W. H. Lavak. 

Westborough, J. 8, Wilmm. 

0, H. Smith, President of Mary- 
ville Seminary — member of Ma- 
ryville Quarterly Conference. 

SAINT JOSEPH DISTRICT. 

J. J. BKlfTL«T, P.E. 
(P. 0., SsTaonah.) 
Albany, M. F. Sapp. 
Bethany. T. J. Enveart. 
Bimiingnam, G. H. Moulton. 
Cameron, John Oilliet. 
Coffeysburg, D. W. Sligar, C. L. 

Jordan. 
Darlington, Ross £. Huntley. 
Eogleville, Ezra Downs. 
Edgerton, P, L, Hooker, 
Fairport, 0. P. Kutzner. 
Fillmore, C, W. Miller, 
King City, A, J. Brock, 
Martinsville, to be supplied. 
Maysville, Ji, B, Smith, 



Oregon, C. J. Warner. 

O-born, W, R, Bnyeari, 

Plattsburg, A\ M, Enyeari, 

Rosendale, E. O. Wells. 

Savannah, C*. T. PhiUipe, 

Savannah Circuit, to lie supplied. 

Stewartsville, to b© huppliea. 

Saint Joseph: Fin»t Church, £. H. 
Bruninaugh. 
Saint Paul, W, H, Welton, 
Second Churqh.iB'. tf . Alderman, 
Wyatt Park, WilHa W. Wood. 

Union Star, L. C. Powell. 

J, W, Hud<m, President of Mis- 
souri Wesleyan Institute — mem- 
ber of Cameron Quarterly Con- 
ference. 

Francis M. Day, Missionary in 
Wyoming. 

A. H, Owmetf Misiionary in Ari- 
sona. 

Don W. yichde^ BOssionory ia 
Central China. 

Stacy A. Smithy Miaslonaiy ia 
West China. 

R. L. Smith, Samuel Taylor. S IL 
Beno, Jamee O, Taylor^ W, B, 
Chrikiej and WiUis X. Smedley, 
left without appointments to at- 
tend some one of our schools. 

Quest. 84. Where $haU the ttexC 

Coe^erenee be hddf 

In Brooklleld. 



CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA CONFERENCE, 

Held in Carlisle, Pa., Marck 19«26, 1890. 
BISHOP FOSTER, Presiding. D. S. MONROE, Secntaty. 



Qtjxst. 1. Who art Received by 
Tranter ^ and from v/iot Con- 
ferencuf 
Wilford P. Shriner. thirdyear, 

from Holston; Franklin W.Welch, 

second year— 2. 

QuisT. 2. Who art Admitted on 
Trialf 
George Meek Glenn, John Wes- 
ley Glover, William James Sheaf- 
fer, Henry Trovorton, Frank Wai- 
Bon Leidy, Edwin L. Eslinsrer, 
Alford L. Miller, Jacob H. Diebel, 
George 8. Comp, Georse Emory 
Smith, Bobert M. Sny »er, Free- 
man 8. Vought, W. H. Miller— 13. 

QuvsT. 8. Who Remain on Trialf 
John C. Young, Henry A. 
Straub. Richard Brooks, I^oiah J. 
P^eeser, Almon W. Hontx, Charles 
W. KisbeU, John S. Souser— 7. 

QuBST. 4. Who art Dieeontinued f 

None. 

QuBST. 6. Who art Admitted into 
Full Oonneetionf 
Wm. A. Leploy. Wm. T. 8. 
Deavor, James E. Weeks, J. H. 
Morgart, Robert T. Whiteley, 
Fra&l'm W. Welch, Aujgustus C. 
Forsoht, Wilford P. Shrmer— 8. 



QuBST 6. Who are Re-admitted f 
None. 

QuxsT. 7. Who are Received on 

CredentiaUfhmt other Churehetf 

Freeman S. Vought, first year. 

QussT. 8. What Traveling Preaeh- 
era have been elected Deacone f 
Wm. A. Lepley, Wm. T. 8. 



DeaTor, James E. Weeks, J. H. 
Morgtirt, Robert T. Whiteley, 
Franklin W. Welch, Augustus C. 



Forscht, Wilford P. Sliriuer— 8. 

Quest. 9. What Travding Preach- 
ere have been ordained Deacons f 
Wm. A. I/-pley, Wm. T. 8. 

Deavor, James £. Weeks. J. H. 

Morgart, Robert T. Whiteley, 

Franklin W. Welch, Augustus C. 

Forscht, Wilford P. Shrmer— 8. 

Quest. 10. What Local Preachert 

have been elected Deacon* f 

James T. Richardson. 

Quest. 11. What Local Preachert 

have been ordained Deacons f 

James T. Richardson. 

Quest. 12. Who are the Traveling 
Deacotu of the PXret date f 
Wm. A. Lepley, Wm. T. 8. 
Deavor, James E. Weeks, J. H. 



Morjnut, Robert T. Whiteley^ 
Franklin W. Welch, Augustus C. 
Forscht, Wilford P. Shriner— 8. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Traveling 
Deacone qf the Second Claenf 
Orlando G. Heck, George Trach, 
Bamet H. Hart, James B. Stein, 
Vaughn T. Rue, Fletcher W. Bid- 
die, Elton H. Wallace, Ellsworth 
M. Allen, Jeremiah B. Breime- 
man, Wm. H. Carhart— 10» 

Quest. 14. What Travelina Dea- 
cone have been elected Eldertf 
Simpson G. Evans, Lorenzo D. 
Ott, lliirman II. Crotsley, Robert 
H. Stine, Charles A. Biddle, 
Samuel P. Boone, William Brill, 
John R. Melroy, John W. Forest 
—9. 

Quest. 15. What Traveling Dear- 
cone have been ordained Elder tf 
Simpson G. Evans, Lorenzo D. 
Ott, Uarman H. Crotsley, Robert 
H. SUne, Charles A. Biddle, 
Samuel P. Boone, William Brill, 
John R. Melroy, John W. Forrest 

QuBOT. 16. What Local Deacons 
have been elected Eldertf 
Lyman J. Muchmore, John C» 
Young — 2. 

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QussT. 17. What Local DmteonM 
have been, ordaineil Eldenf 
Lyman J. Machmore, John C. 
Youngs— 2, 

QuxflT. 18. Who are the Super- 
Humwary Pteaeheref 
T. A. ElUott, J. H. McCord,D. 

B. MoOloeky, N. W. Colburn, 
Wm. E. Hoch. J. U. 8. Clarke, 

C. W. Marehall, J. W. Leokie, C. 
W. Barnley, J. W. Olewine. J. R. 
Aken, L. A. RudisUl, J. A. Wood- 
cock. O. L. Heck, L. S. Crone, J. 
Z. Lloyd, J. C. Clarke, Wm. H. 
Norenxw, L H. Torrenoe, A. D. 
McCloekv, G. B, Ague, A. W. 
Gibeon. «J. J. Pe^iroe, G. W. Dan- 
lap, U. 8. MendenbaU, F. H. 
TubbH, W. W. Carhart, B. H. 
WhurtoD, M. L. Smith, Amos S. 
Baldwin, John Vrooman — 81. 

Quest. 19. Who are the Superan' 
Huated Prtacheref 
Thomas Tanneyhill, A. M. 
Kester, George Berkatrouer. Wm. 
Schriber, J. P. Bobb, Thomas 
• Greenley, Wm. L. Spottswood, B. 
£. Kelley, B. H. Creyer, John 
Morehead, J. W. Uooghawout, 
John Stine, Daniel Uartman, W. 
A. MoKee, George Guyer. J. T. 
Rothrock, Wm. Henry Stevens, 
Thompson Mitchell, G. H. Day- 
Id. 

QuBST. 90. Wa» the Character qf 
each Preacher Examined f 
This was fitrictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 

QcxtT. 21. Ha94 any Died f 

A. D. Yocum, Oliver £^, J. 
Benson Akers, Alem Bnttaiu, 
Franklin Gearhart, James T. Wil- 
son — 6. 

(See obituaries, p. 116.) 

QussT. 88. Ham amy been Tran^ 

ierredy and to what Oor^fereftceM f 

S» E. Meaeenger^ to Oregon. 

QuBST.Sd. Ha»e any Withdrawn f 
None. 

QuxsT. 24. Have any been Located 

at thtir own reqtuetf 

None. 

Quest. 25. Have any been Located f 
None. 

Quest. 26. Ham any been permitted 
to Withdraw wider Chargee or 
Complaintef 

None. 

Quest. 27. Have any been ExpeUcdf 
None. 

Quest. 28. Who are fleeted for 
Triere qf Appeals f 
8. Creightcm, J. Cums, F. B. 
Riddle, W. W. Evans, S. W. 
Sean, S. M. Frost, S. C. Swallow 
—7. 

Quest. 29. What i$ the Statistical 
Rtpiyrtfor this Conference ytart 
(See tabulated statement, p. 150.) 



QUBCT. 80. WhA is the Conference 
Treasurer's Report for this Con- 
ftrenceyearf 

Disciplinary answer not received. 

QuBST. 81. What are the Claims 

on the Conference Fundf 

Not answered. 

Quest. 82. What has been Received 
on these Claims^ eutd how has it 
been Applied f 

Not answered. 

Quest. 88. Where are the Preach- 
^ erestationedf 

[These appolntmenti are sll lo the State 
of PennsjIvaDia.] 

ALTOONA DISTRICT. 

B. B. Hamun, P.£. 

(P. 0., Tyrone.) 

Allegheny, to be supplied. 

Altoona: Chestnut Avenue, A. R, 
Miller. 
Eightli Avenue, /^ R, Bender, 
Firth Avenue, R, H Colburn, 
First Church, D. S. Monroe, 
Simpson, R, E, Wilson, 

Altoona Circuit, L, F. Smith, 

BcUofonte, W, A. Houck, 

Bellewood, J. B. Stein. 

Birmingham, Wm, Britt, 

Clearfield, O, D, Pmepacker, 

Coalport, to be supplied. 

Curwensville, Q, f, Oray, 

Duncansville, i?. N. Minnigh, 

Glen Hope, Bruce Hughes. 

Half Moon, A, P. Wharton, 

Hastings, to be supplied. 

Hollidaysburg, E. T. Swarts, 

Uoutzdale, W, F. D, Noble, 

Howard, U, B, King. 

Irvona, Geo. Traoh. 

Lumber City, C. A, Biddle, 

Martinsburg and Woodberry, A, 
W, Guyer. 

Mileaburg and UnionTille, O, W, 
Bouse. 

Morrisdale, to be supplied. 

New Washinfftouj JV, B, SnUth, 

Osceola, if. C. Piper, 

Penn'u Valley, Owen Hicks, 

Phillipsburg, J. //. MeOarrah, 

Pine Grove, A. L. Miller. 

Pleasant Gap, to be supplied. 

Port Matilda, J. C. Young. 

Ramey, F. S. Vought. 

Roaring Springs, F. M. Welch. 

Shawsville, F. W. Leidy. 

Snow Shoe, to be supplied. 

Tyrone, Oeo. Leidy, 

Walbiceton, E. W, Wonner, 

Warrior's Mark, .A W, Ely, 

Williamsburg, K, Shoemaker, 

Woodland, J, F, Anderson, 

West Clearfield, E, H, Witman, 

DANVILLE DISTRICT. 

JOHW DOXAHUE, P.E. 

(P. 0.« Bloomsborg.) 
Ashland, W, C. Bobbins. 
Beauh Haven, O, V, Savidge, 
Benton. S, P, Boone, 
Berwick, B. H, Mosser, 
Bloomsburg, S. W. Sears. 
Buck Horn, J. R. Melroy. 
Catawissa, Wm. Moses, 
Catawissa Cirouit, If. H. Smith, 
Centralia, W. McK. Reiley. 
Conyngham, J. H. Mortimer, 



Danville: Sunt Paul's, F. B, Rid- 

dU. 

Trinity, Q. M, Klepfer, 
Elynbui^. W. A. Lepley. 
Espy and Light Street, W, R, 

Whitney, 
Excehiior, R. T. Whiteley. 
Freeland'B, J: W, Bedford, 
Gordon, P. F, Eyer, 
Harveyville, W, 8. Hamlin. 
Hazleton : Saint Paul, «/. B. Shaver. 

Diamond, to be supplier 1. 
Joansville and Audenried, M. L, 

Drum. 
Jerseytown, A, W. Decker, 
MifiEl'mville, 0, 8. Mettler, 
Mount Carmel, W. O. Fergueon, 
Muhlenburg, to be supplied. 
Nescopeck,^. T. 8. ifaivor. 
Northumberland, J. D. W. Deavor, 
Orangeville. John Homing, 
Riverside, J. W. Glover. 
Rohniburg. H. A. Straub. 
Schloyerviile, H. B, Fortner. 
Selinsgrove, Q. M. Lamed, 
Shainokin, J. B. Jblsgrove. 
Shickshinnv, W. H, EeUh, 
Silver Brook, to be supplied. 
Snydertown. E. M, CfMlcoat, 
Stockton ana Beaver Meadow, B. 

P, King, 
Sunbury, W. V. Oanoe, 
Town Hill, E, O. Baker, 
Trevorton, Jon, Ouldin, 
Weatherly, H. M. Ash, 
West Shainokin, to be supplied. 
White Haven, A MaUalteu, 
H. A. Curran, Professor in State 

Normal School — member of 

Bloomsburg Quarterly Conf. 

HARRISBURG DISTRICT. 
H. C. Pardoe, P.E. 
(P. 0., Hsrrid>arff.) 
Airville, S. A, Creveling, 
Carlisle, W, W, Evans. 
Chambersburg, R, H. OUbeH. 
Dillsbuig and Wellsville, R, L, 

Armstrong. 
Duncannon, O. M. Hoke. 
Fairview and Marysville, E. M. 

Allen. 
Fort Littleton, A. C. Forscht. 
Gettysburg, J, R, Dunkerley. 
Greenoostle, J. B. Brenneman. 
Green Village, 0, A, Singer. 
Hanover and New Oxford, C, T. 

Dunning, 
Harrisburg : Curtin Heights, to be 
supplied. 

Fifth Street, G. W. Stevens, 

Grace, £. H. Yocum, 

Ridge Avenue, S. C. Swallow, 

St. Paul's. A. S. Bowman, 

Thirteenth Street, B. F. Stevens. 
Lewisberry, to be supplied. 
Licking Creek, to be supplied. 
Littlestowu, M. J. Rtmnyon, 
Liverpool, E, White, 
McConnelUbui^, W, A. Carver, 
Mechanicsburg, W, C. Hesser, 
Mcrcersburg, J. B. Graham, 
Mont Alto, J. H. Diebel. 
Mount HoUy, J. W. Buckley. 
New Oumberhind, T. L. Tomp- 

kinson, 
Newport, J. T. Shannon, 
Newville and Pine Grove, J,^Ech' 

ersley. 
Shippensburg, J, K, Fisher, 

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Shrewnbury, J, P. Bmfard, 
Btewartstown, A, B, Hooven. 
Waynesboroufrh, J. B. Mann. 
WrL^btBville, J, A, De Movir, 
York: Duke Street, A, Ji, Bar- 
niU, 
First Chnroh, B, C. OonMr, 
PrinoMB Street, V. T. Boe. 
Ridge Avenue, £. I^ Ealioger. 
West Street, / F. KmrUt^ 
York Springs, J, W, IbrrmL 
H, C, Whiting^ Professor In Dick- 
inson College— member of Car- 
lisle Quarteny Conference. 

T, 8. FTaoew, Superintendent of 
Conference jBools Room — mem- 
ber of Qrace ChnrohfHarrisborg, 
Quarterly Conference. 

JUNIATA DISTRICT. 
M. K. Foster, P.E. 
(P. Oh HontlDcdon.) 
Alum Bank, G. .8. Comp. 
Bedford, if. L. Smy$er. 
Blaine, J. 8. Souser. 
Burnt Cabins, H. Trevorton. 
Cassville, F. Adanu^ R. M. Snyder. 
Clear%Mlle, to be supplied. 
Concord, J. C\ Mumper ^ one to be 

supplied. 
Enni»ville, J. K, KnUeUy, 
Everett, J. H. Black. 
Hopewell, /. N. Moorhtad. 
Huntingdon, Jamet Oum$, 
Lewistown, J. Max Lanlz. 
Logan, /. M. Johnston. 
Manor Hill, J, R. King. 
>f cOonnellstown, /. R. 8Mp€. 
McVeytown, W. R, PUshen, 
Mifflintown, 8. M. Froti. 
Mount Union, C. L. B&n$ooter, 
New Bloomfleld, R. H, SUne. 



Newton Hamilton, P. P. Sirmpit^ 

iki. 
Orbisonia, W. ff. SUvmi. 
Petersburg and Alexandria, C. V. 

Haruiu. 
Port Royal, J. A. Mattem, one to 

be supplied. 
Ray*s Hm, £. H. Wallace. 
ReedsviUe, L. />. OU. 
HtJUMLJ. K. Llogd. 
Schellaburg, W. M. Bowdm. 
Shirleysbuig, F. W. Biddle. 
Thompsontown, B. H. Hart 
Three Springs, J, L. LiUieh. 
Wagner, G. £. Smith. 
West Huntingdon and Mill Creek, 

J. F, Bnntngton. 
Wolftburg, J. C\ Brawn. 

WILLIAMSPORT DISTRICT. 

W. A. Stkphkks, P.E. 

(P. 0., Winiantfport.) 

Austin and Costello, M. H. Oral%- 

Uy. 
Benezette, to be supplied. 
Clarkstown, L J. Reeser. 
Cogan Valley, 8. Ham. 
Du Boiiitown, M. P. OrotthwiiU. 
East Lock Haven, 8. B. Evant. 
Emporium, /. W. Rene, 
Emporium Cireuit, to be supplied. 
Fairview, O. G. Heck. 
Great Island, J. H. Morgart 
Hoytsville, K. Brooks. 
Hughes^ille, H. L. Jaeobi, 
Hyner, to be supplied. 
Jamestown, W. J. Sheaffer. 
Jersey Shore, E. M. Stevem. 
Leidy, to be supplied. 
Lewisburg, />. ff. Shield*. 
Liberty Valley, W. P. Shriner. 
Lock Haven, J, A. Woody Jr. 
Loyalaook, to be supplied. 



Lycoming, R. 8. Taylor. 

MifBinbtug, Oeorge Warren. 

MiU HaU, Jamti Hunter. 

Millon, Richard JHnOe. 

Montandon, J. W. Ftwkt. 

Montgomery, H. F. Oarm. 

Montonrsville, A, E. Taylor. 

Munoy, A. R, Lambert. 

Muncy Valley, J. F. Olate. 

Peni^eld, L. M. Brady. 

Picture Rocks and Kedron, J. £• 
Weeks. 

Ralston, T. 8. Fiiu$. 

RenoTO, J, P. Moore. 

Salladsburg, ^. Lambereon. 

Salona and liamar, J. 8. Beyer. 

Sinnemahoning. /. Heehman. 

Three Runs, to oe supplied. 

Waterville, to be anppued. 

Watsontown, W. W. Reeet. 

Westport, J. C. Wilhelm. 

Wharton, to be supplied. 

Williamsport: Fourth Street, 8. 
D. Wileon. 
Grace, /. B. Bell. 
Mulberry Street, if. L. Oanoe. 
Newberry, E. E. A. Deavar. 
Pine Street, 8. Crtighton. 
South Williamsport, Q. M. 

Glen. 
Third Street, E. H. Sehenek. 

S. J. Gray, President of Williams- 
port Dickinson Seminary. 

A. W. Hontz, Missionary to deaf 
mutes. 

W. H. Miller and C. W. Kishell, 
left without appointments to at- 
tend some one of our schools. 

QUBST. 84. Where shall the next 

Conference be held f 

In Sunbory. 



NEWARK CONFERENCE, 

Held in Newark, N. J., April S-S, 1890. 



BISHOP NEWMAN, Presiding. 



JOHN F. DODD, Secretary. 



QuBST. 1. Who are Received by 
Trantfert and from what Con-' 
ferenoeef 

Samuel B. D. Prickitt, from 
Virginia; Wm. Redhefer, ftom 
PhiUdelphia: NeUon A. Mae- 
nichoUy from New Jersey — 8. 

QUBST. 2. Who are Admitted on 
Trial/ 
Robert F. Hayes (1886), Wm. 
8. Brown, Andrew Henry, Peter F. 
Mead« David D.Eaton, Frank Lon^ 
botham. Win. 8. Newsom, Whit- 
field C. Timbrell, Wm. A. Knox— 9. 

QuvsT. 8. Who Remain on Trial/ 
John P. McCalM) (1885), Fred- 
erick 8. Simmons, Ellis F. Fowler, 
Charles F. Netfleship, Wm. B. 
Judd, Richard F. Bayliss, Martin 
L. Rhodes— 7. 

QuBST. 4. WhoareDieeonHnuedf 
None. 



Quest. 6. Who are Admitted into 
F*tU Connection/ 
Clifford E. Scott. James C. 
Howanl, Walter C. Kinsey, David 
T. Howell. Wm. R. A. Pahnor, 
John 0. Wmner, Jr.— 6. 

QnvST. 6. Who are Re-admitted/ 
None. 

QussT. 7. Who are Received on 

Credentidltfrom other Churchee / 

None. 

Quest. 8. What TraveUng Preach- 
ers Tittve been Reeled Deacons f 
Walter C. BUnsey, David T. 

Howell, John 0. Wmner, Jr. — 8. 

Quest. 9. What Traveliiua Pteack- 
ers ham been ordained Veaoont f 
Walter C. Kinsey, David T. 
Howell, John O. Winner, Jr. 
—8. 



Quest. 10. What Local Preachere 
have been elected Deacons f 
Richard F. Bayliss, Lewis Q. 
Griffith, Wm. H. Benford. John 
L. Ricliards, James A. Hensey, 
Martin L. Rhodes, William B. 
Judd, Andrew M. Shea, Will- 
iam 8. Newsom, John H. Bell 
—10. 

Quest. 11. What Local Preachers 
have been ordained Deacons / 
Ridiard F. Bayliss, Lewiit G./ 
Griffith, Wm. H. Benford, John 
L. Richards. James A. Hensey, 
Martin L. Rhodes, Wm. B. Judd, 
Andrew M. 8hea,Wm. S. Newsom, 
John H. Bell— 10. 

Quest. 12. Who are the Traveling 
Deacons qfthe htrst Class/ 

John M. Baxter (1888), Walter 
C. Kinsey, David T. Howell, John 
O. Winner, Jr.— 4. 

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QUKST. 18. Who are the Tron/ding 

Deaeofu qf the Second Clauf 

None. 

QUBST. 14. What TraweUng Dea- 
cons ?utve bemdided Xldertf 
George P. Eokman. John W. 

Byder, Wm. B. A. Palmer, Jaoob 

A. Cole— 4. 

Qu«ST. 15. What Tra»elina Deo- 
eun» have been ordained Elder ef 
GeoTse P. Eokman. John W. 

Kyder, Wm. B. A. Palmer, Jaoob 

A. Cole— 4. 

Non.~Loaii F. Bowman was paiied 
to the Ust of effBottve elden. 

QussT. 16. What Loeal Deaoom 

have been e/eeUd Elderef 

Wm. C. Jason. 

QUBST. 17. What Loeal Deacons 

have been ordairted Elderef 

Wm. C. Jaaon. 

QUXST. 18. Who are the Supernu- 
merary Pi'eaehertf 
3ilartin Herr, Benjamin O. Par- 
vin, John N. Crane, Albert H. 
Brown, Ambrose B. Compton, 
Thomas Bawlinga, Cyrenius A. 
Wambaogh, Oeorge W. Treat, 
laaac W. Cole, John B. Mathis, 
Walter Chamberlin, Geoige F. 
Apgar, Bichard Thomas. Theo- 
dore D. Frazee, Jaoob r. Fort, 
Amos U. Bell'Wj Samuel B. Boo- 
ney, John A. KiDffsbury, Biohard 
Vanhome, John L. Uayea, Thoa. 
H. Smith— U. 

QuiST. 19. Who are the Svperamr 
nuated Preaeheref 
John S. Porter, Josiah F. Can- 
field, BeqlamiD Day, Abel M. 
Woodworth, Thomas 8. Bedriok. 
Daniel £. Frambes— 6. 

QuBST. 90. Wa» the Character of 
each I¥eacher Examined f 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Pn;acher was called 
in open Conference. 

Quest. 21. Have any Died f 
Crook S. Vandeve. 
(See obituary, p. 101.) 

QCTBST. 22. Have any been Tratte- 

fen-edt and to what Cor^erenees / 

George W. WoodaU, to Troy; 

B. D, Weelon, to New York Eaj»t; 
John H. Fraser, to Noxth Ne- 
braska— 8. 

QU28T. 28. Have any Withdrawn f 

Nonou 

QuBar. 24. Ham any been Located 
at their own reqneet f 
Charles H. Tatraan. 

QVCST. 25. Have any been Located f 
None. 

QUB8T. 26. Have any beenpermitted 
to Withdraw under Chargee or 
Complaintef 

None. 



QussT. 87. Have any been ExpeOedf 
None. 

QuBST. 28. Who are eeUeted for 
Triere of Appeals f 
Charles B. Barnes, Charles S. 
Byman, Louis C. Muller, Willuun 
Eakins, James B. Fatdks, Henry 
Spellmeyer, Sylvester N. Bebout 

Quest. 29. What is the Statietieal 
Report for thU Conference year t 
(See Ubukted statement, p. 187.) 

Quest. 80. WhaJlieihe Conference 
TreoMurei^e Report for th%e Con- 
ference yearf 
DisdpUnary answer not received. 

Quest. 81. What are the Claime 

on the Confe.retiee Fund / 

$10,990 72. 

Quest. 82. What hoe been Received 
OH theee Ctaime^ and how hat it 
beenAppliedf 

$10,93« 72, 

which has been applied under or- 
der of the Conference. 

Quest. 88. Where are the Preadh' 
ere Stationed f 

[Th«M sppolntmeDtt are an hi the State 
of New JerM7, exoepi as otherwlM In- 
dicated.] 

ELIZABETH D16TBICT. 

A. L. Beige, P.£. 

(P. 0., 54B Jeffenon Aveooe, BUsabeth.) 

Asbury and Bethlehem, H. L. 

Bhoades. 
Bloomsbury. J, E, Hanoock, 
Bound Brook, R, Johfie. 
Centerville, to be supplied. 
Clinton, 0, R, CoU. 
Cokesbury and Califon, Henry 

Bice, 
Cranford, W. B. Judd. 
Dunellen, J. W, Seran. 
East Millstone, to be supplied. 
Elixabeth: Fulton Street, X. H, 
Dunn. 

Park Church, /Van* 8. Cook- 
man, 

Sunt James, E. W, Burr. 
Everettstown and Mount Salem, 

W. C. Khisey. 
Finesville, to be supplied. 
Flemington, C. S. Kyman, 
Frenchtown, M. T. Gibbe. 
Hiffh Bridge and Lebanon, 8. D. 

Decker. 
Junction and Glen Qardner, J. C. 

Howard.. 
Kingwood and Boeemont, to be 

supplied. 
Linden, 8. P. Lacty. 
Mechaniosville. W\ W. Voorheee. 
Metuohen, F. S. Simmons. 
Milford and Little York, Andrew 

HeniT. 
Mount Horeb, W. H. Hagaeriy. 
Mount Zion, to be supplied. 
New Dover, to be supplied. 
New Gcrnuintown and Fairmount, 

John C. Hall. 
Norton and Patenburg, H D. Op- 
dyke. 
Perth Amboy, W. E. Makeetee. 
Plainaeld, C. B. MUcheU. 



Quakertown, 8. H. Jonee, 

Bahway: First Church, B. F. 
Haves. 
Second Church, C. F. Hull. 

Baritan, J. A. Cole. 

Koselle, to be supplied. 

Scotch Plains, to oe supplied. 

Sergeantsville, W. F. Randolph, 

Somerville, W. M. Trwmhower. 

Stanton and Allerton, M. 8, Lamf 
beH. 

Staten Island (N. Y.): Asbury, 
A. M. Harrie. 
Bethel, W. B. Wigg. 
Grace. G. E. LUtU. 
Kingsley, /. G. Johneton. 
Mount Zion, William S. Brown. 
Saint John's, N. Vanmnt. 
Saint Mark's, E. V. King. 
Saint PauPs, J. R. Bryan. 
Summerfleld, YK. 8. McCowan. 
Trinity, D. B. F. Randolph. 
Woodrow, ,/. 0. Winner, 8r. 

Westfleld, Weeley MaHin. 

Woodbridge, M. L. Gatee. 

J. L. Hurlbuty Corresponding Sec- 
retary of Sunday-^hool Union 
and Tract Society— member of 
Plalntield Quarterly Conference. 

W. H. MeComUek^ Conference 
Temperance Agent— member of 
Perth Amboy Quarterly Confer- 
ence. 

JERSEY CITY DISTRICT. 

D. R. LowBiE, P.E. 
(P. 0.. 272 Third Street, Jersey City.) 

Allendale, T. H. Jacobue. 
Alpine, J. B. Heard. 
Aroola, J. W. Young, 
Barry viUe (N. Y.), D. D. Eaton. 
Bayonne: Mattison, J. H. Eg- 
beH. 

Monroe Memorial^ ^.X. Wileon, 
Blooiningdale. /. Ttndail, 
Campgaw, to be supplied. 
Centerville and Greenville (N. Y.), 

W. H. Careon. 
ColevUle, D. W. Rt/der. 
Deckertown, W. M. Johneton. 
Englewood, E. H. Conklin. 
Gamerville (N. Y.), to be sup- 
plied. 
ILickenswick : Asburv, J. W. DoUy, 

Fir8t Church, J. B. Daniels. 
Ilaveretraw (N. Y.), J. B. Faulke. 
liilljMlale and Pearl River, J. F, 

Andrew. 
Hobokeni First Church, C. R. 
Barnes. 

West Hoboken and Morning 
View, W.H.RuseeU. 
Hohokus. A. J. Conklin. 
Jersey City: Centenary, John 
Kranta, 

Emory, L. C. Muller. 

Grace, E. C. Dutcher. 

Hoddiuff, W. C. Snodgraes. 

Janes, S. D. Jones. 

Lafavette. P. G. Blight. 

Linden Avenue, W. P, George. 

Palisade, E. y. Craeto. 

Saint Paul's, Daniel Halleron. 

Simpson, William Eakins. 

Trinity, John Crawford. 

West bide Avenue, John Athifi- 
son. 
Midvale, to be supplied. 
Montvale and Saddle Biver, J. M. 

Baxter. 

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Now City (N. Y.), to be BuppUod. 
New Foundland, Henry LUtz, 
Nyack (N. Y.), W. S. Galloway, 
Oaklaud Valley (N. Y.), to be sup- 

Ot?8vilie (N. Y.), 8. D, HarrU, 
Piermont (N. Y.), W. W. VantUr- 

hoff. 
Port Jervis (N. Y.), J^ B. Taylor, 
Rockland Lake (N. Y.). J^ H, 

Piper, 
Saint George (N. Y.). J, A, Craig, 
Sparrowbush and Mongaup (N. 

Y.), F. Longbotham. 
Spring Valley (N. Y.), -R 0, Bow- 
land, 
Stony Point (N. Y.), /. ^^ Van- 

MfU, 

8afferen8{N.Y.),<?. CMouUdaU. 

Thielta (N. Y,),L, T, Janet, 

Vernon, D. T. Howell. 

Wesley Chapel and Monaey (N. 
Y,), to be supplied. 

"West Town and Unionvllle(N. Y.), 
CAarlet Maybury, 

Wortendyke, •/. 8, GiOteH, 

T, n, LandoHy Prineipal Borden- 
town Military Institute — mem- 
ber of Uedding, Jersey City, 
Quarterly Conference. 

N, W, Clari, Professor in Martin 
Mission Institute, Frankfort-on- 
the Main, Germany — member of 
Englewood Quarterly Conter- 
enoe. 

NEWARK DISTRICT. 
Sanfobd Van Bknschoten, P.E.* 
(P. 0., 17 Hawthorn Ave., Kast Orange) 
Arlington. B, 8, Jamiton, 
Basking Ridge, Q, T, Jackson, 
BeUeTiJle, 7; O. Mayham. 
Bemardsville, C, C, Winant, 
Bloomfleld. Jt B, ColUm, 
Chatham; Joekua Mead, 
Chester, to be supplied. 
Clinton and Pine Brook, E. F. 

Fowler. 
Danville and Bockawuy Valley, 

C. H, Snyder, 
East Orange: Calvary, Henry 
Spellmeyer, 

Ferry, R. F. BayliHs. 

Sanford Street, to bo supplied. 
Franklin. A, M, J^mer. 
Green Village, to be supplied. 
Hilton, JTp. McCabe. 
Irvington, 8, K, DoolittU. 
Livingston, to be supplied. 
Madison, J. I, Boewell, 
Maplewood, J, L Morrow, 
Mendham, Albert Cain, 
Montolair: First Church, J, A, 
Owen, 

Saint Mark's, to be supplied. 
Morristown, /. E, Adame. 
Newark : Centenar>-, W. L, Hoag- 
land. 

Central. F. C. Iglehart, 

Doshiell Memorial, P. C. Bateom. 

Davis Memorial, J. A, Gutter- 
idge, 

De Groot, R, M, AyUeworth. 



Newark: Eighth Avenue, C, 8, 
Woodruf, 
Franklin Street, W, H, Ruth, 
Halsey Street, A. A, MaeniehoU, 
Roseville, J, M, Meeker. 
Saint John's, W, R. A, Bdmer, 
Saint Luke's, Albert Mann, Jr, 
Saint Paul's, C, W, Btreone, 
South Market Street, C. F. Net- 

tleship. 
Trinity, O, F, Diekineon, 
Union Street, F, C, Baldwin, 

New Providence, R, B, Loekwood. 

New Vernon, to be supplied. 

Orange: First Church, F, A. Ma- 
eon, 
Saint John's, to be supplied. 

Panippany, to be supplied. 

Peapaok, W, C, ^eUon, 

South Orange, G. P, Eekman, 

Springfield. M. C, Reed. 

Summit, F, M, Garton. 

Verona, R. 8. Amdt. 

Watsessing, FlbeH Clement, 

Whippany, to be supplied. 

H, A, ButU. President of Drew 
Theolofficitl Seminary— member 
of Madison Quarterly Conf. 

/. M. Freeman, Assistant Editor 
of Sunday-School and Tract 
Publications — member of Mur- 
ristown Quarterly Conference. 

J, n, Knowlet^ General Secretary 
and Editor of Publications of 
the American Sabbath Union- 
member of Saint Paul's, Newark, 
Quarterly Conference. 

S. L, Baldwin^ Recording Secre- 
tary of the Missionary Society- 
member of Saint Paul's, Newark, 
Quarterly Conference. 

Charles 8, CoU, Corresponding 
Secretary of Centenary Fund and 
Preachers Aid Society — mem- 
ber of Saint Paul's, Newark, 
Quarterly Conference. 

Jeremiah Cowins, Agent of New- 
ark Conference Historical Socie- 
ty — member of Franklin Street, 
Newark, Quarterly Conference. 

PATERSON DISTRICT. 

S. P. Hammond, P.E. 

(P. 0.. 9B0 Park Avenoe, Paterson.) 

Anderson, H. J, HayUr, 

Andover, J. H, TimbreU, 

Belvidere, W. R, Keifer, 

Blairstown, C, E, Walton. 

Boonton. Enoch Meachfm, 

Branchville and Frankford Plains, 
J, \V, Ryder, 

Broadway, W. S. Newsom. 

Buttzville and Free Union, Will- 
iam Redhefer, 

Columbia and Hainsburg, A, L, 
Smith, 

Coolbaugh (Pa.), JV. J, Brown, 

Dingmans (Pa.), C. E. Scott. 

Dover : First Cliurch, Wm, Day. 
Second C\iurc\i,Frederick Bloom. 

Flanders and Drakestown, Will- 
iam Stout. 



Glen View, to be supplied. 
Hackettstown, G, W, Smith. 
Hainsville and Centerville, Peter 

F. Mead. 
Harmony and StewartsvUIe, W. 

C. Timbrell. 
nibemia, J, W. BarreU. 
Hope, David Walters. 
Hurdtown, to be supplied. 
Johntonburg, to be supplied. 
U Fayette, G, H, Wtkans, 
Little Falls, •/./:/>M2(f. 
Milford (Pa.), Cornelius Clark. 
Millbrook, F, J. Tomlinson, 
Mont vi lie, to be supplied. 
Mountain View, W. A. Knox. 
Mount Bethel, to be supplied. 
Mount Hermon, 8, B, 2>. PHdbitL 
Mount Hope, J. O. Winner, Jr. 
Newton, J, R, Wright. 
Oxford, Isaac Thomas. 
Passiao, J, B. Brady, 
Patenon: Crues Street, ^^«eanitf«r 
Craig, 

Embury, H. M, Simpson. 

Grace, J, W, Marshall. 

Market Street, J, A, Munroe. 

Paterson Avenue, Tliomas HaXL 

Prospect Street, Solomon Agr^ 
sons, 

Suint Philip's, to bo supplied. 

Simpson, A*, a. Boyd, 

Trimty, J, V. Jackson. 
Paterson Circuit, J. H. Robertson, 
PhilliDHburg : Finjt Church, S. N. 

Wesley, T, E, Gordon, 
Port Colilen, to be supplied. 
Port Morris, to be supplied. 
Port Oram, Charles Larew, 
Rfickaway. William McCain, 
Rutherford, C, M, Anderson, 
Sparta, George Miller, 
Stanhope and Waterloo, yathaniel 

Brooks, 
Stillwater, to be supplied. 
Succasunna, T, S. Hayyerty, 
Summcrfield, to be supplied. 
Swartswood, to be supplied. 
Tebo, to be supplied. 



Tranquillity, yi26«rf yanDeusen. 
Vienna and T 
Bowman. 



1 Janes Chapel, L, F, 



Walpack Center, to be supplied. 

Washington, M, D, Church, 

G, H. Whiineu^ President of Cen- 
tenarv CoUotfiate Institute — 
member of Huckettstown Quar- 
terly Conference. 

S, Tomcf and J. J, Economoff^ 
missionaries in Bulgaria. 

T, H, Stockton, missionary in 
South America. 

F. D, GameweU, Missionary in 
China. 

Charles F, Sitterley, left without 
appointment to attend some one 
of our Bcliools. 

Quest. 84. Where shall the next 

Conference be held? 

Referred to the presiding elders 

with power. 



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55 



BALTIMORE CONFERENCE, 

Held in Cmnberlandy Md., March 5-1 19 1890. 



BISHOP MERRILL, Presiding. 



J. ST. CLAIR NEAL, Secretary. 



Quv8T. 1. Who are Jteeeived hy 
Truaufer^ and from vfhat Cwt- 

/trmtreif 

A, H. TuUle, from Wyoming; 
A. W, BwUHU, from South In<Ga 
—2. 

QccflT. 2. Who are AdmtUed on 
Trial f 
Edward H. Lanuur, James O. 
Wruphtaon, George C. Harria, 
John H. PbUlipa-^. 

QuEar. 8. Who Remain on Trial f 
Milton H. Courtney, Wm. An- 
thonjT, Edward Havea, John W. 
Fleming, Millard F. Lowe, Wm. 
L. Orem, Robert BL Moore, Ley- 
bum M. Bennett. Wm. C. Brian, 
Harold M. Thurlow, Henry W. 
Jonea — 11. 

Qvjurr, 4. Who are DieeonHnfied t 
Bradley W. Jonea. 

Quxar. 6. Who are Admitted into 
FhII Connection t 
Wm. B. Oeoghegan, Harry D. 
MiteheU, Henry Mann, Charlea £. 
Guthrie, George B. Sanner, Chaa. 
O. Isaac, Jacob T. Wilhide, Robert 
W. fiTWeech, Wm. A. Carroll— 9. 

Quxar. 6. Who are Re-adtniUsdf 
None. 

OuEOT. 7. Who are Received on 

VfdmUialefronntificr Churches^ 

None. 

QUS8T. 8. What Traveling lYeach- 
ere have been elected Deacone t 
Wm. B. Genghegan, Harry D. 

MitoheU, Henry Mann, Charlea E. 

Guthrie, George R. Sanner, Jacob 

T. WUhide, £>bert W. H. Weeoh 

—7. 

QuBflT. 9. What TravelUM Pi-each- 
ere ha»e hetn ordained Deaconef 
Wm. B. Geoghegan, Harry D. 
Mitchell, Henry Mimn, Charlea £. 
Guthrie, Geoige R. Sanner — 5. 

<)(nMT. 10. What Local Pteachen 

have been elected Deacone f 

None. 

i^uKflT. 11. What Jjocal Ftreachtrt 

have been ordained Deacmu f 

None. 

Qonr. 12. Who are the Traveling 
Deacone qf the Pirtt (JUunf 
Wm. B. Geoghegan, Harry D. 
Mitchell, Henry Mann, Charlea E. 
Guthrie, Geoige R. Sanner, Chaa. 
O. laaaclJaoob T. Wilhide, Robert 
W. H. Weech, Wm. A. Carroll, 
Wm. J. Thompson— 10. 



QuEar. 18. Who are the Traveling 
Deacons qfthe Second Claeef 
John S. Burton, Edwin T. Mow- 
bray, Charlea C. Cook, Wm. Har- 
ris, Waaliington I. Dice, John M. 
Shirrow, Thomaa S. Long— 7. 

Quiar. 14. What Traveling Dea- 
con* have been elected Mdere f 
John Sieber, Summerfield S. 
Greenwell, Wm. C.Babcock, John 
F. Heiaae, Wm. W. Daviflr-5. 

QuMT. 15. What Traveli)jg Dea- 
cwa have been ordained Eideref 
John Sieber, Summerfield S. 
Greenwell, Wm. C. Baboock, John 
F. Heiase, Wm. W. Davia— 6. 

QcTBST. 16. What Local Deacone 

have been dected Eideref 

None. 

Quxar. 17. What Local Deacone 

have beenordained JSlderef 

None. 

Quxar. 18. Who are the Supernu- 
merary Breachemf 
S. A. Wilaon, C. H. Mytinger, 
£. £. Shipley, G. G. Markham, 
W. T. D. Clemm, L. D. Herron, 
S. H. CummingM, G. M. Berry, R. 
W. Bhwk, J. B. Hall, J. R. Cad- 
den Jj. A. Thirl keld, L. M. Gard- 
er, W. M. Oabome— 14. 

QuKBT. 19. Who are the Stiperan- 
uuated ^reacJteref 
W. C. Mullin, M. A. Turner, O. 
P. Wiigman, May berry Goheen, 
W. H. Pitcher, G. W. larael, 8. L, 
M. Conaer, M. L. Hawley, J. W. 
Start, J. W. Kelly, J. D. Moore, 
J. J. Largent, B. H. Smith— 18. 

QuKar. 20. Wae the Character of 
each Preacher Examined f 
Thin waa atriotly done, aa the 
name of each Preacher waa called 
in open Conference. 

QuEvr. 21. Have any Diedf 

Joaeph France, Robert M. Lips- 
comb, Charlea A. Reid, Jamea 
Gamble — 4. >^ 

(See obituaries, p. 112.) 

QvB8T. 22. Have any been Trawh- 
ferredy and to what tktnferencee f 
L. //. Pearce, to Central New 
York. 

Quxar. 28. Have any Withdrawn f 
None. 

Quxar. 24. Have any been Located 

at their own reqneetf 

W. R. Gwinn, John Sieber— 2. 



Quxar. 25. Have any been Located f 
None. 

Quxar. 26. Have any beenpennUted 
to Withdraw under (fhargee or 
■ Comphinte t 

None. 

Quxar. 27. Have any been EbopeUedf 
None. 

Quxar. 28. Who are eeleeted for 
THere of Appeale f 
R. W. Black, C. H. Richaidaon, 
J. A. Price. T. M. West, B. P. 
Brown, William Rogers, Jamea 
McLaren— 7. 

Quxar. 29. What ie the Statistical 
Report for thie Coi^erenoe yearf 
(See tabulated atatement, p. 169.) 

Quxar. 80. What ie the Conference 
Treaturer^e Report for tJm Con- 
ference yearf 
Diaciplinaiy anawer not received. 

Quxar. 81. What are the CUdnu 

on the Conference Fundf 

$19,477 54. 

QuxaT.82. What hoe been Received 
on theee Claima^ and how hoe it 
been Applied f 

$12,477 54, 

which has been applied under or- 
der of the Conference. 

Quxar. 88. Where are the Preaeh- 
ere Stationed f 

CThMe appolntnentt are all lo the State 
of Marrlaiidt except as otberwlie Indl- 
oated.1 

BALTIMORE DISTRICT. 

Wm. 8. Edwabdb, P.E. 

(P.0..I911 N. OalrertSt, Baltimore.) 

Annanolia: First Church, E, D, 

Huntley, 
Wealey C hapel ^Samuel Shannon, 
Baltimore: Bennett Memorial, C. 

O. Isaac 
Bethel, to be supplied. 
City Station, /. F. Gaucher, A, 

W. RudieiU, E, Z. Wateon, 

J. F. Heieee^k. W. H. Weech, 

W. T D, Oemen. sup. 
EuUw Street, J, A. McCauley, 

W. B. Geoghegan. 
Fort Avenue, S. S, Greenwell, 
Hanover Street Miaaion, W. H, 

Reed. 
Madiaon Avenue, y. J, G, Web- 

eter. W. D, Morgan, S. A, 

Wileon, aup. 
Mount Vernon Place, A. H» 

TuttU, 
South Baltimore, G, W. Hobbe^ 
StrawbriUge, X. 3, WHeon. 
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BaJtimore : Wesley Chapel, W. R 

Baltimore Circuit, (7. A, J<nut^ C. 
£. Guthrie. 

Calvert, If. (?. Casiord, 

Hunt's, E. T. Mowbray. 

Lutherville, W. Z. McDotceU, 

Mount V«*mon, G, E. Maydwell, 

Mount Washington, W, C, Bab- 
cock, 

BeiRterstown and Glyndon, W. A. 
Koontt, J. T. Wilhlde. 

Smithville, M. H. Courtney. 

Solomon's, G. W. Cecil, 

South River, /. W. StteU, 

West River, Wm. Bogerg^ Wm. 
Anthony. 

Wood berry: First Church, John 
Edwards, 
Grace, C, />. 8mUh. 
Roland Avenue, A, H, Thomp- 
ion, 

D. H, Varroll, President of the 
Baltimore City Missionary and 
Church Extension Society — 
member of Mount Vernon Quar- 
terly Conference. 

Thomat Myert. A^nt of the Mary- 
land Bible Society— member of 
Strawbridge, Baltimore, Quar- 
terly Con^renoe. 

F. J, Wagtier^ President of Morgan 
College — member of Madison 
Avenue, Baltimore, Quarterly 
Conference. 

J, B, Van MtUr, Professor in 
Woman's College — member of 
Mount Vernon Place, Baltimore, 
Quarterly Conference. 

W, J/. Frysingety Editor of the 
Baltimore Uetnoduit — member 
of City Station, Baltimore, Quar- 
terly Conference. 

L, F, Morgan^ Agent of Woman's 
College — member of Madison 
Avenue, Baltimore, Quarterly 
Conference. 

EAST BALTIMORE DISTRICT. 

Wm. F. Spkakk, P.E. 
(P. 0.. 190S W. LexinttoD 8t, Baltimore.) 
Aberdeen, J, L. Walsh. 
Baltimore : Anpold, C. T. Weede, 
Bohemian Mission, to be sup- 
plied. 
Broadway, «/. St, Clair Ntal, 
Canton, James McLaren, 
Caroline Street, /. F, Ocher- 

man. 
Chester Street, />. B, WinsUad. 
East Baltimore, B. P, Broum^ 

G, C. Bacon. 
Exeter Street, E, 0. Eldridge, 
Greenmount, \V. E, Curley. 
Harford Avenue, B, F, Clark- 
son. 
Highland Avenue and Patapsoo, 

B,F,DeVries, 
High Street, W, G, Herbert, 
Homestead, C, E. Dudrear. 
Jeflfersou Street, R. R. Murphy. 
Madison Square and North Ave- 
nue. A, M, Courtenay^ C. C. 
Cook. 
North Baltimore, W. I, McKen- 

ney, 
Waverly, D, G, MiUer, 
Belair, J. M. Slarrow. 
Darlington, G. R. Sunner. 



East Harford, J7. C. Stnith^ Solomon 
German, 

Govanstown, W. W. Van Arsdale. 

Great Falln, Joseph P. Wilson. 

Havre de Grace, S. M. Afford. 

Hereford, Thomas Wood, F, H, 
Haven ner, Edward Haves. 

Lon/ Gret'n, O. C. MamoU, 

Middle River, W. JJ. DeU, 

North Harford, G. L. Cftddy. 

Parkton, IV. F, Roberts^ J. O. 
Wrightson. 

Sparrow's Point, H. D. Mitchell. 

Towson, Pige Milhum. 

West Hartbrd, T. E. Peters, E. H. 
Lamar. 

G, W. Ueyde, Chaplain of the 
Seamen's Union Bethel— mem- 
ber of Broadway, Baltimore, 
Quarterly Conference. 

WEST BALTIMORE DIST. 

J. E. Amos, P.E. 
(P. 0., 707 N. GUmore St.. Baltimore.) 

Arlington and Fmdico, W, W. 
Barnes. 

Baltimore: Columbia Avenue, /. 
P, Wright, 
David Rogers Mission, Geo. C. 

Harris. 
Emory, B, G. W. Reid, 
Fayette Street, J. B. Stitt. 
Franklin Street, J, C. Mcholson, 

L. M. Gardner, sup. 
Fulton Avenue, M, J, Law, 
Grace, E. S. Todd. 
Harlem Park, L. T. Widerman, 

R, W, Black^up, 
Memorial, W, W, Davis, 
Monroe Street, HenryKice, 
Suramerfield. H, P. West, 
Union Square. S, M. Uartsock, 

L, A, Thirlkeld, sup. 
West Baltimore, J. R, Wheeler, 

CarroUton, to be supplied. 

Catonsvillo, />. A. Foard. 

Elk Ridge, .A W.Smith. 

Ellicott City, /. H. Martth. 

Uainpstead, T, M. West, J. W. 
Fleming, J. B. Hall, sup. 

Laurel, H. F, Downs, 

Liberty, H, R, Savage, 

Linganore and Union Bridge, Os- 
bomBeU. 

Maffothy and Mount Carmel, /. C, 
Starr, 

Meclianicstown, J, F. F. Gray, 

Middleburg and Double Pipe 
Creek, W. C. Brian. 

New Wmdsor, Emory Buhrman, 
one to be supplied. 

Patapsco. /. A . Davis, L. M. Ben- 
nett, A. E. Shipley, sup. 

Savage and Guilford, J. W, Hedges. 

Summerfleld, C, C, Cronin. 

Walkersville. C, T, House. 

Wertt Falls, J. S. Burton. 

Westminster, G, W. Cooper. 

John Lanahan, Agent of Book 
Depository — member of Grace, 
Baltimore, Quarterly (Confer- 
ence. 

H, M. Harman, Professor in Dick- 
inson College — iiieiuber of Fav- 
ette Street, Baltimore, Quarterly 
Conference. 

C, E, Toung^ Professor in Morgan 
College — member of Harlem 
Park, Baltimore, Quarterly Con- 
fereuce. 



FREDERICK DISTRICT. 

G. G. Bakkr, P.E. 

(P. 0., 41S WuhlnctoQ St.. UacerstownJ 

Barton, W. T, L, Weeeh, 
Berkeley Springs ( W. Va.), W. A. 

Carroll. 
Bloomington, to be supplied. 
Buckeyestown, Henry Bruner. 
Bunker HiU (W. Va.), S, S, Wil- 
son, one to be supplied. 
Cumberland: Center Street, JdkrA- 
ard Morris, 

Grace, to be supplied. 

King»*ley, W, K Bird, 
Elk Gaiaen (W. Va.), F, W. 

Shriner, 
Flintetone, J. M. Ptscoe. 
Frederick City,^. J. GiU, 
Froetburg, Geo. F. Leech, 
Froetburg Ciroult, Daniel Haskell, 
Grant (W. Va.), C. J, I¥iee, 
Hagerstown, H, S, Drance, J. H. 

PiiiUipe. 
Hancock, T, J, Cross, one to be 

supplied. 
Hwper's Ferry (W. Va.), William 

Hyndman (Pa.), Alexander Bi^ 

laski, 
Keyser (W. Va.), F, G. P>rttr, 
Lonaconing, Jatnes P. Wilson, 
Martinsbuig (W. Va.), TT. JK 

Chapman, 
Middletown, W, C, GriMth, 
Mount Savage, J, D, SiU, 
Old Town, to DC supplied. 
Paw Paw (W. Va.), Reuben 

Kolb, 
Piedmont (W. Va.), Watson Cass. 
Rawlings, H. W. Jones. 
Romney (W. Va.), Henry Mann. 
Shepherdstown and Shaipsburg^ 

P. C. Edwards, one to be sup> 

f>lied. 
Union Grove, T. S. Long. 
Williamsport, Harold M. Thur- 

low. 
Winchester (Va.), Harry Boggs, 

WASHINGTON DISTRICT. 

J. MoK. Rkilev, P.E. 

(P. 0., S090 F St., N. W.WaablDgton, D.a> 

Baldwin Memorial, J. H, M. 

Lemon. 
Forestville, G, W, Feelemeyer, 
Gaithersburg, R. M. Moore. 
Lanham, W. I. Dice. 
Laytmsville, C. L. Pits, 
Leonardtown, E. H. Smith. 
Montgomery, J, R, Pirdew, 
Piney Grove, to be supplied. 
Rock Creek, IF. H, Lanev. 
Saint Marv's, A, J. Bender. 
Severn, Ji. G. McDanid. 
Silver Spring, to be supplied. 
Spencerville, W, McK, Hatn^ 

mack. 
Tennallytown, W. L. Orem. 
Washington City iD. C): Ana- 
costa, Eeekid Richardson, 

Calvary, E, D, Owen, 

Douglass Memorial, D. M. 
Browning, W, M, Osborne^ 
sup. 

Dumbarton Avenue, M. F. B.. 
Rice, 

Fifteenth Street, J, H. DashiOL. 

Fletcher Chapel, /. R, Shultt, 

Foundry, George Elliott, 

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Waafaington City: Fourth Street, 
W, M. Ferawon, 
Gorsnch. J. W. Comdiw. 
Qnae, A, R Reiley. 
Hamline, H. R, Hm/lor, 
Metropolitan, Q, Hi Corey. 
MoKendree, C, U, Richardton, 
S* H. Cummin^a^ sup. 



Washington City : North Capitol, 

CTO. Cook. 
Ryland, •/. A, Pnc€. 
Twelfth Street, y/e«ry Baker. 
Union, Jotl iBrown, Geo. M, 

Berry y sup. 
Wauffh, A. E. Gibson, 
Wesley Chapel, C. W. Baldwin, 



W. J. Thompson and M. F. Lowe, 
left without appointments to at- 
tend some one of our schools. 

QuxsT. 84. Where shall the next 

Conference he held f 

In Hamluie Church, Washington, 

D. C. 



NORTHERN NEW YORK CONFERENCE, 

Held in Trinity Charcli, Oswego, N. Y., April 9-15, 1890. 



BISHOP NEWMAN, Presiding. 



M. R. WEBSTER, Secretary. 



Quxar. 1. "Who are received by 
Transfer^ and from whai Con- 
ferences f 
Jokn W. Briage, fh>m Minn^ 

sota; Addis AUrro^ from Central 

Illinoia— 2. 

QcssT. 2. Who are Admitted on 
IHdlf 
Wm. H. Baker, Marshall Duea- 
ler, Clement £. Uoog, Alonzo 
Hand, Charles H. Bassett, Jabez 
Stall woodjWalter G. Wilmshurst, 
Joseph Williams, George W. 
Adams— -9. 

Quest. 8. Who Remain on Trialf 
Fred D. Leete, George Sharp, 
Jasper W. Higby (1887), Richard 
B. Kobins (1888), Mark Styan 
(1887), Leonard T. Col^— 6. 

Quest. 4. Who are Discontinued f 
None. 

Quest. 6. Who are Admitted into 
Full Connection f 
Wra. J. Hancock, Wm. Staoey, 
John R. Bownor, Wang Ching Yu, 
John Richards — 6. 

Quest. 6. Who are He-admitted f 
None. 

Quest. 7. WTio are Received on 
CrtdefUialsfrom other Churches f 
Aaron Thompson and Frederick 
W. Tfumpeon^ from the Free 
Methodist Church of Great Bol- 
ton. England; William J. //an- 
cocky from the Syracuse Confer- 
ence of the Wesleyan Methodist 
Church— 8. 

Quest. 8. What Traveling Preach- 
ers hone been elected Deacons f 
Wm. Staoey, John R. Downer, 

John RichardA--8. 

Quest. 9. What Traveling Preach- 
ers have been ordained Deacons f 
Wm. StaccT, John R. Downer, 
John Richar<u — 8. 

Quest. 10. What Local Preachers 
have been elected Deacons f 
Alonzo Hand, Leonard T. Cole, 
John C. Culligan— 8. 



Quest. 11. What Local Preachers 
have been ordained Deacons^ 
Alonzo Hand, Leonard T. Cole, 
John C. Culligui — 8. 

Quest. 12. Who are the Traveling 
Deacons of the First Class f 
Orson M. Kelley (1886), Wm. 
Staoey, John R. Downer, John 
Richards, Alonzo Hand, Wang 
Ching Yu (1885), Earl H. Kenyon 
1887), Hermon D. Selleck (1886), 
sup*y— 8. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Traveling 
Deacons of t/te Second Class f 
Julian H. Myers, Hobart L. 
Campbell, John Bragg, Wm. Ash- 
ford, Charles M. Smith, Wm. 
Thomas, Jes:»e F. Rathbun, Frank 
£. Arthur— 8. 

Quest. 14. What Traveling Dea- 
cons have been elected Riders f 
John N. Jjattim^, James R* 

Kay, Eugene H. Jov, Charles W. 

Hardendorf, Jesse F. Rathbun — 5. 

Quest. 15. What Traedina Dea- 
cofu have been ordained Elders f 
John N. LatUmer, James R. 
Kay. Eugene H. Joy, Charles W. 
Haraendorf, Jesse F. Rathbun, 
Theron A. btory— 6. 

Quest. 16. What Local Deacons 

have been dected Elders f 

None. 

Quest. 17. What T^cal Deacons 

have been ordaintd Elders f 

None. 

Quest. 18. WJio are the ifupemu- 
nteranj PreacliersF 
Elijah Smeud, £. C. Bruce, G. 
B. Fairhead, S. F. Kenyon, S. 
M. Warn, G. P. Kenney, M. D. 
Kinney, J. H. Lamb.W. R. Cobb, 
H. D. Selleck, A. R. Warner, Tru- 
man Weed, Gordon Moore — 18. 

Quest. 19. Who are the Superan- 
nnated Preachers f 
A. E. Munson, Jot^h Smedley, 
Darius Simon?*, Byron Alden, Orra 
Squire, Almnnzo Blackman, B. S. 
Wright, G. W. Flank, I. L. Hunt, 
A. b. Barter, Alexander LeClair, 
Allen Miller, E. W. Wheeler, 



Squire Boyd, C. M. Bowen, S. C. 
Goodell, J. F. Diiyan, S. Cf. Cor- 
bin, W. C. Goodwin, D. D. Park- 
er, L. £. Marvin, A. M. Roe, J. 
W. Roberts, Alonzo Wells, J. N. 
Brown, Josiah Zimmenuan.W. C. 
McDonald, O. C. Cole, A. N. Fra- 
denbuig, itbenezer Briggs, Hiram 
Nioolla, E. W. Jones, Lester 
Brown, S. 8. Danforth, O. P. 
Pitcher, Lemuel Clark, W. 0. Em- 
pey, Ebenezer Arnold, W. P. Hall, 
W. C. Lent. Thomas Richey, S. 
P. Gray, Moses Wells, A. M. 
Child, L. D. White, Othniel 
Holmes, Wm. 8. Titus, Wm. Mer- 
rifield, A. J. Cowles, M. M. Rice 
—60. 

Quest. 20. Was the Character of 
each Preacher Examined f 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 

Quest. 21. Have any Diedf 

Amos 8. Nickerson, Daniel Tul- 
ford, Charles Manson. Ward W. 
Hunt, Pomeroy Wright, Silas 
Slateiw6. 

(See obituaries, p. 102.) 

Quest. 22. Have any been Trans^ 
ferredf and to what Conferences f 
Richard R. Wrightman, a pro- 
bationer, to Michigan ; Clement E. 
Hoag, a probationer, to Central 
New York: Wilmot W. Van Du- 
seny to Puget Sound; /. Fletcher 
Brown^ to Southern California 

Quest. 28. Have any WitMrawnf 
None. 

Quest. 24. Have any been Located 

at their own requests 

Charles H. Harris. 

Quest. 25. Have any been Located f 
None. 

Quest. 26. Have any beenpermitted 
to Withdraw under Charges or 
Complaints f 

None. 

Quest. 27. Have any been ExpdUdf 
None. 
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QuKST. 2S. Who are nUcUd for 
Triers of AppeaUf 
I. 8. Bingham, A. D. Webster, 
T. H. McClentnen, C. W. MeCor- 
mick. T. B. Shepherd, Harlow 
fikeel, A. £. Cone— 7. 

<)UE8T. 29. Wh€U U the Statietical 
Beportfor this Vot\ferenee yearf 
(See tabulated statement, p. 178.) 

<itK«T. 80. Whc^ U the Cof^fereHce 
TrtasurerU Report for this Con- 
ference yrarf 

$32,408 37, 

Quest. 31. What are the Clakns 

o*\ the Omfemtce Fundf 

$8^75. 

QuuT. 82. WJuU has been Becewed 
oti these Claims^ atui how fias ii 
})een Applied f 

$6,357 24, 

which has been applied under or- 
der of the Conference. 

Quest. 88. Where are the Preach- 
ers Stationed f 

CTheie appointments are all in the State 

of New York.] 

ADAMS DISTRICT. 

B. F. Wood, P.E. 

(P.O.,W«t«rtown.) 

Adams, I. D. Fkaelee, 

Barnes's Comers, to be supplied. 

Beaver Falls and Uastorlana, Alon> 

so Hand. 
Bellville. W. F. PaHngton, 
Brownville, C. E. Buhee, 
Cape Vincent, Charles Sheard, 
Champion, Henry Emet, 
Chaumont, E, n, Joy, 
Constableville, William Ashfoid. 
Copenhagen and Denmark, A, C. 

VanfortK 
Croghan (P. 0. Chase's Lake), to 

be mipplied. 
Ellisburg. W^>sUr Ingersolk 
^Ireig, to DC supplied. 
Henderson, Williain Staoey. 
Lorraine, Georae Ernst. 
Lowville, C, C. Townsend. 
Jlannsville, •/. O. JSenson, 
Kartinsbunr, C, W, Brooks, 
Montague, Marshall Ducsler. 
l^ew Bremen, William H. Baker. 
Pillar Point, to be supplied. 
Point Peninsula, to m supplied. 
Port Leyden, B, DeF, Snyder. 
Bodman and South Rutland. C, E, 

MilUry one to be suppliea. 
SacketiN Harbor, IT. M, Holbrook, 
Three Mile Bay, A M, Phelps, 
Turin,/. W, Origgs. 
Watertown: State Street, C. W, 

McCormick. 
Wat<»on, to be supplied. 
West Martinsburg, J. W. Higby. 

HERKIMER DISTRICT. 
William Watsok, P.E. 
(P. 0., nion.) 
Brookfleld and Leonardsville, An- 
son Cheeseman, 
Cedar Lake, 0. M. Eelley. 
Cherry Valley, S, W. Brown, 
Clay ville, to be supplied. 
Cold Brook and Russia, to be sup- 
plied. 
Dolgeville, A, J. Felshaw, 



Earlvillo, A, E. Corse, 

East Hamilton, B. E, King^ Jr, 

Fairfield and Middleville, /. L, 

ShoH. 
Forest Port, /. B, Buck, 
Frankfort, J. L, Hvnwhrey,, 
Herkimer^. S, Bingham, 
Ilion, D, F, Pierce, 
Jordanville, F, K, Pierce, 
Laasellsyille and Oppenheim, to 

be supplied. 
LiUle Falls, «/. B, Hammond, 
Mohawk, G, W, Wood, 
Newport and Poland, W, H, Bury, 
Norway and Gray, R. B. Robins. 
Ohio, to be supplied. 
Remsen, H, L, Holmes, 
Richdeld Springs and Warren, W, 

B, Helfii, 
Saint Johnsyille, cA V, Ferguson, 
8ali8bury(P. O., Salisbury Center), 

J, N, Lattimer, 
Sauquoit, J, J, Novrse, 
Schuyler and West Frankfort (P. 

O., Utica), to be supplied. 
Sprinarfteld (P. O., E. Springfield), 

Stark ville and Van Homsyille, /. 

B, Van VaUenburO' 
WoterviUe, W, F, Brown, 
West Winield, Wm, WiUiams. 

OSWEGO DISTRICT. 

H. M. Daitforth, P.E. 

(P. 0.. Oflwego.) 



Amboy (P. O., Amboy Center), 
W. B, Grijlth, 

Camden, C, H, GuUe, 

Central Square and Caughdenoy, 
8, M, Cn^foot, 

Cleveland, 2>. W, Ayleswortk. 

Constantia, C, H. BaeseU, 

Florence and £. Florence, G, W, 
Bent, 

Fulton, W, D, Chase, 

Gilberts Mills, M, T, HiU, 

Goodenough and Center Church 
[West Sindy Creek], to be sup- 
plied. 

Hannibal, B. Bay Brown, 

Hannibal Center and South Han- 
nibal (P. O., South Hannibal), 
to be Bupplied. 

Mexico, C, E, Dorr, 

Minetto, to be supplied. 

New Haven, C, a, WaU<m, 

North Bay and State Bridge, L, 
L, Batfy. 

Orwell, W, J. Hancock, 

Oswego : First Church. T, H, Beck, 
Trinity, T, B, Shepherd, 

0»vi>ego Center, Jab^ Stallwood. 

Parish, Wm, H, HaU, 

Pulaski, Alexander Bramley, 

Redfleld and OsceoU, W. G. 
Wilmshurst. 

Sandy Creek, W. F, Tooke, 

Scriba and Lansing, to bo supplied. 

South Richland. B. F, Whi^e, 

Vermilion, J, F, Bathbun, 

Vienna (P. O., McConnellsville), 
L, B. youUon, 

Volney (P. O., Fulton), E, EvereU. 

Williamstown, J. R. Downer. 

SAINT LAWRENCE DIST. 

H. W. BsmnETT, P.E. 

(P.O.,PotMlam.) 

Bangor, H. L. Campbell. 

Beirniont(P.O., Chatcuuguy Lake), 

William Thom.is. 



Brasher (P. O., Brasher FaUs), ^. 

P. Dunham, 
Buck*s Bridge, John Bragg, 
Burke, Henry Hesselgrave. 
Canton, fK. F, Ball, 
Chasm Falls, to be supplied. 
Chateaugay. S, «/. 6reet\field, 
Colton. 7. B, Kay, 
Constable (1*. O., E. ConsUblc), 

to be supplied. 
Fort Covington and Bombay, W, 

E, BeynOds, 
Lawrence(P. O., North Lawrenoe). 

W, F, DiUmbeek, 
Louisville, to be supplied. 
Lisbon, H, C, AbboU, 
Madrid, J. H. Myers. 
Malone, W, D, Marsh, 
Massena, H, M, Church, 
Moira, M. D. SiU, 
Morristown, W, H, KanofF, 
Nicholville and Fort Jackaon, 

Beuben Sherman, 
Norfolk, Samuel Short, 
Norwood, Harlow Skeel, 
Ogdensburg, M, W, Chase, 
Oswegatchie (P. O. Ogdenabttig), 

to M supplied. 
Paiishville, to be supplied. 
Potsdam, A, C, Lawk, 
Saint Regis Falls and Dickinson, 

C, W, Hardendorfy one to be 

supplied. 
Saint Regis Indian Mission (P. O., 

Hogansburg), to be supplied. 
South Canton and Pierrepont (P. 

O., Canton), L. T. Cole. 
Stockholm (P. O., West Stock- 
holm), W, A, Mchols, 
Waddington, D, L, Phelps, 

UTICA DISTRICT. 
W. F. Makkham, P.E. 
(P. 0.. Utlea.) 
Ava and West Leyden, to be sup- 
plied. 
Boonville. 8, 0, Barnes, 
Clinton, W, C, Davideon, 
Deansville, Sanger Dewey, 
DelU andf Weetemville, Jf. 9. 

Wadeworth, 
Floyd and StiUville, H, W, P. 

AUen, 
Hamilton, B, B, Fritts, 
Knoxborough. A, J, CottreU, 
Lee Center. A, A, Pierce, 
Lowell; to be supplied. 
Madison. W. L, TiedaU, 
Maynard and Whitestown (P. O^ 

Whitesborough), 8, E, Brown, 
New Hartford, B, J, Smith, 
New London, to be supplied. 
New York Mills, /. W, Sinifson. 
North Western, to be supplied. 
Oriskany Falls, A, O, Markham, 
Rome: First Choroh, M, B. 
Webster, 

Liberty Street, H. A, Harris, 
Steuben (P. O., North Western), 

/. E, HaU, 
Taberg, H, B. Norihrup. 
Trenton, George Merritt, 
Utica: Centenary, G. W. Adams. 

Coke Memorial, to be supplied. 

Dryer Memorial, F. D. Leete. 

First Church, Addis Albro, 

South Street, H. E. Waugh, 
Vernon, T, H, McCUnthen, 
Vernon Center, F, B. Stafford, 
Verona, F. E. Arthur. 
Westmoreland, /. O. Brooke, 
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WATERTOWN DISTRICT. 

Samukl Call, T.E. 

(P. 0.. Wfttertown.) 

Alexandria Bay, £. H. Kenyon. 

Antwerp, C. M. Smith. 

BUck Kxxw, RobeH flint, 

Carthage, «/. C. Darling, 

Clavton, A, D, WebUer. 

De Kalb (P. O., DeKalb Junction), 

H, W, Howard, 
De Pauville, O. F, NichoU, 
De Peyster, Gcoi^ge Sharpe. 
Edwaras and Fine, Mark Styan. 
£vanA*8 Mills, John Bichards. 



Gouvemeur, S. T, Dibble^ Joseph 

Williams. 
Hammond, A, L, Smith, 
Hermon, M, G, Semnour. 
Heaveltonj L. L. hilmer. 
La Farfi^eyiUe, to bo supplied. 
Maoomb (P. O., BniMie Comers), 

to be supplied. 
Natural Brid)i;e, L. R. Grant, 
Ox Bow, to be supplied. 
Pamelia, to be supplied. 
Philadelphia, L, B, Gray, 
Plessis. Vhafkberlayn4 FMlpt, 
Rensselaer Falls, £, E, Vheu^^ 



Richville, B, G. San/ord. 
Russell, to be supplied. 
Saint Lawrence, to be supplied. 
Spragueville and Summerville, 

G«org^ S* Battings. 
Theresa, E, S, Cheeseman, 
Watertown : Arsenal Street, J. B, 

Kenyan, 
Wang Ching Tu, missionary in 

North China. 

QuxsT. 84. Wher€ 9haU th$ ntxt 

Confer met he hddf 
In Antenal Street Methodist Epis- 
copal Church, Watertown, N. Y. 



BENGAL CONFERENCE, 

Held in Calcutta, ladia, Jan. 9, 1890. 



BISHOP THOBURN, Presiding. 



H. C. STUNTZ, Secretary. 



ffini 
Noi 



QcKST. 1. Who are Beedved bp 
Trmufer^ and Jinjm what Con- 
ferenceef 

Lewis A. Core, from West Vir- 
inia; William B, Clancy^ from 
Joith India; Anions IhtU and 
James B. Thomaa, from South In- 
dia-^ 

QtTBST. 2. Who are Admitted on 
Trialf 
Frank E. Warner, Henry Gir- 
ahom — 3. 

QussT. S. Who Remain on Trialf 
Lewis A. Core, Benjamin F. 
Wert, Jacob Somuel^S. 

i^uxsT. 4. Who are JH»contiuvedf 
ProBBonno Kumar Nath. 

<)UBST. 6. Who are Admitted into 
PiOL Connsetionf 
Charles G. Conklin, Neils Mad- 
sen, Wm. P. Byepi, Paul Singh— 4. 

Qumn, «. Who are Re-admittsdf 
None. 

<)unT. 7. WJu) care Received on 

Credentialefrom other Churches f 

None. 

QrasT. 8. What TratfeUng TVeaeh" 
ere have been elected Deaeonef 
Charles G. Conklin, Neils Mad- 

sen, Wm. P. Byers, Paul Singh— 4. 

QuKST. 9. What Traeeting I^reaeih' 
en have been ordained Deacons f 
Charles G. Conklin, Neils Mad- 
sen, Wm. P. Byers, Lewis A. Core 

QussT. 10. What Local Preaehere 

have been elected Deacons f 

None. 

QussT. 11. What Local Pteaehers 

htttfe been ordained Deacons f 

None. 

QuuT. 12. Who are the Traveling 
Deacons of the First Class? 
Charles G. Conklin, Neils Mad- 



sen, Wm. P. Byers, Paul Singh, F. 
J. Blewitt— 6. 

QussT. 18. Who are the Traveling 
Deacons of the Second Class t 
MaUhew Tindale, Sorbo Nunda 

Das, Edward S. Busby, Claudius 

H. Plomer— 4. 

QuuT. 14. What Tra^Aing Dear 
eome have been eleeted Elders t 
Matthew Tindale, Sorbo Nunda 

Das, Edward S. Busby, Claudius 

H. Plomer— i. 

QuxsT. 15. What Troweling Dea- 
cons hate been ordained Elders f 
Matthew Tindale, Sorbo Nunda 

Das, Edward S. Busby, Claudius 

H. Plomep— 4. 

Quest. 18. WItat Tjoeal Deacons 

have beett elected Elders f 

None. 

QussT. 17. What Local Deacons 

have been ordained Elders f 

None. 

Quest. 18. Who are the SnpemU' 

merary J^eachers f 

None. 

Quest. 19. Who are the Sttpereui* 

nuated Preaehere t 

None. 

Quest. 20. Wae the Character qf 
each Preacher Examined? 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
In open Conference. 

Quest. 21. Have any Died f 

Frank L; McCoy, Charles A. 
Gray— 2. 

(See obituaries, p. 119.) 

Quest. 22. Have any been TranS" 
/erred, and to lehat Conferences t 
Charles M. Miller, to Pittsburg; 
James B. Thomas, to North India ; 
Robert H. Craig, to Minnesota; 
F. D. Newhouse, to North India 



Quest. 28. Have any Witltdrawnf 
None. 

Quest. 24. Bom any brm lAKOted 

at their own reqtumt f 

None. 

Quest. 26. Ham anybeen Located t 
None. 

Quest. 28. Have any been permitted 
to Withdraw under Charges or 
Complaints f 

None. 

Qurnx. 27. Have any been BxpeOedr 
None. 

Quest. 28. Who are selected for 

Triers of Appeals f 

None. 

Quest. 29. What U the Statistical 
Report for this Coitferenee year f 
(See Ubulated statement, p. 286.) 

Quest. 80. What are the Claims 

on the Conference Fundf 

1,900 Rs. 

Quest. 81. What has been Received 
on these Claims^ and tww has it 
been Applied? 

1,300 Rs., 

which has been applied under 
order of the Conrerence. 

Quest. 82. Where are the Preach- 
ers Stationed/ 
CTheie sppoiDtmeDtt are all In India.] 
BURMAH DISTRICT. 
Samuel P. Loko, P.E. 

(P. 0.. .) 

Allanmyo, Ileni^* Girshom. 
Burmese MisMon, Frank £. 

Warner. 
Rangoon: Enf^lish Church, Wm, 
R, Clancy, 
Seamon^s Mission, to be sup- 
plied. 
Tamil Mission, to be supplied. 
Teleffu Mission, to be supplied. 
Tounghoo, to be supplied. 
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CALCUTTA DISTRICT. 
Fbank W, Warks, P.E. 

(P.O., .) 

Afiansol, Wm. P. Byere. 
Calcutta: Bengali, Sarbo Nunda 
Dot. 
Boys* School, to be snppUed. 
English Clmrch, F. W, Wame, 
Ilindostani Mission, to be sup- 
plied. 
Seamen's Misuon, to be sap- 
plied. 
Mazafarpur, Benrv JackMon, 
Pakour, Janus P, JieUt^ Neils Mad- 
sen. 
Charles G. Conklin, Agent of the 

Methodist Publishing House. 
Homer C. Stunts, Editor of the 
Indian WUne$t, 



CENTRAL INDIA DISTRICT. 

Clark P. Hard, P.E. 

(P. 0., .) 

Ajmere, Archibald GUnUh, 
Burhanpora and Khandwa, Algtr^ 

non S. E, Vardon^ Paul Singh. 
Hardwiir and Gkulawara, Th(muu 

E, F, 3iorton.Jacob Samuel. 
Jabalpur: English Church, Ma^ 
thew TindaU, 

Hindustani Circuit, Clark P. 
Haid. 
Mhow, Enoch Jeffries, 

MUSSOORIE DISTRICT. 
Dennis Osbornr, P.E. 

(P. 0., .) 

Allahabad: English Church, Lewb 
Core. 



Lahore: English Church, Ei wmd^ 

Hindustani Mission, Claiudiht$ 
H. Plomer, 
Maafiunagar. John D. Webb. 

Kandla, to oe aupplied. 
Multan, to be supplied. 
MuBsoorie: English Church, Dm» 

nie Oebome, 
Mussoorie and Bi^pore Miaaion, 

Philo M, JStMaL Frank J.Blewitt. 
Patiala, Anions DvU. 
Rurki, Charles W. de Souza. 

Manglaur, to be supplied. 
Bkilo Ji.Buek, Prindpal Philandtt 

Smith Institute. 

Quest. S8. Where shaU ih4 nai 

Cot\fer«ncs he held f 

In Jabalpur. 



VERMONT CONFERENCE, 

Held la Brattleboroagh, Vt., April 17.31, 1890. 
BISHOP ANDREWS, Presiding. RICHARD MORGAN, Secretary, 



QuKST. 1. Who ars Meeeived by 
Trantfety andffom what Con- 
ferences f 

G. M. Curl, from New Hamp- 
shire; J?. Z. Canton, from East 
Maine ; G. W, Wrighi^ from New 
England Southern — 8. 

Quest. 2. Who are Admitted on 
Trial f 
Walter A. Dutton. Robert J. 
Chrystie, Charles M. Stebbins, 
AVm. H. Atkinson, Fawoett N. 
Shaw — 5. 

QcKST. 8. Who Remain on Trial f 
William E. Allen, Oeom H. 
Wright. Wm. C. Johnson, Robert 
C. T. McKeMie— 4. 

QuxsT. 4. Who are Discontinued f 
Robert C. Vail, Charles M. Car- 
penter — 2. 

QuxsT. 5. Wfto are Admitted into 
Full CanneciionF 
George O. Howe, David C. 
Tliatchcr, Albert Gregory, Elmer 
E. Reynolds — 4. 

Quest. 6. Who are Re-admUtedf 
None. 

Quest. 7. Who are Received on 

(hrdetUialsfrom otfter Churclus f 

None. 

Quest. 8. What TraneHing Preach- 
ers have been elected Deacons f 
George 0. Howe, Albert Greg- 
ory— 2. 

Quest. 9. What Traveling Preach- 
ers Juwe been ordained JJeaams i 
George 0. Howe, Albert Greg- 
ory— 2. 

Quest. 10. WJiat Local Pi-eaelters 
have been elected Deacons f 
Robert C. T. McKenzie. 



Quest. 11. What Local Preachers 

ham been ordained Deacotuf 

Robert C. T. McKenzie. 

Quest. 12. Who are the Traveling 
Deacons of the FirU Class t 
George 0. Howe, David C. 
Thatcher, Albert Gregory, Elmer 

E. Reynolds, Lucius £. Taylor 
—6. 

Quest. 16. Who are the Traveling 

Diooons of the Second Class f 

Joseph G. Switzer. 

Quest. 14. What TravdinQ Dea- 
eons have been elected Slaers f 
Geoige A. Emeiy, William E. 

Douglais, John E. Farrow, Chas. 

F. Partridge, Frederick E. Cuirier, 
Lewis P. Tucker— 6. 

Quest. 15. What Travdino Dea- 
cons have been ordamed Eiders / 
George A. Emery, William E. 
Douglass. John E. Farrow, Chaa. 
F. Partrioge, Frederick E. Currier, 
Lewis P. Tucker— «. 

Quest. 16. What Local Deacons 
have been elected Elders t 
Addison J. Martin, Silas H. 
Tucker— 2. 

Quest. 17. What Local Deacons 
hone been ordained Elders f 
Addison J. Martin, Silas H. 
Tucker— 2. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Super- 
numerary Preachers f 
A. H. Houainger, E. S. Morne, 
J. W. Guernsey. J. H. Gaylor^l, 
C. P. Flanders, J. 8. Little, J. A. 
Sherburne, J. S. Tupper, H. A. 
Webster, L. L. Beeman, G. L. 
Wells, A. B. Blake, S. B. Currier, 
laaac McAnn, II. W. Worthen 
—15. 



Quest. 19. Who are the Superat^ 
nuated I¥eachersf 
A. J. Copeland, Ira Beard. Dyer 
Willis, Peter Merrill, Joseph En- 
right, J. W. Bemis, W. J. Kidder» 
W. H. Hyde, Dennis WelU. Hub- 
bard Eastman, Alonzo Hitcnoock, 
A. Scribner, W. S. Jennie, H. P. 
Cushing, A. M. Wheeler— 15. 

Quest. 90. Ha* the Character of 
each JYeacher Examined t 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 

Quest. 21. Have any Diedf 

W. B. Howard, A. T. Bullard^ 
Hanrey Hitchoook, P. P. Ray— 4. 
(See obituaries, p. 105.) 

Quest. 22. Bam any been Trane^ 
fetred^ and to what Co^feretices f 
a H, SweaU, to MinneK>ta; 
Fawoett N. Shaw, to South India 

—2. 

Quest. 28. Have any Withdravmf 
E. W. Culver. 

Quest. 24. Move any been Located 

at their Oion request f 

J. R. Bartlett. 

Quest. 25. Have any been Located f 
None. 

Quest. 2(i, Have any been f>ermitted 
to Withdraw wtder Cfioryes or 
Complaints f 

None. 

Quest. 27. Have any been ExpeUsdf 
None. 

Quest. 28. Who are geledcd for 
Triers of Appeals f 
A. L. Cooper, J. 0. Sherburne, 
W. C. Robinson, W. D. Malcolm, 

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W. S. IHTenpoit, ?. H. Boberts, 
N. W. Wilderl-7. 

CuiiT. 29. What U the SiatUiical 

Meport/or thi$ Oot^erenee year t 

<See Ubalated rtatament, p. IM.) 

QcMT. 80. WhuA U the Gm/erena 
TYeamrer^e JUpcyri/ar tMs Ckm- 
fermieeyearf 
DiadpIiDAiy ansirer not reoalTed. 

QusCT. 81. What are the CUtkm 

on the Oot^erenee Purndt 

$4«0M 78. 

<)UB8T.88. What hae hem Beoekted 
amtheee OUrime^ ami how hoe U 
keem Applied f 

M«O04 T8, 
which hM beoi applied onder or- 
der of the Cbnferenoe. 

QuMT. 88. Where are the BFeaeh- 

ereStatiomedf 

IThcM appolntiiMntt «re all In the 8Uto 

of TamooWJ 

MONTPBUEB DISTRICT. 
A. B. Tbuaz, P.£. 
(P. 0., Montpelier.) 
Berre, W, S. SmUhen, 
Cebot, J, 0, Sherburne, 
Chelsea, J/, F, Beunolde, 
East TopRham and Corinth, F. D. 

Goodrich, 
OaysTille and Bethel LympuB, to 

be aopplied. 
Onmyille and Hanoook, to be sap- 
plied. 
Groton, W. N, Boberte, 
MarBbfleld, W, H, Dean, 
Middlesex, to be supplied. 
Montpelier, A, J. Hough, 
Moretown and Duzbonr, Harvey 

Webeter. 
Northfield, Joeeph Hamilton, 
Fittsfield and dtockbridge, C, S. 

Hulbert. 
Plainileld, C, P. TapUn, 
Bandoljph and East Bethel, to be 

snppitod. 
Bochester, F, D, Handy, 
fitowe, G. A, Emery, 
WaitHfield and Fayston, G. 0. 

Howe. 
Warren, to be supplied. 
Wsterbury, W, R, DacenpoH, 
Waterbury Center, E, H, Bart- 

Utt, 
West Berlin, to be supplied. 
West Kandolph and Bethel Gileed, 

F, W, HambUn, 
West Toraham and Wiut's Hiver, 

S. V. VaU, 
Williamatown. R, L, Nanton, 
Worcester, to be supplied. 
J, D, Heeman^ President of the 

Methodist Seminary -member of 

Montpelier Quarterly Conler- 



8AINT ALBANS DISTRICT. 

0. M. BocnrsLL, P.E. 

(P. 0..8akitAnMuui) 

Albaugh, 8, 8. Brigham, 

Bakenfleld and North Pairfield, 

A. B Alright, 
Cambridge, G. H. Wright. 
Colchester, to be supplied. 
East Elmore, to be supplied. 
Eden, to be supplied. 
Snosburg Fulls, L, 0, Sherburne, 
Ensex and Jericho, Church Tabor, 
Fair&K, C, A, SmUh, 
Fletcher Center and Binghamville, 

C. M. Stebbins. 
Franklin, G. L, Story, 
Georgia and North Fairfax, J, E, 

Knapp, 
Grand Island and North Hero, 8, 

L, Hedgee, 
Highgate, W, D. Malcom, 
Isle La Motte. to be supplied. 
Johnson, Hyde Psrk, and Water- 

yille, H, «, Howard, 
Milton, to be snpplied. 
Mont^mery, to oe supplied. 
Momsville and Elmore, W. E, 

Douglaee, 
North Hero, to be supplied. 
Biohford, </. H, Wdltaoe, 
Saint AlbKns, 6^. E, Smith, 
Saint Albans Bay, J, T, Baxendale, 
Sheldon, to be supplied. 
Swanton. Elihu Snow, 
Underhill, L. E. Taylor. 
West Berkshire, East and South 

Franklin, W, C. Bobineon, 
West Embury, W, B, Pufer, 
Westford, to be supplied. 
Wookx>tt, W. E. Allen. 

SAINT JOHNSBUBY DI8T. 

StLTXSTBB DoNALDSOir, P.E. 
(P. 0.« Lyndon OenterJ 
Albany, John McDonald, 
Barton. F, W, Lewis, 
Barton Landing and Brownington, 

H, A, BuehneU, 
Bloomfield, Albert Gregory. 
Canaan, to be supplied. 
Coventry and Newport Center, C. 

W, Moree, 
Cniftsbury, M, P. B^U, 
Danville, to be Hupplied. 
Derby and Newport, S. W. Wilder, 
Eaxt Burke and East Haven, J, E. 

Farrow, 
Glover, B. J. Chrystio. 
Greenitborough and Stannard, W. 

A. Dutton. 
Guildhall, F. E. Currier. 
Hardwick and Woodbury, H. W, 

Worthen, 
Holland and Morgan, B. C. T. Mo- 

Kenxie. 
Irasburg, W. C. Johnson. 
Island Pond, A, L, Cooper, 
Lunenburg and East Concord, F, 

M, Boberte, 
Lyndon and Lyndonville, Leonard 

Dodd. I 



Newberry, Thomae Trevillian, 
Peacham, to be supplied. 
Saint Johnsbury, G, M, Curl, 
Saint Johnsbury Circuit and East 

Lyndon, Clark Wedgworth, 
Sheffield and Wheelock./.^..4/^. 
South Troy and Jay. to be supplied. 
Sutton, to be supplied. 
ViotOTT and Granby, to be sup- 

Walden and South Walden, John 

Thurston, 
West Burke, P, N, Granger, 
West Concord and South Yiotoiy, 

to he supplied. 
Westfleld andLoweU, i. P. Chan, 

SPBINGPIELD DISTBICT. 

ElOHABD MOBOAH, P.E. 

(P.O..BelIowsFaUa) 

Athens and Cambridgeport, to be 
supplied. 

Barnard and East Barnard, G, W, 
Wright, 

Bellows Falls. W, L Tbdd, 

Bondville, to be supplied. 

Bradford and Fairiee.J. G. Switaer. 

Brattleborough, A. H, Webb, 

Brownsville and Ascutneysville, 
a F, Partridge, 

Guilford and ^Halifiuc, to be sup- 
plied. 

Hartland and Windsor, to be sup- 
plied. 

Jacksonville, to be supplied. 

Laiidgrove, to be supplied. 

Ludlow. £. £. Reynolds. 

Meohanicsville and Cuttingsville, 
W. H. Atkinson. 

Perkinsville, to be supplied. 

Proctoreville, W, H, Wight. 

Putney, to be supplied. 

South Londonderry, W. A, Bryant, 

South Reading, to be supplied. 

South Royalton, W. M, GiUis. 

South Tunbridge, to be supplied. 

Springfield, B L, Bruce, 

Thetford and North Thetford, to 
be supplied. 

Union Village, H, F, Forest. 

Wardsboroujfh, C. H, Walter, 

West Bradford, to be supplied. 

West Fairloe and Copperfleld, to 
bo supplied. 

Weston, ^. G, Austin. 

Whito River Junction and Olcutt, 
C. H, Fameworth, 

Williamsville and East Dover, to 
be supplied. 

Wilmington, L. P. Tucker, 

Woodstock and Queeohee, O, D. 
Clapp. 

G. F. Arms, Missionary in the 
South Ameriam Mission. 

W, A. Evans, D. C. Thatcher, left 
without apDointmeiits to attend 
some ono or our schools. 

QaxsT. 84. Where shall the next 

Conference bs held t 

In Northfield. 



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PHILADELPHIA CONFERENCE, 

Held in Pottsville, Pa., Marck 13.18, 1690. 



BISHOP FITZGERALD, Presiding. 



J. R. T. GRAY, Secretary. 



QuxsT. 1. Who art recdved by 
Trantffr^ and from what Con- 
/erenotf 

Merritt Nulburd^f rom New York 
East ; QeoTgt W. Todd, a proba- 
tioner of the first year, from New- 
ark-2. 

Quest. 2. Who are Admitted on 
THalf 
Wm A. Ferguson (1889), Ed- 
ward W. Burke (1889), Eobert W. 
Bogcre, Charles W. Straw, Viigil 
E. Rorer, Arthur D. Mink, Wm. 
H. Beyer, Geonre H. Biokley, Jr., 
Frederiok A. Gacks, Thomas B. 
Crooks, Charles C. Clark, Benja- 
min F. Miller— 18. 

Quest. 8. Who Jiemafm on Trial f 
Wm. H. Lindermuth, John H. 
Haokenbeig — 2. 

Quest, i. Who are Discontinued f 
Samuel H. Webber. 

Quest. 5. Who are Admitted into 
FuU Connection r 
Ainofl B. Gelst, Frank E. Graeff, 
Orlaiulo C. Burt, George W. Bab- 
cock, John G. Wilson— 5. 

Quest. 6. Who are Re-admitted f 
None. 

Quest. 7. Who are Received on 

CredenUaU from other Churcheef 

William Shoeemilh. from the 

Methodist Episcopal Church, 

South. 

Quest. 8. What TraoeUng Pteaeh- 
ere have been elected Deaoontf 
F. E. Graeflf, J. G. Wilson— 2. 

Quest. 9. What Travtling IVeach- 

ere have been ordained Jjeaconef 

F. E. Graeflf, J. G. Wilson— 2. 

Quest. 10. What Local Preachere 
have been elected Deacons t 
George W. Adams^ Cotton Amy, 
Charles Bum8, Bci\jamln F. Mil- 
ler, Charles W. Straw, Wm. H. 
Beyer, Wm. D. Tuckey, Geoige 
A. Cnder, II tram McVey— 9. 

Quest. 11. Wh<ii Local Pi^achers 
have been ordained Deacons f 
George W. Adams, Cotton Amy, 
Charles Burns, Benjamin F. Mil- 
ler, Charies W. Straw, Wm. H. 
Beyer, Wm. D. Tuckey, George 
A. Crider, Hiram McVey— 9. 

Quest. 12. Who are the Traveling 

Deacons of the First Class f 

Amos D. Gebt, Frank E. 

Graeff, Orlando C. Burt, George 

W. Babcock, John G. Wilson— 5. 



Quest. 18. Who are the Traveling 
Deacons of the Second Class f 
Theophile D. Malan, Alexander 
D. Shields, Edward E. Dixon, 
Charles W. Langley, Konrad E. 
Ilartwig— 6. 

Quest. 14. What TYavelina Dea- 
cons have been elected £laers f 
Jamee £. Baymond, Samuel C. 

Carter— a. 

Quest. 15. What TraiveUng Dea- 
cons have been ordained Elders f 
James K. Raymond, Samuel C. 

Carter— 2. 

Nora.— Henry G. Appeniellar, pre* 
TioiMljr ordafned under the mlMonary 
rule, havlnc ■attofkctorilr paawd his ex- 
aminations. WM adranoed to the ikt of 
effective elders. 

Quest. 16. What Local Deacons 

have been elected Elders f 
John Boehm, Geo. B. Jones— 2. 

Quest. 17. What Local Deacons 

have been ordained Elders f 

George B. Jones. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Supernu- 
merary Preachers f 
G. D. Carrow, J. A. Cooper, T. 
W. McClnry, Samuel Pancoast, T. 
P. Newberry, T, C. Murphy, J. B. 
Bailey, W. W. Wisegarver, J. H. 
Alday, John Thompiton, William 
Trickett, Reuben C>wen. B. H. 
Sanderlin, W. H. Burrdl, L B. 
Merrill, 8. H. Reisner, W. C. 
Johnson. H. H. Bodine, W. B. 
Wood, E. B. Snyder, J. H. Smith, 
H. U. Sebring, H. E. Gilroy, J. S. 
Cook, Adam Wallace, Andrew 
Cathcr, E. H. Hoffman, W. W. 
MoMichael, A. F. Dotterer, Jo- 
seph Welch, Wm. MuUin, C. F. 
Turner, James Neill, F. M. Col- 
lins — 84. 

Quest. 19. Who are the i$i^>eran- 
nuated H'eachersf 
Abel Howard, George Heaook, 
M. II. Sisty, Thomas Montgomery, 
Peter Hallowell, J. D. Long, Jo- 
seph Carlisle, J. A. Watson, S. M. 
Cooper, John Shields, P. J. Cox, 
W. H. ElUott, Gasway Oram— 18. 

Quest. 20. Was the Character itf 
each Pt'cacher Ezamiiiedf 
This waR Ktrictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 

Quest. 21. Have atiy Diedf 

D. L. Patterson, G. W. Ly brand, 
L. B. Hughes, Joseph Mason, H. 
R. Calloway, L. W. Magee— 6. 

(Sec obituaries, p. 106.) 



QUBST. 22. Ba»e any been TVans- 
/erred, and to what Oor\ferencesf 
P. S. Merrill, to North Nebras- 
ka ; WUUamJiedh^er, to Newark ; 
G. K, Morris, to Cincinnati; G, 
W, Todd, a probationer of the first 
year, to Wilmington ; Franklin M. 
Welch, a proU&oner of the sec- 
ond year, to Central PennsylTaniA 



QUBST. 28. Save any Withdrammr 

None. 

Qdbst. 24. Save any been Loe&Ud 

at their own request f 

None. 

QuBST. 25. Bmfe any bem Located t 

None. 

Quest. 26. Have any beenpanmUed 
to Withdraw wider charge* or 
Complaintef 

None. 

Quest. 27. Bave any been SxpeUadf 
None. 

Quest. 28. Who are selected /or 
Triers of Appeale f 
J. J. Timanus, T. T. Mutchler, 
Wm. J. Paxson,iTheodore Stevens, 
David McKee, S. H. C. Smith, S. 
M. Vernon— 7. 

QUMT. 29. What is the Statistical 

Report for this Conference year/ 

(See tabulated statement, p. 209.) 

Quest. 80. What is the Conferenee 
Treasurer's Report for thu Con- 
ference year f 
Disciplinary answer not recdved. 

Quest. 81. What are the Claims 

on the Conference Fund f 

$17,781 91. 

Quest. 82. What has been Received 
on these Claims, and how has U 
been Applied? 

$14,866 91, 

which has been applied under 
order of the Comerence. 

Quest. 88. Where are tfu Preaehr 
ers Stationed r 

CTbeee appotntmeota are an In the State 

of Pennsylvania.] 

NORTH PHILADELPHIA 

DISTRICT. 

8. W. Thomas, P.E. 

(P. 0.« 1511 Centennial Ave., PfaUadeU 
phia.) 

Allentown, Wm, Bamford, 
Chew Street, to be supplied. 

Bangor, Naihaniel Turner* 
East, D. T, Smyth, 



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Bethlehem, E, K Burrist, 

South, B. F. Jhwdl. 
Bristol, S, T.KtmbU^ J.S. Cook, sup. 
Catssauqua, C\ JJ. Ho^tr, 
Chapman's, F, Jf. Brady. 
Che^ VaUey, L. M, hobb$. 



CornwelPsjto be supplied. 
")elaware Wa 
plied. 



Delaware Water Gap, to be sup- 



Haston: Memorial, to be supplied. 
Second Street, L. B. Hoffman, 
South and Odenweld, O, 8, 
Broadbent, 
Glendon, O. E, Stogdm. 
Lahaaka and Fenn*8 Park, ff. J. 

lUUk, 
Langhome, A C. CaH€r, 
Langsford and Summit, A. D. 

Gei»t. 
Lehiffhton, G, W, Bungan. 
Lumberville, A. M, Siranhom, 
Blanch Chunk, B, M, NeiU, 

£ast,^.i^. Taylor. 
Missions: Northampton County, 
to be supplied. 
Bangor, Welsli, to be supplied. 
Mountain Home, to be supplied. 
Morrisville, to be supplied. 
I^eshaminy and Bensalem, R, C, 

Wood, 
Nesquehoning, /. E, GranUy, 
New Hope, J, T. Gray, 
Newtown, A. L, Hood. 
Parryville and Packerton, to be 

supplied. 
Pen Argyle, B. T, CalUn, 
Philadelphia: Bridesburg, F. A, 
Gilbert. 
Bustleton, Samuel fforweU. 
Cambria Street, W. A. Ferguson. 
Cumberland Street, J. J. Ti- 

manus. 
East Alleghany, G. ^. Bred- 

head. 
East Montgomery, JI. T. Quigg. 
Eden, N. D. MeComas. 
Fifth Street, J. D. Fox. 
Frankford: Central,/. iS.jy«^A«, 
one to be supplied. 
Frankford Avenue, C. M. 

Simpeon. 
Orthodox, G. B, Bvrru. 
Paul Street, J. R. T. Gray. 
Front Street, G. L. Schaffer, 
Hanoock Street, J. W. Sayer$. 
HolmesHurg, Jfarw Graves. 
Kensington, Wm. Swinddle. 
Mount Olivet, to be supplied. 
Norris Square, Richard Turner. 
Port Richmond, Robert Whinna. 
Saint George's, R, J. Carson. 
Saint John% «/. W. Latioley. 
Seventh Street, W. 0. Webb. 
Siloam, F. B. Lyiich. 
SomertOD, A. D. Shields. 
Summerfleld, JS. H. V. Smith. 
Tacony, G. G. Rakestraw. 
Wesley, F. E. Graeff. 
Portland, George E. Kleinhenn. 
Qus^ertown, to be supplied. 
Saubsville, to be supplied. 
Bichmond, to be supplied. 
Soottville, to be supplied. 
SlaUngton, to be supplied. 
Spragueville, W. If. Zweieig. 
Stroudsburg, 8. G. Grove, 

East, Henry White. 
Tannersville, to be supplied. 
Tobyhanna, Ephraim hits. 
TuUytown, to be supplied, 
Yardley, to be supplied. 



T. Snowden Thomas^ Editor of the 
I^niHiula Methodist— member of 
Seventh Street, Philadelphia, 
Quarterly Conference. 

Thomas Kirkpairiek^ Chaplain to 
the House of Correction— mem- 
ber of Paul Street, Frankford, 
Quarterly Conference. 

N0BTH-WE8T PHILADEL- 
PHIA DISTRICT. 
J. F. MsBBniTH, P.E. 

(P. 0.,il» North 18th Street, Phlladel. 
phla.) 

Ambler, to be supplied. 
Bethel, A. M. wCagiws. 
Bethel Circuit, to be supplied. 
Birdsborough, Edward Devine. 
Boyertown, to be supplied. 
Cedarville, -1. A. Thompson. 
Cheltenham, Henry Frankland. 
Conshohocken, T. M. Grifith. 
Cressona, William Rink. 
Cumbola, to be supplied. 
Doylestown, G. H. Lorah. 
Evannburg, to be supplied. 
Frackville, Edward Townsend. 
Gilberton, John BeU. 
Girardrille, A. I. Collom, 
Hatborough, Ravil Smith. 
Hamburg, J. II. Hackenburg. 
Hanner Hill, MaUhias Bamhill. 
Jarrettstown, to be supplied. 
Jenkintown, Virgil E. Rorer. 
Lansdale, J. K. Raymond, 
Mahanoy City, L. B, Brown, 
Mahanoy Plains, to be supplied. 
MineiBVille, John Dyson. 
Montgomery Square, to be sup- 
plied. 
Norristown: First Church, T. M, 
Jackson, 
Haws Avenue, F, F, Bond. 
Oak Street, Jacob Bickerson, 
North Wales, W. H. Beyer. 
PhUadelphia: Chestnut Hill, W, 
P.Howdl. 
Columbia Avenue, C, M.Bosweil. 
Cookman, G. B. Bums^ A. 

Wallace^ sup. 
Brie Avenue, I, M. Gable. 
Falls of Schuylkill, T. T. Mutch- 

ler. 
Germantown : Haines Street, R. 
W. Humphries. 
Mount Pleasant Avenue, Al- 
fred Heebner. 
Saint Stephen^s, A. L. Urban. 
Grace, E. K. louug, James 

Nedl, sup. 
Huntingdon Street, G. W. Bab- 
cook. 
Manayunk : Ebeuezer, G. W. F. 

Mount Zion! H, R Robinson, 
Memorial, W. S, Pugh, 
Mount Carmel, Wiltiam Major, 
Milestown, Harry Hess, 
Park Avenue, Henry Baker, 
Roxborough: Central, B, T, 
String, 

Ridge Avenue^ /. W,Harkins, 
Saint James, W. L. MeDoioeil, 
Tabernacle. «/: 0. Wilson. 
Tioga, 8. W. GehreU, 
Trinity, C. W, Buoy, 
Twentieth Street, W. C, Best, 
Twenty-ninth Street, J,P, Duffy, 
Union, J. F. Crouch, 
West York Street, W. S, Wheeler, 
Wissahickon, J, W. Jackson. 



Phoenixville, Henry Wheeler. 

Port Carbon, Wm, H. Pickop. 

Pottstown: Fifth Street, G. H. 
Bickley, Jr. 
First Church, A, G. Kynett. 

Potts ville, Theodore Stevetu, 

Beading: Covenant, Noble Drome, 
Ebenezer, W. J. Stevenson. 
Saint Peter's, S, H. Hoover. 

Rovorsford, J. 8, Lame, 

Samt Clair, James Sampson, 

Saint Paul's, Frederick lUman. 

Shenandoah, Eli PickersgiU, 

Spring City, Josiah Bawden. 

Tamaqua, H. B. Cassavant. 

Temple, to be supplied. 

Valley Forge, to oe supplied. 

William Penn, W. H. Aspril. 

Willow Grove, to be suppued. 

/. B. MeCulloughy Editor of the 
Philadelphia Methodist— mem- 
ber of Grace, Philadelphia, Quar- 
terly Conference. 

T, A, Femley^ Corresponding Sec- 
retary of the Philadelphia Sab- 
bath Association — member of 
Grace, Philadelphia, Quarterly 
Conference. 

James Morrow^ Secretary of the 
Pennsylvania Bible Societjr — 
member of Haines Street, Pnilar- 
delphia, Quarterly Conference. 
W. L. cira/y. Corresponding Sec- 
retary of tne Philadelphia Con- 
ference Tract Society— member 
of Grace, Philadelphia, Quarter- 
ly Conference. 

WEST PHILADELPHIA DIST. 
J. H. Harois, P.E. 

(P. 0.. .) 

Atglen and Mount Pleasant, to be 

supplied. 
Berrj-sbuig, E. W. Burke. 
Berwyn, C. W. Straw. 
Bird-in-Hand, G. S, Kerr. 
Bryn Mawr: Radnor, A. TK. 
QluiamJby. 

Siunt Luke's, R. D. Naylor. 
Charlestown, F, B, Harvey, 
Churohtown and Morgantown, T. 

R. Crooks. 
Coateeville, Thomas Harrison, 
Cornwall, A, M. Viven, 
Coventry ville, Oeorae Mack, 
Dauphin, Richard Kaines. 
Downingtown, A. L. Wilson, 
Georgetown and Gap, C, L. GauL 
Glen Moore, W. F. Sheppard, 
Good Will, J. S. McKinley. 
Grove, G. W. North. 
Halifax, W. K, McNeal, 
Honeybrook, 8, W. Smith. 
Hopewell and Hibemia, George 

Alcorn. 
HummelPtown, to be supplied. 
Lancaster: Duke Street, 8, M* 
Vernon, 

Saint Paul's, E. C. Yerkes. 

Western. C. C. Clarke. 
Lebanon, N, B, Durrell, 
Lewellyn, to be supplied. 
Lower Merirtn and Beth Raffen, Z» 

/>. McCliniock. 
Lykens, S, H, Evans, 
Malvern, to be supplied. 
Manada and Paxton, to be sup- 
plied. 
Middletown, David McKee, 
Millersburg, D. M, Gordon, 

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Mount Joy, Williard 8ho€$mUh, 

Parkeeburff and Pomeroy, «/. M, 
WheeUr, 

Philadelphia: Asbury,^. a Orif- 
JUhi, C, F, Turner, sup. 
Belmont, B, 8. De Bow. 
Centenanr, i>. W, Gordon, 
Christ Churoh, BobeH MeKay, 

B. W. Bogera. 
Emmanuel. Amot Johnton, 
Emory, to be supplied. 
Epworth, to be supplied. 
Fletcher, C, E. Adammm, 
Fortieth Street. /. 8, J, MeOot^ 

nell, T, C. Jivrphvj sup. 
Qreen Street, J, T. Saichell, 
Haddington. J, 71 Swindells, 
Mission: PhUadelphia, Welsh, 

to be supplied. 
I^ineteenth Street, Chas, Boade, 
Sanotuary, Samuel Barnes. 
Sprinff Garden Street, JferrtU 

BtUhtrd. 
Thirteenth Street, Enoch Sivbbs, 
Twelfth Street, 8, W, KwrU, 

Pine Grove, A. A. Arthur, 

Salem, to be supplied. 

Springfield ana Harmony, Wm, 
Jbwick, 

Steelton, J. C, Wood. 

Thorndale, to be supplied. 

Tower City, to be supplied. 

Tremont, to be supplied. 

Wioonisco, 0. R. Cook. 

Williamstown, Arthur Oakes, 

C. J. LUtle, ProfesHor in Syraouse 
University — memt»er of Christ 
Church, Philadelphia, Quarterly 
Conference. 

J. T. Affhton. Moral Inntructor 
in Eastern Penitentiary — mem- 
ber of Spring Garden Street, 
Philadelphia, Quarterly Confer- 
ence. 

O. W, McLaughlin^ Correspond- 
ing Secretary of Pennsylvania 
Seamen's Friend Society— mem- 
ber of Fortieth Street, Philadel- 
phia, Quarterly Conference. 

Aaron i^i^^^nAovMtSuperintendent 
of Methodist Episcopal Hos- 



pital, PhUadelphia— member ot 
Fletdier, Philadelphia, Quarter- 
ly Conference. 

8. 0, (^orriaon. Superintendent of 
New Jersey Home for Education 
of Feeble Minded Children. 

E. I. D, Pepper, Editor of Christian 
Standard— member of Thir- 
teenth Street, Philadelphia, 
Quarterly Conference. 

SOUTH PHILADELPHIA DIS- 

TBICT. 

T. B. Nmlt, P,E. 

(P.O, .) 

Avondale and Chatham, J. G. 

Wilson. 
Bainbridge, to be supplied. 
Bethlehem and Stony Bank, to be 

supplied. 
Boehm's, C, 8. Mendne, 
Chester: Madison, W, J, Bxx9on, 

Providence Avenue, to be sup- 
plied. 

Tnnity, WUHam M, Bidgway, 
H, E. Oilroy,wxp, 

South, Jerome Lindemuth. 
Clifton and Mount Pleasant, W, 

B. Chalfant. 
Cochranville, F. A. Gaoks. 
Columbia. Q^iw Gaul. 
Crozierville, J. W. Bradley 
Darby, J. M. Hinson. 
Elam, to be supplied. 
Femwood, John O^NeUl. 
Friendfthip, B. F. Miller. 
Fulton, to be supplied. 
Kedron, ComeUus Hudson, 
Kennett Square, 0. C. Burt 
Landenburg and Flint Hill, to be 

supplied. 
Lima and Howellville, to be sup- 
plied. 
Marcus Hook, H. F. JseU. 
Marietta, Jonathan Bungan, 
Marshallton, B. O, Bouawift, 
Media : First Chupohj J.B.Martin, 

South, to be supplied. 
Millersville, to be supplied. 
Mount Hope, Wilmer Cqjfman, 
Mount Nebo, F. G. Coxson, 



New London and Hickory HHl, 0. 
W. Langley. 

Norwood, A, N. MilUson, 

Nottingham, to be supplied. 

Oxford, jTp. Miller. 

Philadelphia: Arch Street, J, A. 
M, Chapman, 
Bethany, J. W. Budolph, 
Broad Street, W, J, JitlU, 
Christian Street. IT. B, Smi^. 
City Missions, George Oumenins^ 

one to be supplied. 
Ebeneier, 8, A. HeUner, 
Eighteenth Street, J, G, Bieker- 

tim^ F, M, Collins, sup. 
Eleventh Street, GarhuU Bead, 
Fitzwater Street, G, A, Woffa. 
Mariner's Bethel. Wm, Downey, 
Messiah, A, J, AnUhor, 
Missions : Philadelphia, Italian 

Missions, T. D. Bialan. 
Pasohalville, G, T, Hurloek, 
Pitman, W, C, Robinson, 
Saint Luke's, W. H. Lindemuth. 
Saint Matthew's, to be supplied* 
Saint Paul's. J, B. Wood, 
Salem, /. B. Oraff. 
Scott, W. D. Jone*. 
Tasker, W, H, FHes, 
West End, /. W, JWHnpine. 
Western, Thomas Kelly, 
Wharton Street, C, W. Bieiley, 
Woodbind Avenue. W^. IT. Cook- 
man, E. H, Hoffman, sup. 

Prospect Park. E. E. Dixon. 

Quairyville, 6. B, Johnson, 

Sharon Hill, Arthur D. Mink. 

Siloam, B, A. McBwain. 

Strasburg, William T, Mages. 

Union, to be supplied. 

Upland, John Stringer, 

Washington Borough, to be sup- 

W plied, 
est Chester, W, H, Shqfer, 
Swedish Missions, K.RTHartwig. 
H. G. Appemeller^ missionary in 
Korea. 

Quest. 84. Where shall the next 

Voftferenee be held / 
Beferred to Commission on En- 
tertainment 



TROY CONFERENCE, 

Held ia Saratoga Springs, N. Y., April I«.3I, 1890. 



BISHOP NEWMAN, Presiding. 



J. H. COLEMAN, Secretary. 



QussT. 1. Who ars Receipted hy 
Transfer, and from what Con- 
ferences f 

Wm. B. Crawford, from North- 
west Iowa: Charles F. Vaa*«nt, 
from New Jersey — 2. 

QcxsT. 2. Who are Admitted on 
Tried? 
James S. Clark, Fred L. Decker, 
John N. Goodrich. George J. 
Kunz, John Duffield, Jay W. 
Somerville, Burt M. Kent, Charles 
S. Robertson, Wm. H. Edwards, 
Charles R. Churoh— 10. 

QuBST. 3. Who Remain on Trialf 
Martin L. Fisher, Joel H. Lin- 



coln, Sydney M. Harris, Lyman 
C. Pettit, Geonre W. Sisum, Sam- 
uel G. Avres, Thomas B. Gardner. 
Joseph W. Schwartzman, Edward 
Wilson, Wm. W. Eaton, George 
W. May-11. 

Quest. 4. Who are Biscontinuedf 
Samuel McChesney. 

QuKST. 5. Who are AdmUi^ into 

F*dl Connection? 

Charles A. Weed, Charles S. 

Agan, Charles L. Hall, Herbert 

A. Wood, Clarence E. Bisscll— 5. 

Quest. 6. Who are Re-admitted f 
None. 



Quest. 7. Who are Received on 

Credenliidsf^rom other Churches? 

None. 

Quest. 8. What Traveling Preach- 
ers have been ejected Beacons ? 
Charles A. Weed, Charles S. 

Agan— 2. 

Quest. 9. What Travdiftg Preach- 
ers have been ordained Beacons f 
Charles A. Weed, Charles S. 
Agan — 2. 

Quest. 10. What Local Preachers 
have been elected Deacons f 
James S. Clark, John Duffield, 
Wm. C. Burdick, Isaac A. Yon- 
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mans, Bmt M. KenL Joseph W. 
SohwartmuuL Frank P.EsUbrook, 
John A. Hamilton— 8. 

Qcsn. 11. What Local Pnachen 
ham 6«m ordaifud Deaeonsf 
James 8. Clark, John DuflBeld, 
Wm. a Burdick. Isaac A. Toa- 
mana, Burt M. &ent, Joseph W. 
Sohwartanan. Frank P. Esta- 
k, John A. 



brook, 4 



, Hamilton— 8. 



Quxn. li. Who Of ths TrtofeUmg 
DeaooHM^thtFhni CUmf 
Frederic O. Winans, Charles A. 
Weed, Charles 8. A<nm, Charles 
L. Hall, Herbert A. Wood, Clar- 
enoe E. Biasell— 6. 

Qvx0T. 18. Who art the TraneUng 
Deacont oj tht Second Clam f 
Beriah C. Brown, Edward D. 
White, Thomas C. Harwood, Wm. 
H. Flonton. Walter 8. Baton, 
Charles F. Yanaant— 6. 

QuM. 14. What TroHUng Dea- 
cont have been deeUd JSlaenf 
Charles Worrid|c, Garret H. La 
Orange, Balph W. C. Ziehmn, 
George W. Love, Eugene 8. 
Morey. George H. Bain, Philip 
Goettel, Chartes F. yansant--8. 

Nora.— flamnel H. Klrkbride was elect' 
•d elder under the mMonanr rale. 

QnuT. 15. Whai Travelinp J>ea- 
eonehauebtin ordained Eldertf 
Charles Worridc, Garrett H. La 
Grange, Balph W. C. Ziehrao, 
George W. Love, Eugene 8. 
Morey, George H. Bain, Philip 
Goettel, Charles F. Vansant— 6. 

QuxsT. 16. What Local Deacons 
have been elected £ldcrtf 
Smith H. Wilbur, John Grim- 
shaw— 2. 

QuBST. 17. What Local Deacont 
have been ordained Eld^t t 
8mith M. Wilbur, John Grim- 
ahaw— 2. 

Qosar. 18. Who are the Supemu- 
mtrarjf Jhreachcrtf 
Wm. Griffin, Buasell M. Little, 
Abram Viele, Jeremiah 8. Hart, 
Bofftwiok Hawley, Wm. H. L. 
Starks, Wm. H. Kowsora, Francis 
A. Soule, Richard F. Wade, Wm. 
H. Meeker. James L. 81flmon, An- 
drew McGilton, Henry W. 81ocum, 
Stephen N. Cornell, Bobert Wash- 
bum, Charles Reynolds, Oscar J. 
SquireB, Lorenzo Marshall, Tho*. 
C. Potter, 8amuel McKean, Thos. 
W. Harwood, Chester F. Burdick, 
Cabot M. Clark, John P. Haller, 
George H. H. Davis, Loyal A. 
Bigclow, Joel R. Wager— 27. 

QuvsT. 19. Who are the ihtperan" 
Huated Breaehertf 
Gilbert Ward, Bishop Isbell, 
Cicero Barber, Benjamin 8. Bum- 
ham, Robert M. Taylor, John 
Graves, George G. 8axe, Diodoru» 
H. Loveland, Richard Brown, Ed- 
ward Noble, Wm. F. Hurd, Ste- 
phen Parks, Joel Squter, Oscar 
5 • 



Mott, John K. Cheeseman, George 
C. Bancroft, Robert Fox, George 
C. Shnmons, Cyrus Meeker, Henry 
B. Taylor. Peter M. Hitehoock, 
John W. Belknap, Joseph Eames, 
Bei\jamin W. Powell^ John New- 
man, Oren Gregg, Hiram Blanoh- 
ard, Caleb C. Bedell, Andrew W. 
Smith. Amos Osbom, Charles De- 
val, Simeon Gardner, Edward N. 
Howe, Wm. A. Miller, David T. 
ElUott. Wm. Earle, Stephen Pal- 
mer, HeuiT M. Munsee, Augustus 
F. BaUev. Alvin C. Rose, Hannibal 
H. Smith, Jamea M. Edgerton, 
Benjamin Coz— 48. 

QuxsT. 20. Wat the Character qf 
each JYeacher JSxan^nsdf 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 

QuvsT. 21. Jiaife any Diedf 

EliMha B. Hair, Xurry H. Towa- 
ley, Harvey F. Austin, Jesse F. 
CnSg, Abel Ford—S. 

(See obituaries, p. 111.) 

QuxsT. 22. Have any been Trant- 
/erred, and to tohat Q»\ferenottf 
Jay W. Somerville, to South- 
west Kansas ; Oeorge L, CoUyer^ 
to New Hampshire— 2. 

QuvsT. 28. Ham any Withdrawn f 
None. 

Quest. 24. Have any been Located 

at their own requettf 

None. 

QussT. 25. Have any been Located f 
None. 

QuisT. 26. Haveanybeen permitted 
to Withdraw under Charget or 
Oomplainttf 

James A. Heath. 

QuisT. 27. Have any been J&cpeUcdf 
None. 

Quvsr. 28. Who are telccted for 
Triert ofAppealtf 
Bei^amin F. Livingston, John 
J. Noe, John W. Bennett, James 
H. Brown, Erskine L. Arnold, 
Edwin P. Stevens, Thomas A. 
Griffin— 7. 

Quest. 29. What it the Statittical 

Report for ihit Conference yearf 

(See tabulated statement, p. 189.) 

Quest. 80. What it the Conference 
Treaturer^e Rtportfor this Con- 
ference yearf 
Disciplinary answer not received. 

QtTBST. 81. What are the Claimt 

on tht Cotiference Fundf 

$9,866 47. 

Quest. 82. What hat been Received 
on these Claimt, and how Aos it 
been Applied f 

$9,866 47, 

which has been applied under or- 
der of the Conference. 



Quest. 88. Where are the lV«aeA- 
er$Stationedf 

rrheae appolntmeotsareallla tbeState 
of New Tone, exeei4 aa otlienrlse In- 
dicated.1 

ALBANY DISTRICT. 

J. W. Eaton, P.E. 

(P. 0., Albany.) 

Akin and Tribes BjH, JC J. Oe- 

Albany: Ash Grove, C, A. 8. 
Heath, 

First Churoh, & V. Leech. 

Grace, i'. Z. Dow. 

Saint Luke's, '^^ ^- WUUamt. 

Trinity. H C. Farrar. 
Ames, W. J. Sandt. 
Amsterdam, W, M, Brundage. 
BiUh-on-the-Hudson, B. F. Uo^ 

ingston, 
Canigoharie, /. Z. AUoeU. 
Castleton, Edwin Genqe. 
Central Bridge, F. L. Decker. 
Clarksville and New Salem, IF, 

Hllouton. 
Cobleskill, Thomas A, Griffin. 
Delmar. to be Bupplied. 
East Groenbush and Clarke's 

Chapel, W. H, Hoag, 
Esperance and Sloansville, Clot* 

ence JfUler, 
Fonda, /. W, Quintan, 
Fort Hunter, J. W. Schwarti- 

man. 
Fort Plain, 2>. W. Dayton, 
Frey's Bush, Aaron Hall. 
Fultonville, G, W, ISatton. 
Gallupville, Bomine Campbell, 
Greenoush, £. H, Brown, 
Grovesnor^s Comen^Bdward Mor- 
gan. 
Guilderland, C, Worrich, 
Huntersland, to be supplied. 
HyndavUleTE. D. White. 
Kmderhook, N, C. Patrker, 
Knox and Berne, Clarence E. 

Bissell. 
Middleburg, G. C. Morehouse, 
Minuville, to be supplied. 
Mineral Springs. Jcm Martin, 
Newtonville, John J. Noe, 
Quaker Street and Burtonville, G. 

H, La Grange, 
Rensaeliierville, to be supplied. 
Richmondville and West J^ch- 

mondville, S, J, JRobinson, 
Rockton, M. L. Fisher. 
Rotterdam and State Road, to be 

supplied. 
Rural Grove, J. N. Goodrich. 
Schenectady, C. D. HiOt, E. A. 

Braman, 
Schoharie. E, S, Morey, 
Seward, G. W, Browne, 
Sharon, to be supplied. 
vShoron Springs and Center Valley, 

Slingerlands, C, V, Gritmer. 

Sprout Brook and Salt Springvale, 
V. a Fisher, ^ ^ 

Stuyvesant, to be supplied. 

Stuyvesant Falls, to be sup- 
plied. 

Valatie, W, L. Smith, 

Voorheesville, G. W. Sisum. 

S. fr.-fiy^*r<<m— Chaplain of Sing 
Sing State Prison — member of 
Ash Grove, Albany, Quarterly 
Conference. 



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BURLINGTON DISTRICT. 

John M. Wkbbtxb, P.E. 

(P. 0.. Brandon. Tt.) 

Arlington and Sandgate (Vt.)} Wm, 
B. Vrawfard, 

Bennington ( Yt.), TT. «/. Chapman, 

Benson (Vt), J. 8. Clark, 

Brandon (Vt.). C. R, HawUy, 

Bridport and onoreham (Vt), to be 
supplied. 

Bristol (Vt.), to be supplied. 

Burlington ( Vt.), H. A, Siarkt, 

Cambridge, B, P. Stevent. 

CastJeton (Vt), X. Z. Walker, 

Charlotte (Vt), to be supplied. 

Fdir Haven ( Vt), D, C. Aym. 

GranviUe, M. H, SmUh. 

Hampton, George J. Kunz. 

Hinesburg (Vt ), J, G. I^kins, 

Leibeftter and Gtoshen (Vt), to be 
supplied. 

Liuooin (Vt.), to be supplied. 

Manchester Center (Vt), J. M, 
AfpUman, 

'Mendon and East Pittsford (Vt), 
C -B Lewit, 

Hiddlebury (Vt ), F. G, Beaxt. 

Middletown Springs (Vt), to be 
supplied. 

Monkton (Vt), to be supplied. 

^orth Forrlsbui); (Vt), to be sup- 
plied. 

North Granville, to*be supplied, 

Panton (Vt), Z. Z. Lawrence, 

Pawlet (Vt ), S. M. Harris. 

Pittsford (Vt), T, J), Walter. 

Poultnev (Vt), S. U, Adeit, 

Raoevilfe, B, L, Kdmy, 

Ripton (Vt), to be supplied. 

Rupert (Vt), W, B, Groai, 

Rutland (Vt), S, JfeZauffMin, D, 
R, Lowell, 

Salem, W. S. Eaton. 

Shelbume (VtV. C, F, Wilcox, 

Shushau and West Arlington, J, 
E, Metealf. 

South Shafxsbury and Shaftsbury 
(Vt), M. HUAooek, 

StarksboruughrVt), to be supplied. 

Tinmouth and Davy Comers (Vt), 
V,BTry, 

Veigennes and Ferrisbuig (Vt), 
W, P, Rnlison, 

Wells and East Wells (Vt), to be 
supplied. 

West Addison (VtO, to be supplied. 

West Hebron and Belcher, Thomae 
Monroe. 

West Rutland (Vt), to be supplied. 

West Salisbury and East Middle- 
bury (Vt), to be supplied. 

Weybridge (Vt). to be supplied. 

White Creek ana North Benning- 
ton (Vt), W, Clark. 

Williaton(Vt), T, W. Gregory. 

Wiuooski (Vt), J. 8. Rridg^ord. 

C, B, Ihtnton, Principal of Troy 
Conference Academy — member 
. of Poultney Quarterly Conf. 

8. G. Ayres, AasiAtant Librarian 
»^ of Drew Theological Seminary — 

member of Fair Haven Quarterly 

Conference. 

PLATTSBURG DISTRICT. 
A. D. Heaxt, P.E. 
(P. 0., Plattsbnrg.) 
[Aigyle, O. B. Van Ihieen. 
I Ausable Forks, to be supplied. 



Beekmantown, C. F, VaneaiU. 

Bloomin^fdale, John Duffleld. 

Champlam and Rouse's Point, C, 
A, Bradford, 

Chaiy, M. M. Curry, 

Clintonville, W. H. Edwards. 

Crown Point, C. L, Bagar, 

Danncmora, to be suppfied. 

Elixabethtown, to be Kupplied. 

Ellenbui^, B, C, Boft, 

Essex, 0. Thompeon, 

Fort Ann and Kingsbury, S, L, 
Arnold, 

Fort Edward, W, W, Cox, 

Glens Falls, tftfo. W. Brown, 

Hartford, TF. E, BMer. 

Jay, C, B, Richmond, 

Keeseville. «/. B, Bond, 

Lake G«orge, A, H, Bath. 

Lyon Mountain and Standiah, J. 
P, Crane. 

Mooens C. J. MoU, 

Mooers Forks and Altona, to be 
supplied. 

Monah, 8, B, Gregg, 

Newoomb, to be supplied. 

North Hudson, to be supplied. 

Patten's Mills and West Fort Ann, 
C. A. Weed. 

Peru, A. 0. Spoor, 

Plattsburg, (f. A, Bmretl. 

Port Henry, W, R, Winane, 

Reber, to be supplied. 

Redford and FeaseleyviUe, to be 
supplied. 

Sandy Hill, C. S, Green. 

Saranao, S. C, Farwell, 

Saranao Lake, C. P. Anibal, 

Sohroon Lake, B. C. Brown. 

Schuyler Falls, B. Mareh. 

South Glens Falls. ^. Wolford, 

Ticonderoga, J. B, Robinson. 

Upper Jay and Keene, to be sup- 
plied. 

Valcour and South Plattsbuig, C. 
R. Church. 

Warrensburg, A. Baton, 

West Chasy, 8. D. Elkine, 

Westport, J. G. Fallon. 

Whitehall, B. J. McKeman. 

Willsborough, B, L. Ferris. 

West Mountun, to be supplied. 

J, B. King, President of Fort Ed- 
ward Institate— member of Fort 
Edward Quarterly Conference. 

B, L, Grants Chaplain of Clinton 
State Prison— member of Platts- 
burg Quarterly Conference. 

SARATOGA DISTRICT. 
H. Graham, P.E. 
(P. 0., LanaingbnrR.) 
Ballston, Jos^h Zwei/el. 
Benson and Hop**, to be supplied. 
Bleecker, to be supplied. 
Broadalbin, B, If.Boyce. 
Charlton and Burnt Hills, G, A. 

Kerr. 
Chestertown, L. C. Pettit 
Clifton Park and Newtown, B, 8, 

Allen. 
Cohoes: First Church, W, K 
Waehbume. 
French Mission, to be sup- 
plied. 
Saint James, B. Wright, 
Corinth, J. B. Searlee. 
Creek Center, R. Patterson, 
Crescent, R. E. Jenkins, 
Day, to be supplied. 



Ephratah and Roekwood, to be 

supplied. 
Galway, J). P. Brooks. 
Gansevoort, F. O. Winans. 
Glenville. to be supplied. 
GloversviUe : First Church, C, W* 
Rowley, 

Fremont Street, T. O* Thompson.. 

North Main Street, E. Wisemasu 
Greenfield Center, Geo. W. May* 
Green Island, A, B, Eaton* 
Greenwich, M. D. Jump. 
HMaman*s Mills, M, B^Mead. 
Indian Lake, to be supplied. 
Johnsburg, Joel BalL 
Johnstown, J. B, Brown, 
Jonesville, B. N. Munaer, 
Ketcham*s CoTuenjB.RMeBenzie^ 
Luzerne, F. R Sherwood. 
Malta Ridge and Coons, F. JT. 

Mayfleld, J. S. Clark. 
MeohanicvUIe, G. B. StockwelL 
Northampton, J. H. Linotto. 
North Crock, to be rappGed. 
Northville, J. C. Russwn. 
PottersvHle, to be supplied. 
Rezftml Flats, R W. C, Ztihmn, 
Rock City Falls, C. L. HalL 
Round Lake, D, N, Lewis, 
Saratoga, D, W. Gates. 
Sohuylerville, B. 8, Rowe. 
Stillwater, W. W. Raton. 
Waterford, S. J, Guertuey. 
WelU, to be supplied. 
Wilton, to be supplied. 

TROY DISTRICT. 

W. H. HcoHM, P.E. 

(P. 0., Lanalngbun.) 

Adams (Mass.), Le Grand Jones. 

Averill Park and Sand Lake, B 

M. Kent 
Beriin, W, D. BUchcock. 
Brainard and East Naaeau, S. 

Meredith. 
Brunswick, Edward Wilson. 
Chatham Center, Milton Tatar, 
Cheshire (Mass.), to be supplied. 
Columbia, to be supplied. 
Cooksborough, T. C. Harwood. 
Dalton (Ma8S.J, C. F. Bbble, 
Eagle Milli«, / B. Wood, 
Easton and North Cambridge, A, 

J. Day. 
Grafton and East Brunswick, to b« 

supplied. 
Hoag^s, to be supplied. 
HooHick Falls, B. A. Jhtefee. 
Johnsonville. /. B. Armstrong.. 
Laneshorougn and New Ashford, 

W. W. Foster. 
Lausinff buiK : First Church,. L J)„ 

Van ValketJnirg, 

Hedding Church, C. S. Robert- 
son. 
Nassau, G. W. Love. 
North Adams (Mass.), TT. W, Foe- 

Ur.Jr. 
Nortn Chatham and Niverville, E^ 

A. Blanchard. 
North Hoosiok and Eagle Bridge, 

G. B. Bobbins. 
Old Chatham and Maiden, T. B. 

Gardner. 
Petersburg and North Petersburg^ 

J. B. Sylvester. 
Pittsfield (Mass.), J. E. C, Sawyer^ 
Pittstown, Ebenezer Comstock, 
Pownal (V t), Philip Goettel, 



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Sclia^htlcoke, / C FerUon, 
hciiu>(htiooke Uill and Melrose, £, 

t. Taylof, 
Stanitord (Vt.), O, H, Bain, 
South Cambndge' and Buskirka, 

A. jr. Woodr^. 
Tomhannock, J7G, Oooding, 
Troy; Fifth Avenue, J. H, OoU- 
man, 

Oraoe, F, Widnur, 

Levings, C, Edwards. 

Memorial. F, Lownd4$, 

Pawling Avenue, J, H, Clark, 



Troy : State Street, «/. W, Tttomp- 
»on. 

Third Street,.^. C, SimanoM, 

Trinity, /. W, SmneU, 
Valle;^ Falls, B. If. Murdoch, 
Washington and Beoker (Ma88.)t 

C. S. Agan. 
West Lebanon and Qarfield, to be 

supplied. 
West Band Lake, R, J, Davut, 
West Trov : Firet Avenue, B, B, 
LoamU, 

Third Avenue, L, A, Dibble, 



WilUamstown (Mass.), P. F. 
Youiin, 

Homer Eaion^ Agent of the Meth- 
odist Book Concern, New York 
— member of the State Street 
Quarterly Conference. 

8, H, Kirkbride^ Missionary in 
New Mexico. 

QussT. 84. Where shatt tke next 
Conference be held t 

In Johnstown. 



NORTH INDIANA CONFERENCE, 

Held in MaBcie, lad., April S-T, 1690. 



BISHOP NINDE, Presiding. 



C. G. HUDSON, Secretary. 



QussT. 1. Who art Beeehed by 
Tranter ^ and from what C&r^ 
ferenceef 

Jacob C, WhUe, from South-east 
Indiana ; FXnley V.Newhoute^ from. 
Bengal : John S, CMn, from West 
Nebraska; J, M, Driver y from Il- 
linois — i. 

Quest. % Who art Admitted on 
Trialf 
John C. White, Wm. J. Waltz, 
Alpheus A. Turner, Jaoob W. 
Obom, Elmer W. Rhlnehart, Syl- 
vester Bilheimer, Allen B. Frye, 
"' '^ • ' Mellin- 
Freder- 
Croan, 

John H. Walters, John J. Fred, 
Wnu G. Bogue— 15. 

QnvsT. 8. Who Remain on Triair 
Jay C. Dorwin, Ulysses 8. A. 
Bridge, Charles C. AlbertMon, 
John £. Keeler, Arthur Q. Neal, 
AlbertUM T. Briggs. Charles A. 
Mikels, George A. Wilson, Ulys- 
ses A. Foster, John F. Bailey— 10. 

QuxsT. 4. Who are Dieeontinued f 

None. 

Quest. 5. Who are Admitted into 
Fidl Vminection f 
Asher S. Preston, John M. De 
Weene. Wm. J. Gamble, Charles 
M. Hollopeter, Doric V. Williamfi, 
Cassius C. Cissell, Jor*eph A. K. 
Oahring, Wilber M. Nelson, George 
W. Green, Frands Laoey, Madii^on 
A. HarhbiL Daniel H. Guild, Ho- 
mer C. Ashcraft, Wm. Parfltt— 14. 

Quest 6. Who are Re-admUtedf 
None. 

Quest. 7. Who are Received on 
Credeniialefrom other Churches f 
John Heim^ from the Methodist 
Protestant Church. 

Quest. 8. What Traveling Ptreach- 
ere have bten elected Deacons t 
Asljcr S. Preston, Wm. J. Gam- 
ble, Clmrlert M. Holloiwter, Done 



V. Williams, Georee W. Green, 
Frands Laoey, Madison A. Harlan, 
Daniel H. Guild, Homer C. Ash- 
onift--0. 

Quest. 9. What Travding Btaeh- 
ers have been ordaine*i Deacons / 
Asher S. Preston, Wm. J. Gam- 
ble, Charles M. Hollopeter, Done 
V. Williams, Goora;© W. Green, 
Francis Lacey, Madison A. Har- 
Un, Daniel H. Guild, Homer C. 
Asncraft— 9. 

Quest. 10. What Local ritaehers 
have been elected Deacons f 
Eli B. Westhafer,Wm. J. Walts, 
John F. Dodds, Peter K. Hessong, 
Mark S. Armitage— 5. 

Quest. 11. What Local Preachers 
have bem ordained Deaeuns f 
Eli B. Westhafer, Wm. J. WalU, 
John F. Dodds, Peter K. Hensong, 
Mark S. Armitage— 5. 

Quest. 12. Who are the Traveling 
Deacons of tite First Class! 
James M. Lewis, Charies 0. 
Merica, Sherman A. Rosa, Wm. 
B. Randolph, Asher S. Preston, 
John M. De Weese, Wm. J. Gam- 
ble, Charles M. Hollopeter, Doric 
V. Williams, Cassiun C. Cissell, 
Joseph A. R. Gahring, Wilber M. 
Nelson, George W. Green, Francis 
Lacey, Madi>»on A. Harlan, Daniel 
H. Guild, Homer C. Ashcrafl, 
Wm. Parfltt— 18, 

Quest. 18. Who are the Travding 
Deacons qfthe Second Class f 
AUVed L. Forkner, Brenton S. 
Hollopeter, Wm. E. Murmy, Mal- 
achi C. Cooper. Henry A. Davis, 
Sherman Powell, James 0. Bills, 
Joseph M. Haines — 8. 

Quest. 14. What Traveling Dea- 
cons have betn eleclttl Elder*/ 
Theodora F. Freeh, Alfonso L. 
Lamport, Lewis Reeves, Alfred E. 
Sarah, Lewis A. Sevits, Eli Davis, 
Edmond F. Albertson— 7. 



Quest. 15. What Jhweling Dea" 
C09U have been ordained EuUrsf 
Theodora F. Freeh, Alfonso L. 

Lamport, Lewis Reeves, Alfred £. 

Saran, Lewb A. Sevits, Eli Davis, 

Edmond F. Albertson— 7. 

Quest. 16. What Local Deacons 

have been elected Elders f 

None. 

Quest. 17. What Local Deacons 

have been ordained Elders! 

None. 

QintST. 18. Who are the Supernn- 
mercury Preachers ! 
S. C. Miller, J. W. Lewellen, 
D. D. Powell, E. 8. Preston, T. 
J. Elkin, F. A. Robinson, W. H. 
Pierce, M. A. Teague,W. F. Yocuin, 
W. B. Randolph^!. J. BickneU, M. 
Swadener, J. W. McDaniel— 18. 

QussT. 19. Who art the Superaw 
nuated Preachers f 
H. N. Barnes, J. Maffit, J. C. 
Medsker, G. "W Bowers, B. Smith, 
W. Wilson. L. Roberts, R. D. 
Spellman, K. A. Newton, G. Ha- 
vens, J. P. Nash. I. Cooper, J. 
W. Smith, W. AndcrHon, J. John- 
ston, N. Gillam. R. Tobey, L. W. 
Monson, E. M. Baker, J. H. 
McMahon, J. Harrii*on, N. T. 
Peddycord, W. Lash, P. Carland, 
T. S'ellft, J. W. Miller, R. f! 
Brewinjrton, W. R. Jordan, Y. B. 
Meredith, C. W. Church, W, O. 
Pierce, D. F. StrighL H. J. Lacey, 
J. W. Lowry, A. Grecnman, M. 
H. Mendenliail, H. Woolpert, M. 
Wayman, T. C. Neal, W. E. Cur- 
tis, A. G. McCarter-^1. 

Qctbst. 80. Was the Character of 
each Preacher Exam^ysdt 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preaclier was called 
in open Conferenoe. 

QUBOT. 21. Have any Died! 

Reuben D. Robinson, Orange V. 
Lemon, Alpheus J. Lewellen, 
Richard B. Powell— 4. 

(See obituaries, p. 110.) 

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QUBST. 83. Have any hem THmt- 
fgrred^ and to what Cof^erencetf 
S, LiglU. to WisooDBin Confer- 
enoe ; O. Cf. Ulmer. to Blaok Hills 
MUsion; A. C, Grvber^ to Rock 
River ; J. N. McCurdy, to Kansas 



Quest. 88. Move any Withdrawn f 
John W. Barker, from the min- 
istiy and Church. 

Quest. 84. Have any been Located 
at their own reqtteatf 
Noah Brandyberrj. 

Quest. 85. Home any been LoeaUdf 
None. 

Quest. 86. HatfeanybeenwrmiUtd 
to Withdraw under Charges or 
Complaintef 

None. 

Quest. 87. HaveanyheenEicpelledf 
None. 

Quest. 88. Who are eeUeted for 
TrUrs qf Appealtf 
U. M. Lamport, M. H. Phillips, 
C. E. Disbro, M. H. Mott, E. L. 
Semans, 0. 8. Harrison, M. Mahin 
—7. 

Quest. 89. What is the StatUtieal 
Report for this Oot\ferenoe year t 
(See tabulated statement, p. 191.) 

Quest. 80. WhaJt ie the Oor^erence 
Treaeuref^i BepoH/or tJUe Con- 
ference year f 
Disciplinary answer not received. 

Quest. 81. What are the Claimt 
on the Cottference Fundf 

$13,601. 

Quest. 88. What hoe been Beeehed 
on these Claims^ and how has it 
been Applied f 

$69762. 
which has been ap|ftied under or- 
der of the Conference. 

Quest. 88. Where are the Ih-eaeh' 

ers Stationed f 
[These appolntmenU are all In the State 

FORT WAYNE DISTRICT. 

A. £. Mahik, P.E. 

(P. 0.. Seo W. Jeffenon St., Fort Wajne.) 

Anffola, J, A. BeaUy. 
Auburn, if. if. Lamport, 
Avillu, J. H. Walters. 
Bluflton, •/. H. Jackson, 
Oherubusoo, T, H, C, JBeaU. 
Coesse, C. M. Hollofieter. 
Decatur, O. B. Work, 
Fort Wayne: Berry Street, W, M. 
Van Slyke. 

Saint Paul, M. C. Cooper. 

Simpson, J. M, Driver, 

Trinity, K D, Shack!'' 

Wayne Street, B, M, 
Fremont, L. Beeves. 
Garrett, W. B. Wones, 
Geneva, A. L. Forkner. 
Harlan, A, H, Owrrie, 
Huntertown, T, F, Freeh, 
Huntington, O, H, Hill, 



Leo, H, C, Askeraft, 
Markle, to be supplied. 
Monroe, to be supplied. 
MonroevlUe, B. S. Hollopeter. . 
New Haven, J. C. Dorwuu 
Ossian, H, Bridge, 
Poneto, J. M. H^es. 
Roanoke, /. B, AUeman. 
Sheldon, J. C. White, Jr. 
Spenoerville, J. J. Fred. 

GOSHEN DISTRICT. 
F. T. Smpsow, P.E. 
(P. 0., Dkhari) 
Albion, 0, 8. Harrison. 
Bristol, A. L. Lamport. 
Butler, F, M. Stone, 
Corunna, M, B, IHree, 
Elkhart, W, D, Fxrr, 
Elkhart Circuit, W, M, S^ranahan, 
Goshen: First Church, C. C. Al- 
bertson. 
North, /: B, Newhouse, 
Hamilton, to be supplied. 
Kendallville, X. A, Beeks, 
La Grange, L, J, Nqftsger, 
Leesbunr, A, Cone, 
Ligonier, T, M. OvUd, 
Lima, J, L McCoy, 
Middlebury. S, F, Alherison, 
Milford, J. M. DeWeese. 
Mishawaka, F. O. Browne, 
Nappanee, «/. S, Cain, 
New Paris, C, H, Murray. 
Orland, S. Powell. 
Osceola, M. H, SmUh. 
Valentine, 0. V, L. Harbour. 
Waterloo, L, A. Bette, 
WawiOta, W.BirJUt. 
Wolcottville, A. 8. Preston. 

KOKOMO DISTRICT. 

J. E. Erwin, P.E. 

(P. 0., 79 N. Union St. Kokomo.) 

Alto, A. G. Neal. 

Bunker Hill, B, Davis. 

Cicero, J. S, McElwee, 

Elwood, M. F. Stright. 

Frankton, Wul G. Bogue. 

Galveston, A. A. Pittenger, 

Goldsmith, W. J. Waltx. 

Greentown, C. E. Disbro, 

Jolietville, B. W. Osbum. 

Kokomo, C, H, Brown. 

Kokomo Circuit, J. W. Obom. 

Logansport: Broadway, IT. &j5ircA. 
Market Street, W. S. Boston, 
Wheatland Street, H. A. Davis. 

New Britton, O. M, Carpenter, 

New Waverly. A. J. Carey, 

NobleBville, /f. J, Norris, 

Peru, £, L, Semans. 

Point Isabel, A. A. Turner. 

Russiaville, L. E. Knox. 

Santa F4, to be supplied. 

Seircleville, W. C. McKaig. 

Sharpsville. J. A. R. Gahring. 

Shendan, J: D. BeU. 

Tipton, B. F, HaHy, 

Walton, F, A, Fish. 

Westfield, E. Holdstock. 

Windfall, W. E, McCarty. 

Xenia, Cf, H. Wilkenson. 

MUNCIE DISTRICT. 
B. A. KxMP, P.E. 
(P. 0.. 833 K. Adam St., Monde.) 
Albany. S. L. Johnson, 
Alexandria, P. J. Albright, 
Anderson, //. A'. Herriek. 



Anderson Circuit, A, E. Sarah, 
Dunkirk, O. S, V. Howard. 
Eaton, J. E. Keeler. 
Farmland, S, J, McElwee. 
Fishersburg, N. H. Phillips, 
Fortville. J. T, Fettro, 
Hartford Ci^, C. King, 
Jonesborough, J. F. Kuldiff. 
MoCordsvilTe, G. W. Green. 
Montpelier, /. 8. MeCarty. 
Muncie: High Street, C, U, Wade, 
West Side and Avondale, to be 
supplied. 
Munde Circuit, M, 8, Melts, 
New Burlington, /. A. Buley, 
New Comer, J. D. Croan. 
Pendleton, A, 8, Rogers, 
Pendleton Circuit, ^T F, Bailey. 
Pennville, /. V, Terninger, 
Perkinsville, F. M. Laoey. 
Red Key, J, B. Cook, 
Selma, C. E, While. 
Upland, J. C, White, 8r, 
Winchester, J. A, LeweUen, 
J. C. Murray ^FToteBBOT in Gam- 
mon Theological Seminary — 
member of Wincheeter Quarter- 
ly Conference. 

RICHMOND DISTRICT. 
Thomas Stablkr, P.E. 

(P. 0.. 118 N. Thirteenth St., Ridunond.) 

Cadiz, A. M. Pstterson. 

Cambridge City, /. W, Ptsekak 

Centerville, A. B. Fry. 

Charlottesville, T. D. Thorp. 

Dublin and Lewisville. B, S, Reed. 

Fountain City, C. C. Cissell. 

Greenfield, / JT. Walts, 

Hagerstown, J. O. Bills. 

Knightstown, C, G. Hudson, 

Losantville, JbAn Heim. 

Lvnn, J. W. Bowen, 

Middletown, M. A, Harlan. 

New Castleton, A. S. Woolen, 

Phihidelphia, D. H. GuUd. 

Portland?, •/. W, Welch, 

Portland Circuit, to be supplied. 

Richmond: First Church, A. W. 
Lamport. 
Grace, Jf. Mahin. 

Ridgeville, C. Harvey, 

Spiceland, W. Peck, 

Trenton, J, H. Slack, 

Union City, W, H, DanieL 

Williamsbi^, L. A, Sevits, 

Yorktown, E. W. Rhinehart. 

8. L, Bowman, Superintendent of 
Conference Board of De:iCone8se8 
— member of Grace Church, 
Richmond, Quarterly Confer- 
ence. 

WARSAW DISTRICT. 

C. W. Lyhoh, P.E. 

(P. 0., SB B. Center St, WanawJ 

Akron, H. H. Wright 

Andrews, W. M. Nelson. 

Atwood, to be supplied. 

Bourbon, J, W, Cain, 

Columbia City, W. 8. Stewart, 

Inwood, D. V. Williams. 

La Fontaine, B. Sawyer, 

La Gro, A. C. Gerard, 

LarwUl, B. H. SmUh. 

Macy, J. L. Bamsay, 

Marion : First Church. ^. E, NeaX. 

Second Church, L, M. Krider. 
Marion Circuit, to be supplied. 
Mentone, J. M. Bush. 

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M«xioo, & C. Harris, 
Mount Etna, 8. J. MeUinger. 
North Manchester. Ji. 8. Marble. 
North Webster, W. J. Gamble. 
Perrysbuig^W. E. Murray. 
Pieroeton, JST. CI SmUh, 
Roann, W. W. Brawn, 
SUver Lake, /. W, SiMer, 
South Whitley, S. R Church, 
Wabash, C, £, Bacon, 
Wabash Circuit, Qeorge Glor. 



Warren, M, H. MoU, 
Wanaw, D, C. Woolpert, 
West Point, U. 8. A. Bridge. 

W. J, ViguM^ District Superinten- 
dent of American Bible Society 
member of Wabash Quarterly 
Conference. 

W. F. Walker, J, H, iUd, Om 
Ta Tuna and Tt Yui, Mission- 
aries in North China. 



O, B. M. Bodgere, C. 0. Merioa, 
a. A. Bosa, G. Wilson, A. T. 
Briggs, W. I, Taylor, J. M. 
Lewis, C. N. Mikells, U. A. 
Foster, S. Bilheimer, left without 
appointments to attend some one . 
ot our schools. 

Quest. 84. Where shaU the next 

Cotter ence be heldf 

In Huntington. 



NEW YORK BAST CONFERENCE, 

Held in Brooklyn, N. Y., April 2.8, 1890. 



BISHOP ANDREWS, Presiding: 



G. P. MAINS, Secretary. 



QuxsT. 1. Who are Beeeived by 
TraMfer, and from what Con- 

fereneetf 

Bradford P. Baymondy from 
Wisconsin ; 6imon MeVhesneyy 
from Ohio ; Jamee 8, Utone, from 
South Indiana \Wfn, B. Hears, from 
Wilmington ; Edward H, Butcher, 
frt>mNew York: HenrvD, Weeton, 
from Newark ; Fairbanks B. Stock- 
dale, from Emit Ohio ; William P. 
Arbuckle, from Erie— 8. 

QuKST. 2. Who are Admitted on 
IHair 
Charles £. Barto, Harry H. 
Beattys, George W. PhUlips, Ed- 
gar C. Tullar, Qeorge W. Servis, 
Alfred E. Stembndge, Carl F. 
Tomblad— 7. 

QuzsT. 8. Who Bemainon Trial f 
James A. McMillan, Henry L. 
Glover, Winfleld S. Manship, 
Frands O. Logren, Albert S. Hag- 
erty, Edward J. Curtis — 6. 

QussT. 4. Who are Dieeoniinuedf 
None. 

QxTXST. 5. Who are Admitted into 
FuU Connection f 
Frank B. Upham, Kobort I. B. 
Hlman, Lewis K. Moore. Allan 
McRossie, Jatnes J. Moffitt, Will- 
iam E. Smith, GuBtave Loaas, Will- 
iam A. Dickson Ji^'illiam B. Scran- 
ton, Fairbanks B. Stockdale— 10. 

Qttsst. 6. Who are Be-^mittedf 
None. 

Qcxsr. 7. Who orv Beeeived on 

GredenUalefrom other Churches t 

None. 

QcxsT. 8. What Traveling Preach- 
ers ha»e been elected Deaconef 
Frank B. Upham. 

QcBST. 9. What Travtlino Preach- 
ers have been ordained Vtaconef 
Frank B. Upham. 

QuBST. 10. What Local Preachers 
have been elected Deacons f 
Edwin E. Phillips, Robert C. 



Manly, John Biffhara, Fred. W. 
Hannun, James W.Tranmer, Harry 
H. BeaUys, Theodore S. Hender- 
son— 7. 

Non.— Osrl F. Torablad wm elected 
deacon under the mliaionarr rule. 

QuKflT. 11. What Ln^ Preachers 
have been ordained Deacons f 
Edwin E. Phillips, Robert C. 
Manly, John Biff ham, Frtid. W. 
Hannan, James W.Tranmer, Harry 
H. Beattys, Theodore S. Hender- 
son — 7. 

NoTS.— Carl P. Tornblad was ordained 
deaooD under the miaslonarr rule. 

Quest. 12. Who are the Traveling 
Deacons of the First Class f 
Frank B. Upham, Robert I. B. 
Hlman, Lewis K. Moore, James J. 
MoffiU, William £. Smith, Gus- 
tave Lasss, Fairbanks B. Stock- 
dale-7. 

QussT. 18. Who are the JVaveling 
Deacons of the Second Class f 
Rufiis T. Cooper, Edward R. 

Foley, Edward O. Free, Charles 

Pauuien— 4. 

QcBST. 14. What Ti-avelina Deo- 
cans have been elected Elders f 
Joseph Irons, James £. Holmes, 
John W. Muynard, Abram R. 
Kagan, Frederick A. 8tiehler,Will- 
iam M. Warden, William M. Carr, 
Wm. P. Arbuckle, Allan McRossie 
—9. 

Nora— William A. Dickson and Will- 
iam B. Scranton were paaMd lo the list 
of effecUve elden. 

Quest. 16. What TroMUna Dea- 
cons have been ordained Elders f 
Joseph Irons, James E. Holmes. 
John W. Maynard, Abram R. 
Eagan, Frederick A. Stiehler, Will- 
iam M. Warden. William M. Carr, 
Wm. P. Arbuckle, Allan McRossie 
—9. 

Note. -William A. Dlclwon and Will- 
lam B. Scranton were passed to the list 
of effecUve elders. 

QuxsT. 16. What Local Deacons 

have been deeted Elders f 

None. 



QuBST. 17. What Local Deaeom 

have been ordained Elders f 

None. 

Nora.— Robert WoodmlK an elder fh>m 
the Methodist Protestant Ghoreh. was 
duly reootmised as an elder In the Meth- 
odist Episcopal Ohureh. 

QuxsT. 18. Who are the Supernu- 
merary Breachersf 
J. S. D'Oreay, R. S. Eldridgo, 
Geon^ Hollis, J. C. Thomas, A. 
H. Mead, John Pegg, J. W. Barn- 
hart, W. H. Boole, William Platts, 
J. O. Munson, W. J. White, C. W. 
Fordham« H. C. McBride, B. C. 
Pillsbury, fl. M. Livingston, C. H. 
Buck— 16. 

Quest. 19. Who are the Superafi- 
nuated Preachers f 
A. V. R. Abbott, L. W. Abbott, 
G. W. Allen, Cephas Brainard, Asa 
Bushnell, S. H. Clarke, W. P. Cor- 
bit, John Dickinson, George Dun- 
bar, E. K. Fanning, D. F. Hallock, 
E. S. Hebbard. Joseph llenson, A. 
S. Hill, F. C. HilL Morris HiU, R. 

D. Kirby, O. C. Lane, H. D. La- 
tham. R. H. Loomis, Albert Nosh, 
David Nash, L. D. Nickerson, Da- 
vid Osborne, John Parker, 8. H. 
Piatt, W. J. Robinson, Stephen 
Rushmore, R. K. Reynolds. Isaac 
Sanford, M. L. Scudder, S. A. Sea- 
man, D. S. Stevens, L. 8. Stowe, 
S. 8. Strong, T. M. Terry, Nathan 
Tibbals, William Wake, George 
Waterbury, M. C. White, J, O. 
Worth— 41. 

Quest. 20. Was the Character of 
tach Preacher Examined t 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 
Quest. 21. Have any Died f 
Joseph Vinton. 
(See obituary, p. 101.) 

Quest. 22. Nave any been Trans- 
fenrd, cmd to what Conferences '( 
J, 8, Stone, to New York ; Jo- 
seph H, out, to South India : John 
L. Erickson, to Oregon; Charles 

E. Harris, to New England South- 
em — i. 

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Quest. 28. Ham any Withdrawn f 
Dunoan McGregor. 

QuMT. 24. Ha:ite any hem Located 

at thrir ouni reqtiest t 

None. 

Quest. 25. Ram any hem Located f 

Nonl. 

QuB8T.2d. Baa/eanyheenDermUted 
to Withdraw under Chargee or 
Complaintef 

None. 

QussT. 2T. Haiee emy hem JDxpeUedf 
None. 

QuxflT. 28. Who are eeleeted for 
Triertt^ AppeaUf 
W. W. Clark, C. S. Wing, B. T. 
Abbott, W. V. Kelley, J. W. Simp- 
son, J. W. Johnston, James Coote 
—7. 

Quest. 29. What ie the Statietieal 
Bqporifar thie Conference year/ 
(See tabulated statement, p. ISO. ) 

Quest. 80. What ie the Oottfermoe 
Treaeurer*9 Report fw ih\e Con- 
ferenoeyearf 
Disciplinary answer not reolved. 

Quest. 81. What are the Clahm 

on the Oof^erence Fnndf 

$15«706 79. 

Quest. 82. W f tat Jumm hem Received 
on theee Claime^ and how han it 
heen Applied F 

$15,706 79, 

which has been applied under 
order of the Conference. 

Quest. 88. W7tere are the Preach" 
ere Stationed f 

[These sppofaitmeDts are all In the State 
of New Tork. except si otherwise In- 
dicated.] 

BROOKLYN DISTRICT. 

B. M. Adams, P.£. 

(P. 0., 206 Prospect Place, Urooklyn.) 

AmitYvUle. Henry SoofUld. 
Babylon. J, W, JSintpeon, 
Baldwin's, Oeorae FUmer. 
Bavport and Blue Point, U. II. 

Beattys. 
Bay Ridge« John PUkington, 
Bay Shore. E. L, Thorpe. 
Bellport, F. B. Stockdale. 
Belmore and Seaford, Nathan Hub- 

beU, 
Blytheboume, to be supplied. 
Bndgehampton, W, Ml Carr, 
Brookhaven. to be supplied. 
Brooklyn : Andrews, FT. T, Pray. 

Bush wick Avenue and Bidge- 
wood Cbapel, L. K. Moore. 

Carroll Park, J. E. SearUe, 

De Kalb Avenue, 0. J. CowUt. 

Eighteenth Street, S. L. Beiler. 

Embury, WiUiam Jlamilton. 

First Place, W. D, Thomeon. 

Fleet Street, C. S. Wing. 

Fourth Avenue, O. L. Jaylor. 

OoodsclL to be i«upplied. 

Grace, C, M. Gimn. 

Hanson Place, A. Ji. Kendig, 

Janes, James Montgomery. 



Brooklyn : Johnson Street, T, D. 
Littlewood. 
New York Avenue, O. P. Maine. 
Nostrand Avenue, A. H. Good- 

enough. 
Pacific Street, to be supplied. 
Russell Place, A Uxander McLean, 
Saint Paul's, A. C. Mowdieh. 
Sands Street, George Adame, 
Simpson, J. B. Hamilton. 
Sixth Avenue, to be supplied. 
Sumner Avenue, C. C. Laeby. 
Throop Avenue, to be supplied. 
Warren Street, to lie supplied. 
Washington Street, «/. A. Roche. 
Wesley, to be supplied. 
Williams Avenue, /. C. Bam- 

hart. 
York Street, Lemuel Riehardeon. 

Center Moriches, W. S. Manship. 

East Meadow, to be supplied. 

East Moriches, H. L. Glover. 

Eknont, J. J. Moffitt. 

Farmingdalo and Melville, Hmry 
ma!: Jr. 

Flatbush : FirstChuroh, E. C. Hoog. 
Second Church, to be supplied. 

Flatlands, Gustave Lnass. 

Freeport, J. H Hand. 

Gooa Ground and Atlantioville, 
A. R. Eagan, 

Islip, W. T. HiU. 

Jamaica, T. L. Bniieon, 

Lawrence, W. W. GilUee. 

Missions—Danish and Norwegian : 

Brooklyn, O. P. Pstereen, 

Perth Amboy (N. J.), K W. 

Erickem, 

Swedish : Bridgeport, C. Paulsen. 

Brooklyn, A. •/. Anderem and 

Carl F, Tomblad. 
Dover (N. J.), F. O. Logren. 
New York, //. OUen. 

North Amity vi tie, George Servis, 

Parkville, A C. Glover, 

Patdiofrue, W, H, Barton, 

Peanmirs, William McNichoU. 

Rockville {^qxxXat ^George StiUman. 

Sag Harbor, B. F. Reeve, 

Sayville, Alexander Graham, 

Sheepshead Bay, J, V. Sawidere, 

Southampton, •/. W. Maynard, 

Springfield, W. P. Eetet, 

UniouviUe, W. N. Toft. 

West Hampton, W. £. Smith. 

Windwr Terrace, G, 0, Spencer. 

WoodiibuTg, to be supplied. 

Jamee M. Buckley, Editor of The 
Christian «4(/foca^— member of 
Hanson PUioe, Brooklyn, Quar- 
terly Conference. 

G. A. Hall Secretary of the 
Young Men's Christian Associa- 
tion, New York— member of 
Nostrand Avenue, Brooklyn, 
Quarterly Conference. 

/. 8, Breckinridge, Superintendent 
and Financial Agent of the Meth- 
odist Episcopal Hospital, Brook- 
lyn — member of Grace Church, 
Brooklyn, Quarterly Conf. 

J. O. Pick, Secretary of the Mis- 
sionary Socii^y of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church — member of 
Hanson Place, Brooklyn, Quar- 
terly Conference. 

D. W. Couch, Financial Secretary 
of Brooklyn Chureh Society— 
member of Hanson Place, Brook- 
lyn, Quarterly Conference. 



NEW YORK DISTRICT. 

W. H. Wabdell, P.E. 

(P. 0., Box 9142, Ocean Grove. N. J.) 

Bay ville and Locust Valley, to be 

supplied. 
Brooklyn: Cedar Street, If'. O. 
Wileon, 

Central, R. 8. Pardington, 

Cook Street, W, R, Sears. 

First Cliurch, 0. E, Miller. 

Francis. F. B. Upham. 

Leonard Street, a 8, WiUiami, 

North Fifth Street, Edward 
Cunningham, 

Powers Street, C. P. Comer, 

Saint John's W. V. Kelley, 

Saint Luke's, Henry Asten. 

South Second Street, E, A. 
Blake. 

South Third Street, Samvel H. 
Smith, 

Summerfield, T. P. Froet. 

Tabernacle. A, 8, Kavanagh, 
Cal verton and Flanders, to be sup- 

plied. 
Centerport^ to be supplied. 
Central Islip, to be supplied. 
Cold Spring Harbor, to bo sup- 
plied. 
Commack and Dix Hills, to be 

supplied. 
Coram, to be supplied. 
Corona, Thomas Stephenson, 
Cutchogue^ J, S. Haugh. 
East Norwich, to be supplied. 
Flushing, H. E. Bumes. 
Glen Cove, 7\ ^\ Laine, 
Great Neck, C, A, Kneasel, 
Greenport, F. 8, Towusend. 
Hempstead, M. Y. Bovard, 
Huntington, C. B. Foid. 
Jericho, to be supplied. 
Lake Grove, £. J. Curtis. 
Long Ittland City : First Churchy 
H. F. Kastendieck. 

Second Church, George Taylor, 

Third Chureh,to be supplied. 
Ma8|>eth, to be supplied. 
Mattituck and Jamesport, to be 

supplied. 
Middle Village, to be supplied. 
Newtown, to oe suppUeo. 
New York: Allen Street Me- 
morial, /. M, Foeter, 

Eleventh Street, to be sup- 
plied. 

Forsyth StreetJT. H, Lawrence. 

John Street, W, W. Bowdiih. 

Madison Street, to be supplied. 

Second Street, RobeH Waeeon. 

Seventh Street, W, A, Layton. 

Willett Street, M. F. Compton. 
Northport, /. H. Stanebury, 
Orient, R. F. Norton. 
Oyster Bay, W. A, Dixon. 
Port Jefferoon, J. F. Shackleton. 
Port Washington, W, H, RueeelL 
Riverhead, J7. Q. Judd, 
Rosyln and S- arington, to be sap* 

plied. 
Sea Clitf, D. 0. Ferris. 
Setaukct, to be supplied. 
Smithlown, to be supplied. 
Soulhold, B. T. Abbott, 
Stony Brook, J. B. Menoin. 
Uniondale, to be supplied. 
Whitcstone, Edwin Warriner, 
WinflelO, to be supplied. 
Woodbury and West Hills, B, A. 

Gtlma/i. 
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71 



B. P. Bowne, Professor in Boston 
Univeraity — member of Saint 
John's, Brooklyn, Quarterly 
Conference. 

A. S. Bunt, Secretary of American 
Bible Soeie^ — member of Sum- 
merfleld, Brooklyn, Quarterly 
ConiSBrenoe. 

W. W. Mortify Professor in School 
of Theology, Yanderbilt Uni- 
versitT — member of Summer- 
Held, Brooklyn, Quarterly Con- 
ference. 

NEW YORK EAST DISTRICT. 
N. G. Cmkit, P.E. 
(p. 0., Stamford, Oobil) 
Bethel (Conn.), F, G. Howell, 
Bridgeport (Conn.), Fint Church, 
2. K atrtder, 
lfemtM^F.M,BaUock. 
North Mttn Street, WiUiam 



Sammeffftdd, IT. B. Jtfrim, 

Washington Park, O, xT Thiomp- 
mm, 
Bronzdale and Westchester, to be 

supplied. 
City Island. J, B. Li^Mboums. 
Cornwall Bridge and Ellsworth 

(Conn.), to be sappUed. 
Danbuiy (Conn.), IT. W, Ohrk. 
Darien and Spriagdale (Conn.), 

John Britn, 
East Norwalk (Conn.), C*. Jf. 

Eastoii (Conn.), 71 £ OUbmi, 
East Village and Zoar Bridge 

(Cons.), 10 besnpplieiL 
GeoraetowB (Conn.), y. JC Oar^ 

Greenwich {Conn.), L K Smith, 
Kin^ Street (Cona.), J. T. Lemg- 

leu. 
Lttehfltld<CouL), BaM MeBM- 

MamarosieelL, D, O. Ihwnef. 
MiMiius^CoiM.), A. «. Uagerty. 
MomHft Vttuon: Fust Ckweh, 
Mmbod Si tmm$it4, 

GiBoe, E. R. Foley. 
New Canan <0«un.), fP. S. Be^- 

JUI4L 
l^w Milfond. E. T. Cooper. 
New Roehelle: First ChuMlt, 
William Bou, 

Saint JohnX^* & Wkedon, 
Newtown jod SontihviUe (Conn.), 

E.R.!hachtr, 
New YoAi Beekman Hill, John 

Bethany ChapdL W be sunplied. 
Comdl MenMnal, Bermee W. 

Bym«^ 
North New York, Jotfk Bairi, 
Seventeenth Stieet, X C Mor^- 



fiizty-finrt; Btieet, J. W. John- 

tton. 
TUrte'-sevtenOi StMet, R, T, 

MekMolL 
Triaity, T. B. Bunch, 
Twenty-seventh Street, B, F, 

BAdktr. 
West Farmn, R. L B. Illman. 
Woodstock, to be suTOlied. 
Nichols and Lonf HiM <Conn.), 

North Waton, (Conn.), to bo sup- 
|>lisd. 



Norwalk (Conn.), Owrge Van 

AlituTU, 
Port Chester, S, O, Ourtiee, 
Pound Ridge, /. F, Duinkirke, 
Redding and Long Ridge (Conn.), 

Datfid Taylor, 
Ridgefield fConn.), J, L, IMt, 
Round Hill (Conn.), to be aup- 

plied. 
Rowayton (Conn.), E. O. Tree. 
Roxbury (Conn.), A. /. Ltaeh, 
Roxburyand Washington (Conn.), 

A. £. Steinbridge. 
Rye, E, 8. Ferry. 
Saugatock (Conn.), to be sup- 
plied. 
South Norwalk (Conn.), C, J, 

NoHh, 
Houthport (Conn.), O, A. Bub- 
bell. 
Stamford (Conn.), M. W. PHnce, 
Stepney (Conn.). Jr. F, Boberteon, 
Strutford (Conn.), S, D, BaneU, 
West Goshen und Cornwall Cen- 
ter (Conn.), to be supplied. 
Westport (Conn.), J?. 8. 8UU. 
Williamsbridge, Boberi Orook, 
Woodville snd Warren (Conn.), 

to be supplied. 
ZionV HiU (Conn.), to be sup- 
plied. 
W. C, Steele, Chanlain of the 
House of Refhge, BandalPs Isl- 
and—member of Trinity, New 
York, Quarterly Conference. 
O, H, GoodeeU, Tract Agent for 
New York — member of Sixty- 
flrst Street, New York, Quar- 
terly Conference. 
A. B. Sof^ordj Assistant Editor, 
Bethoditt Review— member of 
Greenwich Quarterly Confer- 
ence. 

NEW HAVEN DISTRICT. 

J. W. Bkach, P.E. 

(P. O., MtddlMowD. Cooo.) 

Ansonia (Conn.), B. 8. Putney. 

Bakerville, (Conn.), G. W. PhU- 
lips. 

Beacon Falls (Conn.), C. E. 
Barto. 

Berlin (ConnO« to be supplied. 

Bethlehem (Conn.), to be sup- 
plied. 

Binuingham (Conn.), W. A. Bieh- 
<wd. 

Bloomfleld (Conn.), Joeeph Smith. 

Bristol (Conn.), A. B. WwOt. 

Cheshire (Conn.), F. A, Stiehler. 

Clinton (Conn.), Joseph Inmt, 

Copper Hill (Conn.), to be sup- 
plied. 

Cromwell (Conn.), to be supplied. 

Durham (Conn.), L. W. Uotmee. 

East Berlin (Conn.), to be sup- 
plied. 

Emmx and Saybrook (Conn.), to 
be supplied. 

Esrmingtnn (Conn.), to be sup- 
plied. 

Forei»tviUe (Conn.). C. W. Lyon. 

Guilford and Maaison (Conn.), 
to be supplied. 

Hamden PUdns (Conn.), Fr^, 
Saunders, 

Hartford (Conn.): First Church, 
/;. B. PUblado. 
Nortli Church, J. B. Holmes. 
South Park, Aflan McHossie. 



Higganum and West Haddom 
(Conn.), F. A. Soofidd. 

Kensinffton (Conn.), Clarence 
LatMurv. 

Meridan (Conn.): First Church, 
to be supplied. 
Trinity, D. N, Grjfin, 

Middleburr (Conn.), O, A. Grotoa, 

Middlefield (Conn.), L. P. Perry. 

Middletown (Conn.), F. M. NoHh. 

Milford (Conn.), J. A. Mc- 
Millan. 

Naugatuok (Conn.), 8. K. SmUh, 

New Britun (Conn.), Joseph Pull- 



New Haven (Conn.): East Pearl 
Stnet^B.B. Weston. 
East Side Chapel. A, J. Smith, 
First Church, M, B, Chap- 
man, 
Graoe, James Goote, 
Haven Memorial, to be sup- 

plied. 
Howard Avenue, W, P,ArtmMe, 
Saint John Street, W, F. Mark' 

toick^ 
Summerfleld, 8, W. Tales, 
Trinity, Simon MeChmney^. 

North Canton and Washington 
Hill (Conn.), Albert Booth, 

Phtinyille (Conn.), T. C. Beach. 

Pleasant Valley and Colebrook 
River (Conn.), W, T. Gilbert, 

Rooklana. to be supplied. 

Rocky Hill (Conn.), to be sup- 
plied. 

Seymour and Great Hill (Conn.), 
G. B. Dusinberre, 

Shelton (Conn.), A, A, Zathbury, 

Sinubury (Conn.), Ana BiU, 

South Britain and Southbury 
(Conn.), James Bobinson, 

Southington (Conn.)^ J, A, 
Churchill. 

South Meriden (Conn.), ff. M. 
Warden, 

Thomaston (Conn.), A^elson Ed- 
wards. 

Torrington (Conn.), 8, M, Bam- 
mond. 

Unionvilleand Burlington (Conn.), 
to be supplied. 

Waterbury (Conn.): Chapel Street, 
to be supplieo. 
Fint Chuixsh, A. C. Eaaleston. 
Saint Paul's, E. C. Tullar. 

Watertown (Conn. J, B. W. Jones, 

Watervillo (Conn.), to be sup- 

Westbrook (Conn.), Alexander 

McAllister. 
West Granby (Conn.), J. B. 

Cro/iU. 
West Haven (Conn.), W. C, Blake- 
man. 
West Rocky Hill (Conn.), to be 

supplied. 
West Suffleld (Conn.), John 

Oromlieh. 
Westville and Bethany (Conn.), 

Arthur McNichoU. 
West Wlnstead (Conn.), John 

Jiippere. 
Wethersflold (Conn.), to be sup- 

Wpliod. 
indsor (Conn.), S. L. Bray, 
Winder Locks (Conn.), Freaerick 

Brown, 
Woodbury (Conn.), 8. A. Sands, 
Yalesville (Conn.), to be sup- 
plied. 
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NEW YORK EAST CONFERENCE, 1890. 



B, p. Raymond, President, and 
W. N, mce, Frofeeeor, in We«- 
leran UuiverBity— membere of 
Middletown Quarterly Conf. 

jr. D, Builly Profe8sor in School 
of Theology in Boston Univer- 
sity — member of First Churoh, 
New Haven, Quarterly Conf. 



0, E. B4td^ President of Dickin- 
son College — member of Trin- 
ity, New Haven, Quarterly Con- 
ference. 

Mareu9 L, Tafly Missionary in 
China. 

W. B, Scranton, Missionary in 
Korea. 



B, F. Lountbwry^ Misaionaiy in 
Bulgaria. 

C, H. Oardiner^ Missionary in 
Nevada. 

QUBST. 84. When ihaU the next 
Cott/erenct bi hddf 
In Patchogue, lu L 



NEW YORK CONFERENCE, 

Held in New York, If. Y., April 3>8, 1890. 



BISHOP GOODSELL, Presiding. 



C. W. MILLARD, Secretofy. 



QuiST. 1. Who ar€ Beeiived by 
TVvn^tfr, and Jirom what Ooh- 
ftTtmxnw 

Telephore Leveque, probationer 
of second year, from North-west 
Indiana; B, C Warren. IVom 
Wilmington; W, C, Willing md 
J, B, Pnoe^ irom Rock River; •/. S. 
Stone, from New York East— 5. 

Quest. 2. Who art Admitted on 
Trials 
Laertes T. Conrad, Henry I. 
Hoag, Herbert Welch, Ambrose 
QuioE, Arthur Jamieson, Frank I. 
Whealr-6. 

Qu«8T. 8. Who Bemain on Trudf 
Acton T. Civill, Martin B. 
Snyder, Hany Comford, Thomas 
Vcalie, R. E. Wilson, Robert 
Knapp, Frank R. Ronton, Isaac 
T. Stafford, Elmer £. Count, B. 
A. Lowther— 10. 

QuiST. 4. Who are Dieconlinuedf 
None. 

Quest. 5. Who art Admitted into 
PuU Ckmnectionf 
A. M. Griffin, J. S. Graham, 
E. R. Aokerly, J. P. Carley, 
Eugene Griggs, L. F. Pipei^-6. 

QuBST. 6. Who are Re-admUttdf 
None. 

Quest. 7. Who are Received on 

OredenUali/rom other Churehee t 

None. 

QxTBST. 8. What Tnwelifig Breaeh- 
ers fuwe been elected Deaoone f 
J. S. Graham, E. R. Ackerly, 

Eugene Griggs— 8. 

Qtbst. 9. What Traveling Preach- 
ers have been ordained Veacottt t 
J. 8. Graham, E. R. Ackerly, 
Eugene Griggs— 8. 

Quest. 10. Whoi Local Preachere 
Kane been elected Deacon* f 
Acton T. Civill, W. H. Van 
Hoeson, Chas. Samuelson, Robert 
Davidson. G. W. Carter, Laertes 
T. Conrad, Henry I. Hoag— 7. 

Quest. 11. What Local Preachere 
have been ordained Deacone f 
Acton T. Civill, W. H. Van 
Hoeson, Chas. Samuelson, Robert 



Davidson, G. W. Carter, Laertes 
T. Conrad, Henry 1. Hoag— 7. 

Quest. 12. Who are the Travding 
Deacons qfthe First Class f 
Arthur M. Griffin. John 8. Gra- 
ham, £. R. Ackerl^r, Joseph P. 
Carley, Eugene Griggs, L. F. 
Pipei^-8. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Traveiing 
Deacons qf the Second Class f 
Ismar J. Peritz. Edward M. 
Kniskern, E. 8. Tipple, R. A. 
Brown, £. 8. Miles, A. £. Lord, 
C. A. Holhi, W. P. F. Fergu- 
son — 8. 

Quest. 14. What Treeeding DeO' 
eons have been eUeted Elders f 
8. H. Soott, A. L. Shear. W. R. 

Evans, W. H. Vaughn, Lorin J. 

Champlin, F. M. Turrentine, A. 

Thompson — 7. 

Quest. 15. What Traveling Dea^ 
rotis have been ordained Eiders f 
8. H. Scottj A. L. Shear, W. R. 

Evans, W. H. Vaughn, L. J. 

Champlin, F. M. Turrentine, A. 

Thompson— 7. 

Quest. 16. What Tx)oal Deaeous 
have been elected Eldern f 

Robert Knapp, E. 8. Tipple, 
R. A. Brown — 8. 

NoTi.~Ylotor L. Galabrtse, was 
elected eld«r noder the mlsiionary 
rale. 

Quest. 17. What Local Deacons 
have been ordained Elders f 
Robert Knapp; E. 8. Tipple, R. 
A. Brown — 8. 

NoTK— Victor L. CaUbrese was or^ 
daioed elder under the mlstionary rale. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Supem^^ 
nierary P-eachersf 
J. F. Richmond, Elon Foster, 
F. W. Andrus, I. R. Vande- 
water, W. L. Pattiuon, D. D. 
Gillespie, George Daniels, Adeo 
Vuil, J. 0. Kern, 8. I. Ferguson, 
T. B. Smith, J. R. Thompson, 
Bidwell Lane, L. B. Scott, E. F. 
Barlow, Geo. Clarke— 16. 

Quest. 19. Wlto are the Superan- 
nuated P'eaehersf 
Z. D. Scobv, R. S. Scott, N. 
Lovett, S. M. Knapp, J. B. Beach, 



C. F. Pelton, A. N. Molyneanx, 
William V. 0. Brainerd, L. M. 
Vincent, John Davy, Hiram La- 
ment, Seymour Van Deusen, A. C. 
GallahuvW- H. Smith, P. Stod- 
dard, J. Holdioh, J. A. Edmonds, 
J. N. Shaffer, J. W. Gorse, A. B. 
Scutt, R. Decker, D. Buck, J. W. 
Jones, G. D. Townsend, D. Heroy, 
Wm. Blake, Wm. Stevens, James 
Birch, Aaron Hunt, W. 8. Still- 
well, Ananias Ackerly, A. H. Fer- 
guson, Wm. Ostrander, Charles 
Gorse, R. Kerr, O. P. Crandall, 
W. 8. Winans, Z. N. Lewis, L B. 
Heroy, J. K. Waixlle, D. W. C. 
Van Gaasbeck, E. E. Pinney, D. 
Gibson, J. W. Maoomber, A. 
Davis, H. C. Humphrey, H. B. 
Mead, C. F. Wixon, T. R. Sweet- 
man, J. N. Bryars — 50. 

Quest. 20. Was the Character of 
each Preacher Examitted / 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Pnuioher was called 
in open Conference. 

Quest. 21. Bave any Diedf 

W. M. Chipp, C. R. North, K. 
Kay, D. L. Marks, G. Draper, A. 
F. Sollick, F. 8. De Hfcw, P. C. 
(>akley. J. W. Sweetman, W. D. 
Fero— 10. 

(See obituaries, pw 9S.) 

Quest. 22. Have any betn Trans- 
ferred^ and to what Conjerences f 
0, H, T\fany^ to MinnesoUt ; 
Geo. W, Terbush. to Pittsburg; 
E. H, DuUher^ to New York East ; 
I\iul De^ardtns^ to Michigan— 4. 

Quest. 28. Nave any WUhdraHtn f 
J. £. Cookman. 

Quest. 24. Have any been Located. 

at their own request / 

None. 

Quest. 25. Bave any been Located f 
None. 

Quest. 26. Bave any been permitted 
to Withdraw nmder Charges or 
Complaints /* 

None. 

QXTEST. 27. Baveanybeen ExpeOedf 
None. 

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Quest. S8. Who art aeUeUd fw 
JHart of Appeals f 
J. Y. Bates, W. F. Hatfield, G. 
Hearn, B. H. Buroh, D. McCart- 
ney, Bobeit Himt,0. P. Dale»— 7. 

Qui^. 29. What it the iSiaiisiieal 
Rtportfvr thi* Ootiferenee year t 
(See tabulated statement, p. 201.) 

Quxsr. 80. WhdAUih€O(mf0tmoe 
Dreatwer^e It^ori/or tht§ Con- 
ference year f 

Diadplinary answer not reoeived. 

QUSBT. 81. What are the Claime 

on the Conference Fund / 

$18,078 80. 

. QuBST. 82. What 7uu been Becehed 
ofi theee CtainUy and how hoe it 
been Applied f 

$18,186 35, 

which has been applied imder 
order of the Comerenoe. 

QusST. 88. Where are the l^each- 
ere Stationed f 

(Thete appoIatmenU are all In the State 
of New York, except at othcrwiie in* 
dicatedj 

NEW YORK DISTRICT. 

A. J. Palmxr, P.E. 

(P. 0., Tonkera.) 

Ardsley, Tkomae Lodge. 

Bedford and Middle Patent, Witt- 

iam WiUcocke. 
Bedford Station, Herbert Welsh. 
Boecobel, to be supplied. 
Carmel, T, S. Bond, 
Croton Lake, iVl 8, TuthOL 
Croton Landing, W. H. Bvane, 
Dobbs Ferry, P. M. Wattere. 
Eastview W. C. Smith. 
Golden Bridge and Cross River, 

<?. H. SmUh. 
Hartsdale, O. W, Knapp. 
Iryington and Glenville, J, Bowe. 
Katonah, W. F, Brush. 
KenAico and Armonk, F. F. 

Angevine. 
Luke Miihopac, I. T. Staflford. 
JMount Kisoo, De Log Lull, 
Mount Zion, T. 8, Lent. 
Uew York: 'Asbury, •/. 8. Stone. 

Battenr Park, to be supplied. 

Bedford Street, J. J. Beed. 

Calvary, J. R. JJay. 

Central, C. 8. Harrower, 

Chelsea, W. 8. Winans, Jr. 

Church of the Saviour, «/. Y. 
Bates. 

Duaue, Fletcher HamUn. 

Eighteenth Street, 0. A. Brown. 

Fordham, Francis Bottome. 

Fifty-sixth Street, to be supplied. 

Five Points. O. B. Bouton. 

Forty-fourth Street, H. C. Earl. 

Forty-third Street,/: L. WUson. 

Franklin Street, to be supplied. 

French Mission. T. Lovcque. 

Orace, Fields Bermance. 

Italian Mission, to be supplied. 

Jane Street, W. C. Wilhng, one 
to be supplied. 

Madison Avenue, F. McChes- 
ney. 

Horrisania, C. W. Millard. 

Mott Avenue, R. E. Wilson. 

Park Avenue, J. B. Boyle, 



New York: PerryStreet,i^.Zoio<A^. 

Siunt Andrew's, O. E. Stro- 
bridge^ J. M. King. 

Saint Juiues, J. E. JPHce. 

Saint John's, J. £. Gorte. 

Saint Luke's, E. S. Tipple. 

Saint Mark's, S. A. Monroe. 

Suint Paul's, G. H. McOrew. 

Saint Stephen's, N. B. Thomp- 
son, 

Thirty-filth Street, A. K. San- 
ford. 

Tremont, Clark Wright. 

Twenty-fourth Street, B M. 
Stratton. 

Wsshinfton Heights, W. H. 

Washington Square, C. H. 

McAnney. 
Woodlawn, J". M. Burger. 
Peekskilt: First Church, J. W. 
Aekerly. 
Saint Paul's, i>a9i</ McCartney. 
Pleasantville, C. B. Landon. 
Pleasantville Station. J. W. SeUeei. 
Purchase, to be supplied. 
Purdy's Station, Charies Soger. 
Putnam Valley, /. G. Price. 
Shrub Oaks, E. H. W. Barden. 
Sing Sing: Highland Avenue, 
W. 2^. Searles. 
North Malcolm Street, B. L. 
Skwier. 
Tarrytown: Asbury, Philip Ger- 
mond. 
Saint Paul's, Wm. Colden. 
Tuckahoe, E. L. Bqffeeker, 
White Plains, A, D, VaU. 
Yonkors: Ceutiml, W, McK. Dor- 
wood. 
first Church, Wm. E. Betcham, 
one to be supplied. 
Yorktown Station, G. B. Mead. 
John Milejf^ Professor in Drew 
Theological Seminary — ^member 
of Sing Sing Quarterly Confer- 
ence. 
G. B. Crooks, Professor in Drew 
Theological Seminary — member 
of Swnt Paul's, Peekskill, Quar- 
terly Conference. 



York, Quarterly Conference. 

Eugene B Smithy Editor of Gospel 
in all Lands — member of Samt 
Paul's, New York, Quarterly 
Conference. 

M. i>' C. Crawford, Corresponding 
Secretary of New York City 
Church Extension and Mission- 
ary Society— member of Madi- 
son Avenue, New York, Quar- 
terly Conference. 

James S. Chadwick, Assistant 
Correnponding Secretary of 
Freedmen's Aid and Southern 
Education Society — meml»er of 
Bedfoni Street, New York, 
Quarterly Conference. 

POUGHKEEPSIE DISTRICT. 
R. H. Travis, P.E. 
(P. 0.. Poughkeepaie.) 
Amenia, to be supnlled. 
Ancram, C. C. MiiUr. 
Ashley Falls (Mass.), to be sup- 
plied. 



Bangall, W. P. F. Ferguson. 

Brewster. W. E. Clark. 

Canaan (Conn.), T. H. Baragwa- 
nath. 

Carthage Landing and New Ham- 
burg, B. M. Boberts. 

Chatham, W. F. Compton. 

Claveraok, to be supplied. 

Cold B^rmg.Edmunii Lewis. 

Copake,^. A Psirce. 

Dover Plains, T. EllioU. 

East Chatham and Red Rock, to 
he supplied. 

Falls Village, (Conn.), T. A. Ken- 

FishRill and Glenham, to be sup- 
plied. 

FlshkUl-on-the-Hudson, C. H. 
Snedeker. 

Garrison's, B. W. B. Thompson. 

Gavlordsville (Conn.), W. H. 
hters. 

Great Barrington (Mass.), Esra 
Tinker. 

Hartiville (Mass.), to be supplied. 

Hillsdale, J. M. Yeager. 

Housatonio, to be supplied. 

Hudson: First Church, W.F. Al- 
breoht. 
Saint John's, to be supplied. 

Hyde Park and Staatsburg, Bobert 
Knapp. 

Johnsvule^ iV. 0. Lent. 

Lagrangeville, H. W. Aclcerley. 

Lakeville (Conn.), David Phillip, 

Lee (Mass.). W. A, Mackey. 

Lenox and Lenoxdale (Mass.)^ 
Newton Wray. 

Lithgo, to be supplied. 

Madalin, W. B Goes. 

Matteawan, Jesse Ackerman. 

Milan, to be supplied. 

Millbrook and Verbunk, to be sup- 
plied. 

MiUerton, W. C. Oliver. 

New Fairfield and Havlland Hol- 
low. M. M. CuHiss. 

Norfolk and Go«hen (Conn.), to 
be supplied. 

North Egrcmont and Alford 
(Mass.), J. B. Crom. 

North Germantown and Cheviot, 
W. B. Webster. 

North Highland, J. W. Morrison, 

North and West Hillsdale, to be 
supplied. 

Pawlinf and Reynoldsville, Bob^ 
ert Bunt. 

Philmont, C. H. Beynolds. 

Pine Phuns, F. R. Bouton. 

Pleasant Valley and Washington 
Hollow, A. H. Hay nee. 

Poughkeepsie : Cannon Street, G. 
H. Gregory. 
Hedding, Andrew Schriver. 
Washington Street, W. F. Hat- 
StddT 

Poughquag, J. P. Hermance. 

Red Hook, V. N. Traver. 

Rhhiebeck, W. A. Chadwick. 

Rhinecliff. L. T. Conrad. 

Sharon (Conn.), and Amenia 
Union, B. N, Lewis. 

Sheffield (Mass.), B. C. Warren. 

Spencertown and Harlemville, IT. 
W. Taylor. 

Stockbridge and South Lee (Mafls.)^ 
Thomas Vealie. 

Stockport, B. F. Elsdm. 

Tyriughum (Mass.), to be sup- 
plied. 
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Union and Jackson Corners, U. I. 
Hottg. 

Wappinger's Full<«, ,/. H, MiehM. 

West Stockbnd;fc, Queccliy, and 
Richmond (Ma»t».)» to be sup- 
plied. 

w oflt Taghanio, G. B. dark. 

Wing Station, Ji, R Lmi. 

W, G, Browning^ Agent of the 
Ministen' Mutual Asustanoe 
Society— member of Washington 
Street, Poughkeepaie, Quarterly 
Coulerence. 

NEWBCRG DISTRICT. 
F. J. Belcher, P.E. 
(P. 0., Newport.) 
Accord, to be supplied. 
Alligcrville, to be supplied. 
Bell vale, •/. H, Chan^^ion, 
Bloomingburg, R, A. Brown, 
BridKeviHe, to be supplied. 
CallioooD, J. S. Oranam. 
Cannonsville, to be supplied. 
Central Valley, AlbtH HUpkmt, 
Chester, O, A. MtrckaiU, 
Cornwall, Richard WhsaUe^, 
Crawford, Z. A, Robbitte, 
Deposit, /*. if. TurrenHm. 
Downsville, L. J, Champlin, 
Edenville and New Milford, N, L, 

EUen^'e, S, F, WhiU. 

Equinunk (Pa.). B. A. Lowther. 

Esopus ana Cold Spring Comers, 
to be supplied. 

Fort Montgomery, to be sup- 
plied. 

Giueville and Mount Valley, to be 
supplied. 

Garanertown, /. ff. Lent, 

Goshen, J, G, Oaklev. 

Gmhamville, E. S. Miles. 

Greenfield, to be suppled. 

Hancock, F, D, Abramt. 

Harvard, L. F. Piper. 

Highland, Jk'dwin Runt, 

Highland Mills, C, W, MeFher- 
son, 

Hurleyville and Neversink Flats, 
to he supplied. 

Kerhonkson, to be supplied. 

Liberty, ii. H. ScoU, 

Livingston Manor, O, W, Thomp- 
son, 

Long Eddy, to be supplied. 

Martborough, J, W, A, Dodge, 



Middletown, B H, Bureh, 

Milton, R, S. Bishop. 

Modena, Clintondale, and East 
Plntt«kill, 8. J, MeCutcheon, 

Monguup Vidley, Arthur Jamie- 
son. 

Monroe, •/. C, Hovt, 

Montgomery, R, Kikdhan. 

Montiocllo, X. C, H, Adams, 

Napanock, A. M. Griffin. 

Newburg: Grace Church, Osear 
Raviland, 
Saint John's, E, S, Otbon, 
Trinity, Andrew Longaere, 

New PaltL W, R, Evans, 

New Windsor, Mountainville, and 
Little Britain, H, C, Hasten. 

North Newburg, /. K Rawxhmrst, 

PhiUipsport, Simon Stevens, 

Pike Pond, Josiak Tetley, 

PUttskill Valley and BossTille, 
Edioard Ashton. 

Bidffebury, I. J. Peritx. 

Rockland, to be supplied. 

Sloatsbuiv, J. H, FhUlips, 

Stevensvule, to be sunplied. 

Stone Ridu'C, /*. H. Carpenter, 

Sugar Loaf, G. C. Francis, 

Walden. J, M. Cornish, 

Warwick, Arthur Ihompson, 

Washingtonville and Salisbury 
Mills, Nelson Brusie, 

West Point, Aaron Coons, 

KINGSTON DISTRICT. 

A. CooMS, P.E. 

(P. O., KinirtoD.) 

Andes and Pleasant Valley, •/. P, 

Burger, 
Ashland, Eugene Griggs. 
Arena, to be supplied^ 
Athens, A, B Barber, 
Bloomville, G, W, Ferris, 
Bovina, A. T. Civill. 
Cairo and Round Top, Sheldon 

Merchant, 
Catskill, Angela Ostrander, 
Charlotteville, «/. L, Ketchem, 
Coeyman's, M, H. Roys, 
Coeyman^s Hollow, M. B. Snyder. 
Coxsaokie. J, J, Dean. 
Croton, Edward White, 
Davenport, L. 8. Brown. 
Delhi, 8, G. Keyser, 
Dormansville, A, L, Sheer, 
Durham, W. W, Shaw, 
Eddyville, EU Quick, 



Eminence, Ambrose Quiek. 
Fergusonville and Davenport, ^. 

W, MaHin. 
Franklin, 0, D, Ramsav. 
GUboa, J. P. Cariey. 
GUsoo, M. B. Gumming, 
Greenville, OrviUe Van Eew^m, 
Hamden, to be supplied. 
Heiisonville, £. M. Kniskem. 
Hobart, A. E. Lord. 
Hunter, R, H. KeUy, 
Jeflerson, C. H. Travis. 
Kingston : Clinton Avenue, D, EL. 
RBmaJburgh, 

Roodout, Thomas Lament, 

Saint Jamee, W, F. Andera^n, 
Leeds and Sandy Plains, C. A. 

Houfdls, 
Lexington, to be supplied. 
Livingstonville, to be supiJied. 
Maiden, ir.«f.ir«Uy. 
Margarettville, John MeOonsseiL 
Meredith^ to be supplied. 
New Baltmiore and Rocky Stores. 

J, H, Lane, 
North Blenheim, H. Comfbrd. 
Norton Hill and Medusa, to be 

supplied. 
Oak Hill and Preston Hollow, 

John Keogan, 
Olive, to be supplied. 
PaWnviile and Anbury, A. M. Gay. 
Phoenicia, P. N, Chase, 
Pine Hill, O. P. Dales. 
Port Ewen, V. D, MaUice. 
PrattsvUle, C. A. HoUa. 
Roxbury^, J, P. Roes, 
Saugerties, /. R, Ramsey, 
Shandaken. F. I. Wheat. 
Shokan, W. H, Vaughn, 
South Bethlehem, 8. P, O^Uowtg, 
Stamford, George Ream, 
Smnmit, L, G, Mies, 
Tannersville, E. R. Aokerly. 
Walton. J, W, Bohlman. 
West Hurley, J. H, Loomis. 
Windham. J, W, Burkins, 
Woodstock, C, G. Deming, 
James Jackson^ Missionary In 

Chi ftm. 

J. S. Ladd, Miasioiiaiy in Bol- 

garia. 
G, E, Jagnsy Missionary in Utah. 

QuMT. 84. Where shaU the next 

Conference be held f 

In Yonkers. 



NEW ENGLAND CONFERENCE, 

Held tB Boston, Mass., April 9»15, 1890« 



BISHOP NINDE, Presiding. 



Quest. 1. Who are receittd by 
Transfer^ and from what Con- 
ferences f 
C, H, Talmadge, from Detroit; 

Lottie ^\ JJeaudry, from New 

Hampshire— 2. 

QuisT. 8. Who are Admitted on 
Trialf 
Harry Compton, Luther Free- 
man, Clentcnt K. Holme*. Francin 
J. Hale, Charles W. Blackett, 



Ravmond P. Walker, George 
Whitetield Simonson>-7. 

QussT. 8. W/iO Remain on Tnalf 
William M. Ciisaidy, John W. 
Ward, Geor)f0 L. SmalL Edward 
£. SmalL William A. Thurston, 
Charles W. Hawkins, Wilson S. 
Fritch, James SntherUind, Will- 
iam C. Gordon, Harry B. King, 
Dillon Bronson, Liverus H. Dor- 
chester, Charles £. Spaulding, 



JAMES MUDGE. Secretary. 

Henry A. Jones (1888), Arthur 
P. Sharo (1888), Juan Roblea, 
Wm. T. Robinson, Joaquin Domin- 
guez, George G. Froggett (1888), 
Junn C. Correa (1888), Francisco 
Perrizotti (1888), Juan Villaneuva 

il888). Robert Weihmueller (1888), 
I'ranoiiBCO de Lemos (1888)— 24. 

QnxsT. 4. Who are Discontinued f 
Theodore W. Haven, Isaac W. 

Newell— 2. 



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OuBiT. S. Who art AdmUUd into 
FuU (Mmnectumf 
Frank P. Harris, John W. Hill, 
3eiyainin F. Klngsler, Wallaoe 
MoMullen, Eugene H. Thrasher 
—6. 

<)i7StT. 6. Who ar€ lU-admitUdP 
None. 

-QntsT. 7. Who are Reeeimd on 

OrtdmUiaUfrom other Chureheaf 

None. 

<)uxvr. 8. What Traveling I^eaeh- 
an hmm been elecUd DeaeoM f 
Benjamin F. Kingsley, Eugene 

H. Thrasher^S. 

Nam— Hanr Compton wn elected 
•deaooo under the mJMtonenr rale. 

<)rs8T. 9. What Traveling Preach-^ 
are have been ordained Deaennef 
Benjamin F. Kingsley, Eugene 

H. ThrMher— 8. 
NonL— Hany Oompton was ordained 



<^mn, 10. What hoaoi JVeaohare 
ham been elected Deaeonef 
Benjamin C. Oillia, John A. 
Hughes, Elmer E. MoCammon, 
Henry Pearce, Arakel H. Naza- 
lian, Edward E. Abercrombie, 
17aoy McGee Waters— 7. 

<2ussT. 11. What Local Preachere 
have been ordained Deaeonef 
Beigamin C. Gillis. John A. 
Hughes, Elmer E. McCammon, 
Henry Pearoe, Arakel U. Naza- 
lian, Edward E. Abercrombie, 
Naoy MoGee Wuters— 7. 

•QussT. 12. Who are the Traveling 
DeacuHM of the tlrtt Close f 
Frank P. Harris, Benjamin F. 
Kingsley, Wallace McMulleu, 
Hiurvey H. Paiue, John M. Smm- 
djer, Eugene H. Thrasher, John 
W. Hill, Juan C. Correa, Juan 
Tillaneuva, Geo. G. Froggett— 10. 

■QussT. 18. Who are the Traveling 
J)eaeone of the Heoond Clase f 
L. Williams Adams, Eric A. 
Davidson. Oliver W. Hutchinson, 
Addison R. Jones — L 

QunT. 14. What Traveling Deo- 
cone have been elected Elaeref 
Frank A. Everett, Charles A. 

Littlefield— 8. 

Nora.— Harry Oompton wm 
der under tbe ml MJonary rale. 



<2ussT. 15. What Travelina i>M- 
cone have been ordaUud Etderet 
Frank A. Srerett, Charles A. 
Littlefleld— 8. 

Nora.— Harrr Oompton was ordained 
elder under the mlaioDanr rale. A. 
M. Oiaood waa paaMd to the Utt of 
eCecHTe elden. 

QuxsT. Id. What Local Dea/cone 

have been elected Elders f 

Harvey H. Paine. 

<jinc9T. 17. What Ijocal Deacons 

have been ordained Elders f 

Harvev H. Paine. 



QtTBST. 18. Who are the Siipemu- 
merary Preachers f 
V. M. Simons, W. E. Dwight, 
W. M. Ayres, W. Rice, C. I. 
Mills, J. L. Hanaford, N. J. Mer- 
rill, W. H. Hatch, C. L. Eastman, 
M. Trafton, W. McDonald, J. B. 
Gould, W. Butler, G. R. Bent, J. 
W. Fenn, I. B. Bigelow. W. Pen- 
tecost, F. B. Graves. C. N. Smith. 
J. E. Round, A. J. Hall, Daniel 
Dorchester. Franklin Furber, 
Joshua Gill, Daniel Steele— 25. 

QuxsT. 19. Who are the Superctn" 
nuated Preachers f 
J. 8. Barrows, A. R. Jones, 
J. M. Clark, N. Bemis, W. Mer- 
rill, C. H. Vioton, S. Cushing, 
H. C. Dunham, G. Sutheriand, J. 
H. Owens, W. M. Hubbard, M. P. 
Webster, J. C. Ingalls N. D. 
George, F. FUk, HVP. Hall.H. 8. 
Booth, Mark 8uple, L. White, J. 
L. Estey, J.W. Merrill, G. Hewes, 
G. E. Cnapman, L. A. Bos worth, 
£. A. Manning, A. C. Godfrey, 
Burtis Judd. Ichabod Marey, 
Ralph W. Allen, AusUn F. Her- 
rick. John C. Smith, William 
Gordon — 88. 

QussT. 80. Was the Character <f 
each Treacher Baaminedf 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of eaeh Preacher was called 
in open Conferenoe. 

Qtncsr. 81. Have any Diedf 

Bradfbrd K. Peiroe, Daniel At- 
kins, John W. Coolidge^Kics- 
inan Atkinson, Walter Wilkie, 
John W. Lee— 6. 

(See obituaries, p. 104.) 

QuxsT. 88. Have any been Trans- 
ferred^ and to what Conferences i 
«7. F, Clymer and Ira G, Rose, to 
Maine ; Frank P. Harris, to Min- 
nesota — 8. 

QuxsT. 88; Have any WUhdrawfif 
None. 

QuBST. 24. Have any been Located 

eU their omt, request f 

None. 

QuxsT. 85. Have any been Located f 
None. 

QussT. 86. Have any beenpt nnitt e d 
to Withdraw under Chargee or 
Complaints f 

None. 

QuBsr. 27. Have any been Eiqpdted f 
None. 

Ovist. 88. Who are selected for 
Triers of Appeals f 
W. J. Hesth, W. J. Pomft«t, C. 
Young, J. O. Knowles, L. P. 
Cushman, J. Candlin, W. Toul- 
min— 7. 

Quest. 8». What is the Statistical 

Iteport for this Coi^'eretice year f 
(See tabulated statement, p. 197.) I 



Qlsst. 80. What is the Conference 
Treasurer's Report for tliis Con- 
ference year? 
Disciplinary answer not received. 

Quest. 81. WImI are the Claitne 
on the Cot\fereiice Pundf 

$11,988. 

Quest. 88. What has been Received 
on these Claims^ mtd how has U 
been Applied f 

$11,378, 
which has been applied under or- 
der of the Conference. 

Quest. 88. Ultere are the Preach- 
ere Stationed f 

[Theae appolotmenta are all In the State 
of UaaMehoaetta.] 

BOSTON DISTRICT. 
George S. CuiLDBouiurE, P.E. 
(P. O.. Oambridfeport) 
Ashland, H. H. Paine. 
Boston : Allstou, E. A. Smith, 
Appleton, Jonathan Ifeal, 
Baker Memorial, C. H Tat- 

madge, 
Bromneld Street, Oeorge A, 

Crawford, 
City Point, M. H. A, Evans, 
Dorohi-ster, R, F, Holway. 
Eggleston oquaro, C. E. Spauld- 

ing. 
Highland, /. H, Pltckard, 
Jamaica Plain, F, H, Knight. 
Mariner's Bethel, Goo. L. Small. 
Mattapan,^. C. Carey, 
Monran Chapel Mission, B, J. 

Johnston, 
Parkman Street, Wm, Full, 
People's Church, R, L, Greene. 
Revere Street, to be supplied. 
Roslindale, J, W, Deatwm, 
Saint John's, L, A, Banks, 
Stanton Avenue, J, R, Cushino, 
Swedish Miasiun, E. A. David- 
son. 
Temple Street, W, L Haven, 
Tremont Street, IK. N, Brod- 

beck, 
Washington Village, to be sup- 

W plied, 
est Roxbury, to be supplied. 

Winthrop Street. C, L. Goodell, 
Brookline, /. //: 'J\oombly, 
Charlton City, F, A. Everett, 
Cherry Valley and Lcice^^ter, F, T. 

Oeorge, 
Cochituate, Joseph Candlin, 
Dedham, C,W. WiUer. 
East Douglas, /. A. J/esler, 
Franklin, R, H. Howard. 
Highlandville, Win, Wigncdl. 
HoIli>«tpn, J, H. Emerson, 
Hopkinton, A B Sweetzer, 
Hyde Puric, W, T. WoHh, 
MUford, A, W, MilU, 
.Millbury, H, G, Buckingham, 
Natiok: Fisk Memorial, 8, X. 

Gracey, 
Newton, Aitdrew JieKeown, 

Aubumclale, W. B, Knoot, 

Center, W, R, Clark. 

Highlands, to be supplied. 

Lower F»ll«, A. P. Sharp. 

Newtonville, G. S. Butters, 

Upper Falls, John I^terson, 
North Grafton, to be supplied. 
Norwood, to ,be suppJiril..^ 

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Oxford^ O, W. Coon. 

SaxoDville, W. S. Japger, 

Shrewsburv, J. P. Kennedy. 

Southbbriufre, Nathanul Fello%09. 

South Framlngham, £. W, Virgin, 

South Walpole, W. H. Dockham. 

Spencer, Jf. E. Wright. 

Upton, A. H, Tunnidif. 

Uxbrioge, John Capen. 

Walpole, to be supplied. 

Webster, T. B. Smith, 

Westborough, A. W. Tirrell. 

West Medwaj, to be supplied. 

West Quincy, W, F. Lawford, 

Whitinsville, E. 8. Etd. 

Wallaston, Luther Freeman. 

Worcester: Coral Street, J, 0, 
KnowUi, 
French Mission, Loui» N, Beau- 
dry, 
Grace, John Oalbraiih, 
Laurel Street, Alonio Sander- 
eon, 
Swedish Mission, First, Victor 

Wittina, 
Swedish Mission, 8econd,/r. W. 

Eklund, 
Trinity, W, B, Thomat, 
Webster Square, Henry Dorr, 

W, F, Warren^ President of Bos- 
ton Univewity — member of Tre- 
mnnt Street, Boston, Quarterly 

* Conference. 

Z. T, Toioneendj Professor in Bos- 
ton Univewity — member of 
Bromfleld Street, Boston, Quar- 
terly Conference. 

George Prentice^ Professor in Wes- 
leynn University — member of 
Bromfleld Street, Boston, Quar- 
terly Conference. 

S, F. Vpham. Professor In Drew 
Theological Seminary — member 
of Temple Street, Boston, Quar- 
terly Conference. 

W, E, -ff«»Wn^<on, Dean of Col- 
lege of Liberal Arts of Boston 
University— member of Newton 
Center Quarterly Conference. 

J, W. Dadmun^ Chaplain at Deer 
Island — member of Wiuthrop 
Street, Boston, Quarterly Con- 
ference. 

A, A, Wright, Dean of Boston 
Correspondence School — mem- 
ber of Bromfleld Street, Boston, 
Quarterly Conference. 

Vamum A. Cooper, Superintend- 
ent of New England llome for 
Little Wanderers — member of 
Winthrop Street, Boston, Quar- 
terly Conference. 

John C, Feraueon, President of 
Nankin University, Nankin, 
China, and Missionary in the 
Central China Mission. 

NORTH BOSTON DISTRICT. 

J. W. Lindsay, P.E. 

(P.O., West Newton.) 

Ashbumham. to be supplied. 
Athol, W, JY. Richardim, 
Ayer, to be supplied. 
Barre, Raymond P. Walker. 
Berlin, to be supplied. 
Boston : Monument Square, Q. M, 
Smiley, 
Trinity, E. }f, Taylor, 



Cambridge : Grace, S. E, Breen, 
Harvard Street, C, 8, Rogers, 
North Avenue, O, H, Chiney, 
Trinity, C. H. Uanoford, 
Clinton, W, B, Toulmin, 
Concord : Norwegian and Danish 

Mission, Eliot Haneen, 
East Pepperell, Jamee Mudge, 
East Templeton, to be supplied. 
Fitchburg: Central, Jesee Wagner, 

West, Edward Biggins, 
Gardner, E, P, King, 
Graniteville, Alfred Woods, 
Hubbardston, William Ferguson, 
Hudson, N, B Fist, 
Leominster, C, F, Biee, 
Lowell : Centnil, J, N, Short, 
Highlands, Alexander Bight, 
Sauit Paul's, C. E, Bavu, 
Northern Street, W, T, Perrin, 
Lunenburg, C. £. Holmes. 
Mariborough, E. P. Berriek, 
Maynard, C. A. Merrill. 
Oakdale, P. B. Stratton, 
Phillipston, to be supplied. 
Princeton, to be supplied. 
Rock Bottom, W, J, BambUton, 
Somerville: Broadway, A. M. 
Osgood. 
Flint Street, C. M, Mdden, 
Park Avenue, Benry Matthews, 
Union Square, Owrge Sksene, 
Sudburv, W. W. Colburn, 
Townsend, 0, W, Adams, 
Waltham : Fin»t Church, CharUs 
Tilton, 
Immanu-£1, to be supplied. 
Watertown. W. S, Biehardson, 
West Chelmsford, to be sup- 

W plied. 
ostMedford, W. J. Pom/ret, 
Weston, E. H. Thrasher. 
Winchendon, W, W, Baldwin, 
Winchester, O, B. Ptrkins, 
Woburn, Hugh Montgomery, 
Benry Loomis, Professor in Law- 
rence Universily, Appletony Wis- 
consin — member or Leonnnster 
Quarterly Conference. 
Daniel Biehards, Agent of Amer- 
ican Peace Society — member of 
Union Square, Somerville, 
Quarterly Cfonference. 
Gsorge WMtaher, President of 
WUey University. Marshall, 
Tex.— member of Union Square, 
Somerville, Quarterly Confer- 
ence. 

LYNN DISTRICT. 
J. H. MAirsrixu), P.E. 
(P. 0.. Lynn.) 
Ballardvale, E. E. Small. 
Beverly, L, D. Bragg. 
Boston: Meridian Street, and 
Bethel, L, B. Bates, 
Saratoga Street, J, W, Hamil- 
ton, 
Bradford, to be supplied. 
Bvfleld, to be supplied. 
Chelsea: Mount Bellingham, D. 
H. Ela, 
Walnut Street, T. C, Watkins. 
Cliftondale, C. H. Walters, 
East Saugus, F, K. Stratton, 
Essex and Hamilton, O, 0. Crosby, 
Everett, Charles Young, 
Gloucester: Bay View, S, H, 
Noon. 
Eiist, to be supplied. 



Gloucester: Prospect Street, &. IT. 
Manefield, 
Riverdale, A, W, Baird, 
Swedish Mission, to be supplied* 

Groveland. to be supplied. 

Ipswich, J, F, Allen, 

Lawrence. John H. Mansfield, 

Lynn: Boeton Street, T, W. 
Bishop, 
Common Street. J, D, Pities, 
Maple Street, Fayette Atchols, 
Saint Luke's, C. W. Blackett. 
Saint Paul's, £. W. Staples, 
South Street, /. W. Biggins, 
Trinity, Z. P, Cushman. 
Wyoma, J. W. Ward. 

Maiden: Belmont, 0. W. Hotob* 
inson. 
Center, W. P. Odell. 
Maplewood. J. W. IktUon, 
Swedish Mission, to be sup* 
plied. 

Marblehead, J, F Mears. 

Medford, E, T, Cumick. 

Melrose, Stanuel Jackson. 

Middletou, to be supplied. 

Newburyport: PeopWa Churdi^ 
E, A, Howard, 
Washington Street, A, Gould. 

North Andover, Elias Hodge, 

North Reading, to be supplied. 

Pcabody, WTP. Bern. 

Reading, F. N. Upham.^ 
. B. Hu\ 



Rockpoit, /. . c p 

Swedish Mission, /; O.B, Wal- 
lin. 

Salem: La&yette Street, G, A» 
Phinney, 
Wesley, J, M, Leonard. 

Saugus, to be supplied. 

Stoneham, W. B, Meredith, 

Swampscott, L. W. Adams. 

Taplcvville, J. H. Thompson. 

Topsneld. to be supplied. 

Wakeflela, to be supplied. 

Wellington, to be supplied. 

Wilmington, W. A.Thurston. 

Winthrop, C. T, Johnson, 

W. O. Holway^ Chaplain in United 
States Navy — member of Mount 
Bellingham, Chelsea, Quarterly 
Conferenoe. 

/. W, F, Bamss, Chaplain in 
Massachusetts State Prison — 
member of Maiden Quarterly 
Conference. 

Daniel Dorchester^ Jr.^ Professor 
in Boston University — member 
of Maiden Quarterly Conference. 

SPRINGFIELD DISTRICT. 

Oborob F. Eaton, P.E. 

(P.0..8prlDs<ield.) 

Amherst, S, A, Bragg, 

Belchertown, H. B. King. 

Bemurdston and Gill, James Suth- 
eriand. 

Blandford and Russell, to be sup- 
plied. 

Bondville. J. A. Dau. 

Bnx)kfield, W. D. Bridge. 

Charlcmont and Heath, Charles 
Xickli/i. 

Cht•^ter, B. F. Kingelcy. 

Cliicoptjc, G. H. Clark. 

Chicopee Falls, Garrett Beekman^ 

Coleraine, to be supplied. 

Conway, O. E. Sanderson, 

£a:<tharapron, David Sherman, 

East Longmcttdow, J. J I. Gaytord» 

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Enfield, to be aapplied. 

Feeding Hills, iS. Z. Bodgtri, 

Floienoe, A. IL MehoU, 

Greenfield, £kfin HitcKeock, 

Hampden and Olendale, to be sup- 
plied. 

Hulyoke, G. C. Otgood. 

Holjoke Highlands, W. 8. Fiitoh. 

Levden and East Coleraine, H. A. 
Jones. 

Look's Village, to be supplied. 

Ludlow Center, W. Ji. Adams, 

Mittimeagne, C, B, Sherman, 

Munaon, T, 0. MarUn, 

Northampton, /*. T. Jbmsrou, 

North Brookfleld, G. W. Simon- 
son. 

North Dana and South Athol, 
Wm. JSUvsrthom, 

North Presoott, to be supplied. 

OiBnge,iir. jr. auon, 

Pelham and North Amherst, W, P, 
Blaekmer. 

Savoy, to be supplied. 

Shelbum Falls, W. M. Csssidy. 

Southampton. ^(0ro0M Wood, 

South Deerfleld, to be supplied. 

South Hadlej Falls, C. W. Haw- 
kins. 



Southwick, to be supplied. 
South and West Worthington, to 

be supplied. 
Springfield: Asbury First, C. A. 

GntoeTV. /. Heath, 

Saint Luke's, L. H. Dorchester. 

State Street, W. B, NewhaU, 

Trinity, WaUaoe McMullen. 
Wales, to be supplied. 
Ware, C. M, HaA. 
Warren, W. C\ Town$€nd, 
West Brookfield, F. M. MUUr, 
V(9iit&s\d. Frederick Woods, 
West Pansh and GranTiUe, F. J. 

Hale. 
West Sprinffdeld, W,H,MarhU, 
West Warren, Putnam Webber, 
Wilbraham, A, H, Htrriek, 
Williamsbu^, N, H, MarUn, 

George M, Steele, Prindpal of 
Weeleyan Academy — member 
of Wilbraham Quarterly Con- 
ftrenoe. 

Bei^amin Gill, Professor in Wil- 
braham Academy — member of 
Wilbraham Quarterly Confer- 
ence. 



Jos^h Scott, Chaphdn of Spring- 
field Almshouse — member of 
Trinity, Springfield, Quarterly 
Conference. 

J, H, PUUbury, Professor in 
Smith Coll^f Northampton- 
member of Northampton Quar- 
terly Conference. 

William TaUon. Andrew M: 
Milne, Juan C. Correa, Fran- 
cisco Perrozottiu Robert Weih- 
mueller, Juan Yillaneuva. Fran- 
dsco J. de LemoA, Juan Kobles, 
William T. Kobinson, Harry 
Compton, Ira H. La Fettra, 
James P. Gilliland, and Joa- 
(^uin Dominguez, missionaries 
in South America. 

AlheH Hallen, and WUliam C. 
Gordon, left without appoint- 
ment to attend some one of our 
schools. 

QvxsT. 84. Where shall the next 
Conference be heldf 

Referred to the Bureau of Con- 
ference Sessions. 



NEW ENGLAND SOUTHERN CONFERENCE, 

Held in Newport, R. I., April IS-Sl, 1890. 

BISHOP NINDE, Presiding. S. O. BENTON. Secretaty. 



QmuT. 1. Who are deceived by 
Trantfer, and frtum what Con" 
/erencesf 

Clark Crawford, Aom Central 
Ohio; Charles B, Harris, from 
New York East; Georae W. 
Hunt, from Maine ; John N. Geis- 
ler, from Wilmington: John H. 
Newland, from Des Momes — 6. 

QussT. 2. Who are AdmiUed m 

Trialf 

Herman C. Scripps, James H. 

McDonald, Theodore M. Culver, 

Bobert S. Moore, George W. Elmer 



QnssT. 8. Who Bismafn on Trial f 
Bdward B. Gumev, Geom^ 
Bemreuter, Melville B. Wilson, 
Henry Benoit, Charles Smith, 
Wm. S. Foster— 6 

Qcxsr. 4. Who are DiaconHnuedf 

None. 

Quest. 5. Who are Admitted into 
jPViS OonncetUmf 
Jordan C. Wells, Ehner F. 
Newell, Hartley A. Ridgway, 
Arthur N. Searles, John N. Geis- 
ler, John H. Newland— 6. 

QusBT. 6. Who are Be-admUtedf 

None. 

Quest. 7. Wfio are Beeeived on 

Credentialafrom other Churches f 

None. 



Quest. 8. What Traveling Preach- 
ers have been elected Deacons / 
Jordan C. Wells, Elmer F. 

Newell, Hartley A. Bidgway, 

Arthur N. Searles-4. 

Quest. 9. What T^-aveHna P-each- 
ere have been ordained J/eacons/ 
Jordan C. Wells, Elmer F. 
Newell, Hartley A. Ridgway, 
Arthur N. Searles — 4. 

Quest. 10. What Local Preachers 
have been elected Deacons f 
Frank £. Heigh way, James A. 
Wood, Martin T. Braley— 8. 

Quest. 11. What Local Preachers 
have been ordained Deacons f 
Frank £. Heighway, James A. 
Wood, Martin T. Braley— 8. 

Quest. 12. Who are the Traoeiing 

Deacons of the First Class f 

None. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Traveling 
Deacons qfthe Second Class t 
Frank L. Brooks, Jordan C. 
Wells, Elmer F. Newell, Hartley 
A. Ridgwav, Arthur N. Searles, 
John N. Geisler, John H. New- 
land— 7. 

Quest. 14. What Travelina Deo- 
eons have been elected Elders t 
William D. Woodward. Lyman 

G. Horton. Frank L. Hay ward, 

Louis M. Flocken— 4. 



Quest. 15. Whai Traveling Dea- 
cons have been ordained Elders f 
Wm. D. Woodward, Lyman G. 
Horton, Frank L. Hayward, Louis 
M. Flocken-4. 

Quest. 16. What Local Deacone 
have been elected Elders f 
John N. Geisler. 

Quest. 17. What Local Deacons 

have been ordained Elders f 

John N. Geisler. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Supervu- 
merary Preachers t 
W. N. Richards, L. E. Dun- 
ham, Daniel Wise, E. H. Hatfield, 
W. O. Cady, L. D. BenUey, W. 
P. Hyde, J. O. Dodge^ E. M. An- 
thony, Nelson Goodnch, A. J. 
Church, D. A. Whedon, G. W. 
Brewster. W. McK. Bray, H. W. 
Conant, 8. C. Brown, E. L. Hyde, 
A. E. Drew, W. F. Steele, W; V. 
Morrison, J. C. Hull, S. F. Harri- 
iiian, £. 8. Fletcher— 28. 

Quest. 19. Who are the Snperati- 
nnated Preachers t 
J. C. Allen, F. A. Lonmls, 
Lozien Pierce, E. B. Hinckley, 
J. B. Hustid, G. W. Steams- 
A. E. Hall, J. T. Benton, M. P. 
Alderman, B. C. Phelps, 8. B. 
Chase, G. W. Wooding, E. B. 
Bradford, J. O. Thompson, Thoa. 
Ely, Frederick Upham. Samuel 
Fox, Philo Hawkes, Charles Ham- 
mond, G. W. Andenton, H. J. 

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Fox, Samuel MoKeown, H. S. 
Smith, CarloA Banning, £. 8. 
Stanley, J. H. Shennan, Edwaitl 
Edson, J. F. Sheffield, James 
Mather8~29. 

Quest. 20. Was the Chamoier <if 
each Pnaeher Sxamimndt 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher waa called 
in. 



QussT. 21. Have any JJWff 
Lorenzo W. Blood, Asa N. Bod- 

flsh— 2. 

(See obituaries, p. 108.) 

QcxsT. 22. Ham any been Trane- 
ferred^ and to what Oottfereneea t 
L, B, Codding^ to Maine ; D. A. 
Jordan^ to New York East— 8. 

Quest. 28. Roue any Withdrawn f 
Archibald McCJord. 

Quest. 24. J/at/e any been Located 

at their own request f 

W. W. Hali. 

Quest. 26. Ba»e any been Located f 

None. 

QuEvr. 26. Bave any betnpermitted 
to Withdraw wider Charges or 
Complaiwtef 

None. 

Quest. 27. Rate any been Expelled f 
None. 

Quest. 28. Who are sdeeted for 
Triers <tf Appeals f 
D. A. Whedon, M. J. Talbot, 
R. B. Dyson, E. F. Clark, M. S. 
Kaufman, W. J. Smith, D. P. 
Leavitt— 7. 

Quest. 29. Whai is the Staiistieal 
Report for (his Cor^ferenee year f 
(See tabulated statement, p. 205.) 

Quest. 80. WhaH U the Oonferenee 
Treasurer's Beport/or tkts Con- 
ference year f 
Disciplinary answer not received. 

Quest. 81. What are the Claims 

on the Conference Fundf 

$6,525. 

Qubst. 82. Whai hM been Seeeived 
on these Claims, and how has it 
been Applied f 

$6,552 40, 

which has been applied under 
order of the Conference. 

Quest. 88. Where are the Preach- 
ert Stationed f 

[The appolntmentt of this District are 
all in the State of Miusaohtisetts, ex- 
cept as otherwise lodicatedj 

NEW BEDFORD DISTRICT. 

Walter Ela, P.E. 

(P.O., Fall Rtrer.) 

Acushnet, E. B. Qumey. 
Barnstable, Centerville, und Yar- 

moutliport, R. S. Moore. 
Berkley, E. A. Lpon. 
Bourne, J. Q, Adams, 



Bridgewater, George Bemreuter. 
Brvantville and Silver Lake, F, D, 

oargeant, 
Cataumet, to be supplied. 
Chatham, JV. C. Alger, 
Chilmark, C, T Hatch. 
Cochesett and WestBrocton, J2. J. 

Kellogg, 
Cottage City, (reorge W. Elmer. 
Cotuitport and Cotuit, J, N, PaUer- 

son, 
Cuttyhunk, to be supplied. 
D%fem,t»b»iinij|fiii 
East Bridgewuter, J. N. Geister. 
Eaftt and West Falmouth, to be 

supplied. 
Eat<t and North Harwich, to be 

supplied. 
Eastnam and Orleans, George £, 

Dunbar, 
Edgartown, J, D. King, 
Fair Haven, W, L, Hood, 
Fall River: Brayton, •/. Q, Qam^ 
mons. 

Fiwt Church, W, J, Fates. 

North Churon, to be supplied. 

Park, Ji. JJ. Dyson, 

Quarry Street, B. K Bosworih. 

Saint Paurs.^. jr. Williams. 
Falmouth, II. C. Scrippd. 
Little Compton yVi, I.), C. H. 

Ewer, 
Long Plain, to be supplied. 
Manon, J. S, Thomas, 
Middleborough, T, J, Everett, 
Myrioivs, to l>e supplied. 
Nantucket, Angtlo Carroll, 
New Bedford : Allen Street, /. /. 
Bartholotnew. 

County Street, C, W, Holden. 

Fourth Street, W. H, Allen, 

Pleasant Street. JT. S, Kaufman. 
North Dighton, W, £. Kualer. 
North Tisbury, to be sunpfied. 
North Truro, to bo supplied. 
Osterville and Mareton^s Mills, to 

be supplied. 
Plymouth audRui^sell Mills, G, E. 

BrigUman^ one to be supplied. 
Provincetown : Centenary, S, 
McBumey, 

Center, C, A. Stenhouse, 
Sagamore, E, F. Newell. 
Sandwich and Forestdale, Bobert 

Clark. 
Somerset, to be supplied. 
South Carver, to bo Hupplied. 
South Harwich and Bethel, B, M. 

WilHtis, 
South Middleborough, to be sup- 
plied. 
South Somerset, O, A. Farley, 
South Truro, to be supplied. 
South Yarmouth, to be supplied. 
Taunton: Central,^. W, Kingeley, 

Fim Church, E. C, Base. 

Grace, H. B. Cody. 

Tremont Street, J. C. Wells. 
Truro, to be supplied. 
Vineyard Haven, H, M. Beale. 
Ware ham and East Wareham, 

William Kirkby. 
Wellfleet, C. 8. Davis. 
West Dennis, W. H McAUister. 
Westport Point, John Livesey, 
Whitman, L. M. Flocken. 
Wood's Holl, M. B. Wilson. 
E. Williams. Chaphiin and Agent 

New Bedford Port Socittv— 

membtr of Allen Street, jJew 

Bedford, Quarterly Conference. 



G. M. HamUn^ Preiudent Mall*- 
lieu Seminary, Alabama — man* 
l»er Saint PauPs, Fall River» 
Quarterly Conference. 

CThe appointments of this District are 
all in the State of Connecticut ezcepi 
as otherwise iodleated.] 

NORWICH DISTRICT. 

Ebbn Tirrell, P.E. 

(P.O., Norwich.) 

Attawaugan, ^. H. Martin. 

BaWft and. VeiMkiUsa^ to b6 rap- 
plied. 

Bumside, J. H. AUen. 

Colchester, to be supplied. 

DanielsonviUe, G. A. Morse. 

East Blaokstone (Mass.), to be 
supplied. 

East Glastonbury, E. F. Smith. 

East Hampton and Marlborough^ 
John Pearse. 

East Thompson, to be supplied. 

East Woodstock, to be supplied. 

Gale's Ferry, to be supplied. 

Gardner's Lake and Salem, to be 
supplied. 

Greenville, to be supplied. 

Gurley ville, to be supplied. 

HazardvUle, W.J. Smith. 

Hebron, to be supplied. 

Hockanum, /. B. Ackley, 

Hope Valley (R. I.), to be sup- 
plied. 

Jewett City and Hopeville, to be 
supplied. 

Lvme, W. 8. Foster. 

Manchester, John McVay. 

Mapleville and Glendale (R. I.)^ 
F. J. Follansbee. 

Mashapaug. to be supplied. 

Millville (Mass.). A. N. Searles. 

Moodus and Haddam Neck, Jacob^ 
Betts. 

Moosup, G. H. Butler. 

Mysiic, G. H. Lamson. 

Mystic Bridge and Noank, W. P» 
Buck. 

New London, A. J. Coultae. 

Nmntic, W. I. Ward. 

North Grosvenordale, E. J. Ayers. 

Norwich: Central, F. L. Hay- 
ward. 
East Main Street, G. H. BaJtee. 
Sachem Street, J. M. Tabor. 
Town, to be supplied. 

Oneco and Greene, to be sup- 
plied. 

Pasooag (R. I.). W. P. Stoddard. 

Portland, /. W. B-esby. 

Putnam, W. C. Jewell. 

Quarry ville, to be supplied. 

Bockville and Vernon, O, W. Scott. 

South Coventrv, to be supplied. 

South Glastonoury, tobe supplied. 

South Manchester, i>. P. Leavett, 

Stafford Springs, JS, F, Clark, 

Staffordvilleand Willington, F. C. 
NewM. 

Thompsonville, Joseph HoUings- 

Tolland, Lee Church, and Wesley 
Chapel. John Thompson. 

Tumerville, to be supplied. 

Uncasville, James Tregashis, 

Voluntown and Griswold, V. Ifl 
Mattoon. 

Wapping, to be supplietl. 

Warehouse Point, Bichard Bum. 

Woiiterley (R. I.), J. E. Hawkins. 

West Thompson, to be supplied. 

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WUlumitio, A. P. BUm^. 
Wmdaonrille, £, O. Babeoek, 
/. M, J<une$, SeereUry Connecd- 
cat Temperanoe Union — mem- 
ber BooKville QuMterly Con- 
feienoe. 

(Tbete appohitineiita «re all In the 8Ute 
of Rhode ItUnd, exeepl m otherwise 
lndicated.1 

PKOVLDENCE DISTRICT. 

8. O. BSITTON, P.E. 
(P. O^ ProTldeDce.) 

Arnold's HUls, />. L. Brotm, 
Attleboroaf^h (Mmi.)^ 



M^vmm/vw mj ^ w ii i m i l Smith. 

BriHbl, W. F, Davis. 
^DCton (Mass.): Campello, Jokn 
OldAam. 

Center: F, P, Ibrkin, 

Franklin Chapel, U. A. Bidg- 

Centrel Falls, J, A, L. Rieh. 
CentenriUe, G, ^. Gnmi. 
Xaat Greenwich, J. R SmUh. 
East Providence, L, O. Hortan. 
East Weymouth (Mass.), A. A. 
Kidder. 

Porter, to be supplied. 
French Missions, Henry Benoit 
Hanover (Mass.), to be sappUed. 
Hebron ville and Doqgeville 

(Mass.), W. H. Starr. 
Hill's Grove, AUxandsr Andtr^ 

mm. 
Hingham (Mass.), to be sup- 

Holbrook (Mass.), 8. T. PtaUr- 

90H. 

Hope, to be supplied. 

Hull (Msss.), to be supplied. 

Miuttield East (Msss.), J. W. 

wauu. 



Mansfield : Emmanuel (Mass.), C. 

N. ffineJtUy. 
Marahfield (Mass.), Merrick Ban- 
torn, 
Nantasket (Msss.), J. H. McDon- 
ald. 
Newport: First Church, W, A. 
Luce. 

Middletown, J. F. Cooper, 

SwedUh, 0. A. Cederbera. 

Thames Street, G. W. Hunt. 
North Easton (Mass.), F, 0. 

Baker. 
North Bihotirth mmk CbuOtr 

ptfi.), to be supplied. 
North Stoughton and Bandolph 

(Mass.), to be supplied. 
Pawtucket: First Church, P. M. 

VMoH. 

Thomson, J. H. Newland. 
Phenix, 5. H. Dav. 
Portsmouth, B. F. Simon. 
Providence : Asbuiy Memorial, 
E. F. Jofuft. 

Broadway, G. W. Rng. 

Chestnut Street, ChaHee E. 
Harris. 

City Missions, TF. H. Stetson. 

Cranston Street, E. W. Goodier. 

Harris Avenue. J. A. Rood. 

Hope Street, H. D. Robinson. 

Mathewson Street, Clark Craw- 
ford. 

Saint Paul's, B. W. Hutckin- 
son. 

Swedish, C. R. Cedfrberg. 

Trinity, E. R. Thorndike. 
Quincy (Mass.), Saint Paul's 

Swedish, Henry Hanson. 
Bockland (Mass.), W. D. Wood- 
ward. 
BockUnd Center (Ma&i.)t to be 

supplied. 
Biverdale and Drownville, F. L. 

Brooks. 



Scituate (Mass.), to be supplied. 
South and East Braintree (Mass.), 

W. B. Heath. 
Stoughton (Muss.), E. D. Hall. 
Warren, E. P. Phreaner. 
Washington, to be supplied. 
West Abingdon (Mass.), to be 

supplied. 
West Duxbury (Bfass.), to be sap» 

plied. 
Wickford, T. M. Culver. 
WooDModut^iCX Cook. 

F. D. BtakesUe^ Principal East 
Greenwich AcAdemy — member 
East Greenwich Quarterly Con- 
ference. 

S. S. Cwnmmin^it. Missionary 
and Agent New England Home 
for Little Wanderers, Bostoiy— 
member East Weymouth Quar- 
terly Conference. 

M. J. Talbot, Agent Preachers^ 
Aid Society — member of Math- 
ewson Street, Providence, Quar- 
terly Conference. 

J. H. NutUng, State Institutions, 
Cnmston— member Hill's Grove 
Quarterly O'Onferenee. 

[The appotaftments of this Diitriet are 
aUioBrasU. 

BEAZIL DISTBICT. 
J. H. NiLsoir, P.E. 
(P. 0., Calxov 177 Pars.BrssiU 
Manaos, to be supplied. 
Piira, Justtu H. Kelson. 
Pemambuco, to be supplied. 

QuBST. 84. Where shall the next 
Conference be hMf 

Beferred to Presiding Elden*. 



DELAWARE CONFERENCE, 

Held in Philadelphia, Pa., March 36-3I, 1890. 



BISHOP GOODSELL, Presiding. 



J. H. SCOTT, Secretary. 



QussT. 1. Who are received by 
Tromefer, and from what Con- 
ference* 

None. 

QuxsT. 8. Who are Admitted on 

Triair 

John H. Blake. 

Quest. 8. Who Remain cfn Trial f 
John K. Brown, Hampden T. 
Johnson, Wm. E. Hilton, Joseph 
£.Cook-^ 

QuMT. 4. Who are Discontinued f 
Thomas M. Draper. 

QuBST. 5. Who are Admitted into 
FuU Connection r 
Nicholas A. Snowden, Jacob W. 
Cook, Christopher J. HalU John 
H. Accooe, Robert H. Coleman, 
James £. Bichttrdson — 6. 



QoxsT. d. Who are Re-admittedf 
None. 

Quest. 7. Who are Received on 
Credentials from other CJ^trches t 

None. 

Quest. 8. What TrontUng PreaeK- 

ere have been elected Deacons f 

JtLmoA A. Richardson. 

Quest. 9. What Travelina I¥eaeh- 

ers have been ordained Deacons f 

James A. Richardson. 

Quest. 10. What local Preachers 
have been elected Deacons t 
Noah M. Moore. Qeorge W. Dun- 
ning, Wm. E. Hilton— 8. 

Quest. 11. Whai Local Pteaehers 
have been ordained Deacons f 
Noah M. Moore. George W. Dun- 
ning, Wm. £. Hilton— 8. 



Quest. 12. Who are the Traveling 
Deacons of the First Class f 
Nicholas B. Snowden, Jftroes A. 
Bichardson, Jacob W. Cook, Chris- 
topher J. Hall. John H. Aecooe, 
Robert H. Coleman,. Martin L. 
McKimiey— 7. 

Quest. 18. Who are the TraveUnff 

Deacons of the Second Class f 

John W. Bond. 

Qumn. 14. What Travelina Dea- 
cons have been elected Elders f 
James H. Scott, John H. Griffin, 

Wm, T. Cole, Walter J. Moore, 

Lewis £. Toulson— 5» 

Quest. 16. What Traveling Desk- 
cons have been ordained Elders f 
James H. Scott, «^ohn H. Griffin^ 

Wm. T. Cole, Walter J. Moore, 

Lewis £. Toulson— 6v 

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QcsflT. 16. What Local Deaoant 

have been elided Eldenf 

None. 

QuxiT. 17. What Local Deacoru 

have been ordained Eldenf 

None. 

QuxsT. 18. Who are the Supernu- 
merary I^-eaehert f 
None. 

QiraeT. 19. Who are the 8tq)eran- 
nuated Breacheref 
B. W. Allen, J. 0. Dennis, J. 
W. Saunders, Charles Pallett, 
Nathan Younff, Joshua Brinkley, 
I. Broughton, S. G. Waten, P. J. 
Adams, S. P. Whittington, Hennr 
Morris, W. B. Oreen, G. W. 
Young, Aaron Grinnage, Abraham 
Brown, Noah Monis — 16. 

QmsT. 20. Was the Character i(f 
each Preacher Examined t 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. The cases of 
Charles 0. Waters and Wm. Sog- 
ers were referred to their respective 
presiding elders. 

QmsT. 21. Have any Diedf 
S. £. Adams. 
(See obituary, p. 101.) 

QUBST. 22. Have any been Trane- 
ferred^ and to what Conferenceef 

None. 

QuBST. 28. Have any Withdrawn / 
None. 

QUVST. 24. Have any been Loeaied 

at their own requeet / 

None. 

QUBBT. 25. Have any been Loeaied f 
None. 

QussT. 26. Have any beenpermitied 
to Withdraw under Chargee or 
ComploMUet 

None. 

QuBflT. 27. Have any been JDxpelUcdf 
None. 

QrisT. 28. Who are selected for 
Triere of Appeale f 
J. H. Pearoe, J. W. Mason, G. 
M. Landin, J. H. Nutter, J. U. 
Horman, J. B. Waters, D. A. Bid- 
out— 7. 

QuBST. 29. What U the StatiaHeal 

Report for thie Conference yearf 

{See tabulated statement, p. 229.) 

Quest. 80. What ie the Conference 
Treasurer' e lUportfor th%e Con- 
ference yearf 
Disciplinary answer not received. 

Quest. 81. What are the Claims 

on the Conference Fkind f 

Not answered. 

QuxsT. 82. What has been Received 
on these Claims^ and how has it 
been Applied f 

Not answered. 



QuKST. 88. Where are t?te I^eaeh- 
ers Stationed f 

[Theie appointments are all In the State 
of Delaware* except ai otherwlM indi- 
cated.] 

CHESTEBTOWN DI8TBICT. 

W. J. Pasku, P.E. 

(P.O., nil Rodman 8(.JPlkIladelphla, Pa.) 

CenterviUe (Md.), i>. J. BriUing' 
ham, 

Chestertown (Md.), J, H, Mason. 

Church HiU (Md.), N. B. Snow- 
den. 

Crumpton Qid.), J, W. Brown. 

Denton (Md.), 1. J. Wallace. 

Easton (Md.), A. R. Shockley. 

Fairlee (Md.), Charles A, Horsey. 

Galena (Md.). J. W. Bond. 

Greenslx>rough, (Md.), C. H. 
Hutehins. 

Kent Island (Md.), Wm. if. Webb. 

Marydel (Md.), Aaron Handy. 

Mosseys, to be supplied. 

Melitota, to be supplied. 

Merrickton, to be supplied. 

MUlington (Md.), J. W^. Cook. 

Oxford, to oe supplied. 

Pomona, (M<U. J. E. Webb. 

Queenstown (Md.), J. B. Brown. 

ludgeley, to be supplied. 



Boyal Oak, (Md.), A. W. Lowber. 
Saint Michael (Md.). J/. H, Horsey. 
Sassafras (Md.), to be supplied. 
Skipton (Md.), to be supplied. 
Still Pond (Md.), W. a JHeker- 

son. 
Talbott(Md.), J. E.Cook. 
Trappe (Md.;, George B. Lynch. 
Union, to be supplied. 
Wittmans, 7. R H. Coleman. 

DOVEB DISTRICT. 

T. H. Johnson, P.E. 

(P. 0.. Dover.) 

Airey^B, (Md.), to be supplied. 

Bridgeville, M. L. McKmney. 

Cambridge (Md.J, D. A, Ridout. 

Cambridge Circuit (Md. ), to be sup- 
plied. 

Camden, G, H, Orijln. 

Church Creek (Md.), W. T. Cole. 

Crapo (MdO, to be supplied. 

Dover, J. L. Cole. 

Dover Circuit, to be supplied. 

East Newmarket (Md.), J. H Har- 
mon. 

Federalsbura (Md.), J. A. SooU. 

Harmony, J. K. A. D. Origsby. 

Laurel, to be supplied. 

Lewes, J. H. Blake. 

Madison(Md.j, i). /. Watere. 

Milford, W. H. Johnson. 

Nassau, to be supplied,^ 

Preston (Md.), W. E. Hilton. 

Salem mdX Peter Burrows. 

Seaford, /. H. Johnson. 

Sharptown (Md.), to be supplied. 

Skughter Neck. Lincoln, and Mil- 
ton, W. J. Moore, 

Smyrna, Solom^m Hammond. 

Townsend, J. H. Acoooe. 

Vienna (M.d.), to be supplied. 

PHILADELPHIA DISTRICT. 

W. H. COFFIY, P.E. 
(P. 0.. SS6 Washington St.. Chester, Pa J 
Atlantic City (N. J.), to be sup- 
plied. 
Brighton (N. J.), to be supplied. 



Buriington (N. J.), O. M. Lan- 
din. 

Camden (N. J.), A. W. Hamil- 
ton. 

Cape May (N. J.), J. R. Waters. 

Chespeake City and Mount Pleas- 
ant, to be supplied. 

Chester (Pa.), J. A. Bichardson. 

Davistown and Woodbury (N. J.\ 
R. H. Coleman. 

Delaware City, to be supplied. 

Greenwich, to oe suppheo. 

MerohantsviUe (N. J.), /. £. 
Adams. 

Middletown, T. M, Hubbard. 

Mount Holly (K. J.), J. H. John- 
son. 

Mount Zion (N. 3.),T. 8. Als. 

New Castle, J. H. BrvMey. 

Odessa, C. A. Tinley. 

Philadelphia (Pa.): Bainbridge 
Street, E. E. Parker. 
Frankford Street, L. Y. Com. 
Germantown, /. W. Lamkfbrd. 
Haven. E. H. Webb. 
Zoar, W. H Thomas. 

Port Deposit (Md.), &. T. Tbim- 
send, 

Salem (N. J.), Z. W. DeaHns. 

Salem Circuit (N. J.), to be sup* 
plied. 

South Wilmington, O. H. Wash^ 
ington. 

Wilmington: Ezion, J. H. Rid- 

Wihnington Circuit, J. H. ScotL 

SALISBUEY DISTRICT. 

I. H. White, P.E. 
(P. 0.. Box 107, SalisiMiry, Md.) 

Berlin (Md.), J. W. Pinkney. 

Berlin Cirouit, /. S. Willie. 

Bhickwater, H. T. Rich. 

Chincoteague (Va.), to be sup- 
plied. 

Ciisfield (Md.), Hooper Jolly. 

DealV Island (Md), to be sup- 
plied. 

Fairmount Ci/id.),J. H. Rtave. 

Fair Oak. H. T. Johnson. 

Fi • ' ^ , D.R.I>unn. 

H ), to be supplied. 

Ji .), J. C. €&rrolL 

K to be supplied. 

Ia ). L. E. Toulson. 

M C. J. Hall. 

M : S. HoUey. 

N {Md.), R. J.Wat- 

ere. 

Oak Hall, to be supplied. 

Parsonbuig (Md.;, to be sup- 
plied. 

Pooomoke (Md.), /. H. Nutter. 

Pocomoke Circuit (Md.), to be 
supplied. 

Princess Anne (Md.), J. H. B. 
Hubbard. 

Quantico (Md.), F- J. Lee. 

Salisbury (Md.), J. D. Elbert. 

Salisbury Circuit (Md.)f to be sup- 
plied. 

Snow Hill (Md.),./.ir. Winters. 

Stockton (Md.), to be supplied. 

Union, to be supplied. 

Widgeon, to be supplied. 

QuxsT. 84. Where shall the next 
Conference be held f 

Cambridge, Md. 



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MAINE CONFERENCE, 

Held in Bath, Me., April 23-38, 1890. 



BISHOP ANDREWS, Presiding. 



W. F. BERRY, Secretary. 



Quxn. 1. Who ar§ deceived ly 
Trantfer^ Widfrom what Con- 

£. 0. 7!%ay«r, from North-weBt 
Iowa ; A, A, LewU^ from East 
Maine; /. F. CJymer, fix>m New 
England; L. £ Codding^ tiom 
New England Bonthem— 4. 

QuxsT. 2. Who are Admitted an 
IViair 
Benjamin F. Fickett, William 
H. Gowell, Asa D. Grafiam— 8. 

QuxsT. 8. Who Remain on Trial f 
Willard B. Dukeshire, John R. 
Semick, Alphonso K. Bryant, 
Cyrus Parinton, Frank C. Potter, 
GUbert I. Lowe, Woodbury P. 
Merrill, Andrew W. Waterhouse 



QxTiST. 4. Who are DiteontkivedF 
None. 

QuBST. 5. Who are AdmUXUA inio 
FuU ConMtHonf 
Eugene W. Kennison, Insley A. 
Bean, Thomas Whiteside, William 
B. Eldridge— 4. 

<2iiK9T. 6. Who are BB-admUUdf 
None. 

Quest. 7. Who are Secewed on 
(}redenUaUfrom other Chtirchetf 

None. 

Quest. 8. WhtU Traveling Breaeh- 
ere ha»e been elected Deaeont 
Eugene W. Kennison, Insley A 

Bean— 2. 

Quest. 9. What Travdina Preaeh- 
ere have leen ordained JJeaeone / 
Eugene W. Kennison, Insley A. 

Bean. 

Quest. 10. W?uU Local Preachere 

ha»e beefi, elected Jkaoonef 

Gilbert I. Lowe. 

Quest. 11. What Local Preachere 

have been ordained Deaconef 

Gilbert I. Lowe. 

Quest. 12. Who are the Traveling 
Deaeone of the Mret CUuef 

Eugene W. Kennison. Insley A. 
Bean, Thomas Whitesiae, William 
B. Eldridge, Edward C. Strout— 6. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Traveling 
Deneone of the Second CUuef 
Milton B. Pratt, Charles A. 

Katcliffe, James Wright. William 

H. Barber— 4. 

Quest. 14. What Travelitta Dea- 
eone have been eUeted Maera/ 
Abel E. Parlin. 



Quest. 15. What Travding Deo- 

cone hia»e been ordained mdertf 

Abel E. Parlin. 

Nora.— Daniel R. Ford and Howard A 
Oliflbrd were paased to the Ust of 
effeeUve elder*. 

Quest. 16. What Local Deaeone 

have been elected Elderef 

Madison K. Mabry. 

Quest. 17. What Local Deaeone 

haive been ordained Elderef 

Madison K. Mabry. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Super- 
numerary Freaeheraf 
J. A. Strout, D. Church. H. F. A. 
Patterson, C. A. Southard, H. A. 
Clifford, W. H. Foster, J. NUon— 7. 

Quest. 19. Who are the Superan- 
nuated teachers? 
Alvah Cook, D. B. RandaU, 
C. K. Evans, Joseph Moore, C. C. 
Cone, Alpha Turner, Joseph 
Hawks, Jesse Stone, S. M. Emer- 
son, Caleb Fuller, J. E. Budden, 
W. B. Bartlett, T. P. Adams, J. 
P. Cole, C. W. Blackman, L G. 
Sprague, Joseph Colby, L. P. 
French, True Whittier, N. D. 
Center, J. S. Rice, Ezekiel Smith, 
E. K. Colby, Kin»man Atkinson, 
Charles Munger, A. R. Sylvester, 
John Cobb, S. D. Brown— 28. 

Quest. 20. Was the Character of 
each I¥eacher Examined f 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 

Quest. 21. Have any Diedf 

O. H. Stevens, John Mitchell, 
8. F. Wetherbee— 8. 

(See obituaries, p. 116.) 

Quest. 22. ffiave any been TVane- 
ferred^ and to what Co^fertneef 
E, Z. Atleny to New Jersey: 
O. W. Hunty to New England 
Southern ; L, Z. Banecom, to Dor 
koU; JT, F. Dryden, to West 
Virginia; C, Z. Libby^ to Col- 
orado— 6. 

Quest. 28. Have any Withdrawn f 

None. 

Quest. 24. Ham any been Located 

at their own request f 

J. P. Roberts. 

Quest. 25. Have any been Locatedf 
None. 

Quest. 26. Haveanv beenpemmited 
to Withdraw unaer Charrgee or 
Complaintel^ 

None. 



Quest. 27. Have any been SxpeUedf 
None. 

Quest. 28. Who are eeleeted for 
THere of Appealer 

J. B. Lapham, 0. S. Pillsbuiy, 
W. F. Berry, A. W. Pottle, Perry 
Chandler, C. F. Allen, Hosea 
Hewitt— 7. 

Quest. 29. What ie the StaOatieal 
Report for thie Gortferenee year f 
(See tabulated statement, p. 218.) 

Quest. 80. What ie the Oon/erenee 
TYeaeureT'e Report for tme Con- 
ferenceyearf 
Disciplinary answer not teoeived. 

Quest. 81. What are the CMmi 

on the Conference Fund f 

$3,895. 

Qui8T. 82. What hae been Received 
on these Claime^ and how hae it 
been Applied f 

$3,926 30, 
which has been applied under or- 
der of the Conference. 

QiTEST. 88. Where are the Breach- 
era Stationed f 

[Theee appolntmenti are all In the State 
of Maine, except as otherwise liuU- 
oated.] 

AUGUSTA DISTRICT. 

G. C. AlTOBBWS, P.E. 
(P. 0., Waterrille.) 

Augusta, /. Q, Roes. 

East Livermore and Fayette, J. B. 

Remick. 
East Readfield, to be supplied. 
East Wilton, Temple, and Weld, 

Henry Crockett, 
Eustis, to be supplied. 
Fairfield, to be supplied. 
Fairfield Circuit, to be supplied. 
Farmington, W, F, Berry. 
Gardiner, A. 8. Ladd, 
Hallowell, H, E. Ihss, 
Industry, 0, W, Barber, 
Kent's Hill and Readfield Comer, 

a F Allen, 
Kingfleld, W. B. Eldridge. 
Leeds and Greene, to be supplied. 
Livermore, to be supplied. 
Livermore FaUs and Jay Bridge, 

A, E, Btrlin, 
Madison, to be supplied. 
Mount Vernon^ Vienna, and Bel- 
grade. Hezektah Chase. 
New Sharon, Mercer, and Fann- 

ington Falls, A. C, TVafton, 
Norridgewock, to be supplied. 
North Anson, to be supplied. 
North Augusta and Weet Sidney, 

W. H. Barber. 
Oakland and North Sidney, Alea^ 

ander Hamilton. 

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Phillips, Jr. E. King. 

Skowhegfan, />. B. Holt. 

Solon and BinKham, to be sup- 
plied. 

Stronff, to be supplied. 

WatervUle, Z. R Codding, 

Wayne, North Wayne, and North 
Leeds, J. R, MatUrman, 

Wilton, to be supplied. 

Winthrop, C, Ei Bittm. 

E, M, Smithy President, and H, 
P, 7br«^^EmeritUB Professor, 
in Maine Wesleyan Scminaiy — 
roembers of Kent's Hill and 
Keadfield Comer Quarterly Con- 
ference. 

LEW18T0N DISTRICT. 

£. T. Adams, P.E. 

(P. 0., Winthrop.) 

Andover, B. F. Fickett. 

Auburn, IToMa BewiU, 

Bath: Beacon Street, W. F, 
Bolmet, 
Wesley, A, A, Zewit, 

Bethel and Locke's Mills, S. T. 
Record. 

Bowdoinham, D. R. Ford. 

Bridgeton and Denmark, J. E. 
Tnuk. 

Brunswick, F. C. Haddock. 

Buckfleld, to be supplied. 

Conway (N. H.), 1. A. Bean. 

Durham and Pownol, to be sup- 
plied. 

East North Yarmouth, to be sup- 
plied. 

East Poland and Minot, to be sup- 



plied. 
Fain] 



Falmouth and Cumberland, C. F. 

I\irsont. 
Freybuix and Stow, W. H. 

Gowelt 
Gorham and Berlin (N. H.), W. P. 

MerriU. 
Hi^awell and Onis Island, Otorffe 



Lewiston : Hanmiond Street, Pmry 
ChandUr, 
Park Street, W. S. McIfUin. 

LiBl)on, 0. 8. PilUbury. 

Mason and Albany, to be sup- 
plied. 

Mechanic Falls, C. E. Springer. 

Monmouth, «/. H. Rob^is, 

Naples, A. D. Qraffam. 

Nowry, to be supplied. 

North Auburn, to be supplied. 

North Conway and Interrale, 
(N. U.), M. O. FhtdtxUr. 

Norway and North Norway, F. W. 
Smith. 

Oxford and Welchville, £. W. 
Kennison. 

Bichmond, O. F. Oobb. 

Bumford and Bean's Comers, to 
be supplied. 

South Paris, Thomas Whiteside. 

South Waterford, Cyrus Purinton. 

Turner, to be supphed. 

West CumberUmd, F. C. Potter. 

West Paris, J. W. Smith. 

H. C. Skeldon, Professor in Boston 
School of Theology— member of 
Bmnswick Quarterly Confer- 
ence. 

y. C. Clifford. Conference Tract 
Agent — member of Monmouth 
Quarterly Conference. 

PORTLAND DISTRICT. 

W. 8. JOKBS, P.E. 
(P. 0., WoodfordV.) 

Alfred, W, F. MartKaU. 

Baldwm and Uiram, C. A. Rat- 
clifFe. 

Berwick, Sylvedtr Hooper. 

Biddeford, E. 0. Tkayer. 

Bowery Beach. R. H. Kimball. 

Cvpe Elizabeth Depot and Tuto- 
rs Liland, Walter Canham. 

Chebeague and Long Island, 
James Wright 

Comisb, to be supplied. 



Elliott, O. I. Lowe. 

Goodwin's Mills, Bet^amin Dref 

man. 
Gorham: North Street, M. Bw 
Pratt 

School Street, to be supplied. 
Hollis Center, to be supplied. 
Kennebnnk and Sato Road, F. A» 

Bragdon. 
Kennebuukport and Cape Por- 

poibc. I^rancii Grovenor. 
Kezar Falls, A. W. Waterhouse. 
Kittery: First Church and South 
Elliott H. B. MitekeU. 

Second Church, J. B. Lapham. 
Maryland Ridge and Ogunqut^. 

to be supplied^ 
Newiield, to be supplied. 
Old Orchard and Saoo Ferry, L. H* 



Portland r Chestnut Street, N. 71 

Congress Street, J. M. FroU. 
Island, John CoUint. 
Pine Street. J. F. Clymer. 

Sacoaiu>pa. A. V. JMtU. 

Saco, &. JL BUmer. 

Sanford and Spring^e, J. M. 
Wo^dburjf, 

South Berwiek, Jerad Luce. 

South Biddefofd, to be supplied. 

South Portland, T. F. Jonee. 

South Standish, to be supplied. 

West Kennebunk, John Gftbeon, 

West Portland and Knighti«ville» 
David J¥att. 

West Scarborough, to be sup- 
plied. 

Woodford's, J. A. Corey. 

York, 0. D. Holmu. 

W. B. Dukeshire, E. C. Strout, 
and A. K. Bryant, left without 
appointments, to attend some 
one of our schools. 

QVKST. 84. WJtere shall the tuxi 

Conference be held t 

In Brunswick. 



EAST MAINE CONFERENCE, 

Held in DoTer, Me., April 30-aiay 5, 1890. 



BISHOP ANDREWS, Presiding. 



C A. PLUMER, Secretary. 



QuBST. 1. Who art Received by 
Trantfer, and from what Con- 
ferenoeef 

None. 

Quest. 8. Who are Admitted on 
Triair 
Ulysses G. Lyoni*, Charles W. 
Lowell, Nathanael B.Cook, James 
A. Weed, James T. Moore— 5. 

QussT. 8. Who Remain on Trialf 
Samuel M. Small, Wm. T. John- 
son. Chesley C. Phelan, Melvin S. 
Preble, Dauiel B. Phelan, Vinal £. 
Hills, Wm. H. Dunnack, Edwin 
H. Hadlock.WesleyWig^in, Edgar 
A. Carter, James H. Irvme— 11. 

QnxsT. 4. Who are DiaeontUiuedf 
Wilbur H. Maffitt. 



QuitsT. 6. Who are Admitted into 
Fidl Connection F 
Hiram B. Nutter. Preston A. 
Smith. Wm. J. Kelley, Wm. F. 
Campbell, Nelson K. Pearson, 
Theodore 8. Ross, Thomas J. 
Wright, Wm. H. Powlesland, Les- 
lie B. Withee, Mark H. SipieUt— 10. 

QuxsT. 6. Who are Re-etdmittcd f 

None. 

Quest. 7. Who are Reeeieed uo 

Credentials from other Churches f 

None. 

Quest. 8. What Traveling Pteach- 
ern ?iave been dected Deacons f 
Hiram B. Nutter, Preston A. 

Smith, Wm. J. Kelly, Nelson K. 

Pearson, Theodore S. Boss, 



Theodore J. Wright, Wm. H. Pow- 
lesland, Mark H. Siprelle— 8. 

Quest. 9. What TraveUng Preach* 
ers have been ordained iJeaamef 
Hiram B. Nutter, Preston A« 
Smith, Wm. J. Kelley, Nelson B. 
Pearson, Theodore 8. Ross, Theo- 
dore J. Wright, Wm. H. Powles- 
land, Mark H. SipreUe— S. 

Quest. 10. What Local Preachere 
have been elected Deacons f 
Wm. T. Johnson, Nathunael B. 
Cook, Woodbury P. Morrill, Jacob 
U. Barker— 4. 

Quest. II. What Local 1^'eachere 
have been ordained Deacons f 
Wm. T. Johnson, Nathanael B. 
Cook, Woodbury P. Morrill, Jacob 
H. Barker— 4. 

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QUWT. 13. Who art Vte Tramling 
JJeaams qf iks Ih^ Clat$i 
Hinun B. Nutter. Preston A. 
Simth. Wm. J. Kelley, Wm. F. 
Campoell, Nelson R. Pearson, 
Theodore 8. Boas, Thomas J. 
Wright, Wm. H. Powleeland, Les- 
lie B. Withee, Mark H. Siprelle, 
Charles H. FuUeiwu. 

QuxsT. 18. Who »4 th$ TrQi9ding 
Deaeotu of Uu 8te(md CUmt 
iVank W. Brooks, Caadns C. 
Whidden, CharlesH. Fuller, Maliy 
Keamej. Wentwortfa F. Stewart, 
Frank E. Whitham, Wm. A. Mo 
©raw, Walter F. Prmoe-^ 

<)ux8T. 14. Whai TroMliM Deo- 
corn have been decUd Maersf 
David B. Dow, Thomas A. 

Hodgdon, Samuel T. Page^S. 

QinaT. 15. Whai Troweling Dea- 
coM have beeii ordahted Etdtrt f 
David B. Dow, Thomas A. 

Hodgdon, Samuel T. Page— 8. 

QuxtT. 16. What Local Deacons 
have been elected Elder $ t 
Samuel M. Small, Lemuel A. 
Oould, William F. Campbell—3. 

QuxsT. 17. Wkai Local Deacotu 
have been ordained Eldere t 
Samuel M. Small, Lemuel A. 
Qonld, WiUiam F. Campbell--3. 

Qusvr. 18. Who are the Supemn- 
mer€try Preachertf 
M. F. Bridgfaaro, J. R. Baker, 
Ammi Prince, T. B. Penteoost, 
C. H. Leverton— 5. 

QuMT. 19. Who are the Huperan' 
nuated Breaeheref 
Albert Church. B. B. Bvme, 
Lewis Wentworth. S. 8. Gross, 
Rufus Day, Ephnum Bryant, W. 
B. Eldridge, B. 8. Arey, L. D. 
Wardwell, K. 8. Dixon, 8. H. Beale, 
£. M. Fowler, J. N. Uanh. B. M. 
Mitchell, Abyah Kendall, F. H. 
Osgood^ie. 

QusiT. 20. Was the Character of 
each Pi-eacher Examined^ 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 

Qu«0T. 21. Maife any Diedf 

C. B. Dunn, T. H. Murphy, Eli 
8. Walkei^-8. 

(See obituaries, p. 108.) 

QuxsT. 22. Move any been Trans- 
ferred^ and to what Coi\ferencesf 
JL K WUHns, to New England 
Southern ; A, A, Lettis^ to Maine ; 
Ji, L. Canton, to Vermont; Ed- 
ward Freeman, to Wilmington; 
W. H Faroat, to Erie— 6. 

QvMtft, 28. Bave any Withdrawn f 

None. 

Quest. 24. Hone any been Located 

at their own request f 

Orrin Tyler. 



QuMT. 25. Haoe any been Located f 
None. 

QuKST. 26. Ha»ea$kybee% permUted 
to Withdraw under CKaroes or 
Oom^piaUUsf 

None. 

QvssT. 27. Ham any bemiJAep^Udff 

None. 

QuisT. 28. Who are seUetedfor 
Triers of Appeals f 
C. A. Plomer, G. D. Lindsay, 
W. L. Brown, J. P. Simonton, J. 
T. Crosby, E. H. Boynton, J. A. 
Morelen— 7. 

Qnxsr. 29. What is the Statistical 

Jitportfor thie Conferenoe yearf 

(See Ubulated statement, p. 216.) 

QtTiST. 80. What is the Oor^erenie 
Treasurer's Report for Mis Con- 
ference yeart 

Disciplinary answer not received. 

QUBST. 81. Whal are the Claims 

OH the Coitferencs Fundi 

•5, •CO. 

Qmr. 82. Whal has been Jiseriwed 
on these Claims^ and how has it 
beenApplicdi 

•2,623 80. 

which has been appKea under or- 
der of the Conference. 

Quest. 88. WTure are the Preach* 
ers Stationed t 

[Thete appoIntriMnts are all In the Stale 
of Maine.] 
BANGOR DISTRICT. 
B. C. WBirrwoRTH. 
(P. 0.. Dexter.) 
Areyle, to be supplied. 
Asnland, to be supplied. 
Bangor: First Church, G, D. Lind- 
say, 

Grace, F. C, Bogers, 
BrownviUe, to be supplied. 
Caribou, to be supplied. 
Carmel and Levant, to be supplied. 
Danforth, to be supplied. 
Dexter and Ripley, J. R, Clifford. 
Dixraont, to be supplied. 
Dover, ./. W, Day. 
East Corinth and Corinth, H. B. 

Nutter. 
EaHton, Mars' Hill, and South 

Presque Ule, L. B. Withee. 
Exeter and Corinna, to be supplied. 
Forest Citv S. T. Page. 
Fort Fairtfeld, to be supplied. 
Guilford, Saugerville, and Park- 
man, John TenUng.- 
Harmony and Athens, U. G. 

Lyons. 
HartLuid and Saint Albans, W. H. 

Dunnack. 
Houllon, Hodgdon, and Linneus, 

H. E. Frohock. 
Kingman, to be supplied. 
La Grange and Bradtord, to be sup- 
Li mestone, to be supplied. 
Lincoln and Mattawamkeag, W. 

H. Powlesland. 
Mapleton, M. H. Siprelle. 
Monticello,/: W. Towle. 



Moro and Sherman, to be sup- 
plied. 
Newport and Detroit, C. A, Maine, 
Old Town and Coetigan, J. P, 

Simonton. 
Orono, J. L. Hill. 
Pattern and Mount Chase, C. Z. 

Banghart. 
Pittsfleld and Palmyra, Wilson 

Lermond, 
Sebeo, Atkinson, and Milo, to be 

supplied. 
Smyrna, to be supplied. 
Stillwater, West Old Town, and 

Hudson, to be supplied. 
Vanceborough and Lambeit Lake, 

N. R. Peanon. 

BUCKSPOBT DISTRICT. 

J. F. Haley, P.E. 

(P. 0., lUmrorth.) 

Alexander, Cooper, and Med47- 

bemps. to be supplied. 
Bar Harbor, tf. &. Winslow. 
Brewer, F. E. Whitham. 
Brooksville, J. T. Moore. 
Bucksport and Orlando, D. E. 

Doi: 
Bucksport Center, J. A. Weed. 
Cakis : First Church, J. H. Irvine. 

Knight Memorial, A. W, C. An- 
derson. 
Castine, 0. H. Femald. 
Chernrfield and MiUbridge, A. J. 

Lockhart. 
Columbia Falls, Columbia, and 

Addison, Bialry Kearney. 
Cutler, to be supplied. 
Deer L*le, T. J. Wright 
East Bucksport and Dedham, to be 

supplied. 
East Maohias and Whiting, W. A. 

McGraw. 
Eastport, C. L. Haskell. 
EddUigton, W. T. JeweU. 
Edmunds and Marion, Datfid 

Smith. 
Ellsworth, J. T. Crosby. 
Franklin, T. A. Hodgdon, 
Gouldsborough and Steuben, to be 

supplied. 
Hampden, N. B. Cook. 
Harrington, 8. M. Small. 
Lubeo, to be supplied. 
Machias, E. H. Boynton. 
Orrington, E. A. Carter. 
Orrington Center and South Or> 

rington, M. 8. Preble. 
Pembroke, P. E, Browti, 
Penobscot, T. 8. Ross. 
Robinston and Perry, F. W. 

Brooks. 
South-west Harbor, to be sup- 
plied. 
Sullivan, C. C. Phelan. 
Surry and East Blue Hill, D. B. 

Phelan. 
Swan's and Gott's Islands, to be 

supplied. 
Trenton, to be supplied. 
Wesley, Crawford, and Northfleld, 

to be supplied. 
Winterport, H. W. Norton. 
A. F, Chase, Principal of East 

Maine Conference Seminary — 

member of Bucksport Quarterly 

Conference. 
H. H. Clarke, ChapliOn in United 

States Navy— member of t^ 

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2), E. IHbou^ Chaplain in United 
States Navy— member of Ella- 
worth Quarterly Conference. 

D. H. Sawyer^ Profeesor in Boat 
Univereity— member of Hamp- 
den Quarterly Conference. 

ROCKLAND DISTKICT. 

L H. W. Whabtt, P.K. 

(P. O.t Thomaiton.) 

Belfast, Q, B, Chadwiek, 
Boothbay Harbor, S, L, Bameom, 
Bremen and West Waldoborouffh, 

J, A. Mordm. 
Camden, F. /> WatdwM. 
Clinton, Benton, and Bumham, 

rr . Jj» BtOWn* 

Cui^blng, v. £. Hilla. 
Damarmcotta and Mills, W. F. 

Stewart. 
Dresden, J, H, BtnneU, 
East Boothbay and South Bristol, 

W. F. Campbell 



East Vassalborough and China, 

Jamtt Biram. 
Friendship, £. A, Oliddtn. 
Georgetown and Arrowsio, 8, Jf. 

Knox and Morrill, to be»supplied. 

Montville and Palermo to be sup- 
plied. 

Noithport and Dnoolnyille, C. W. 
LoweU. 

North Vassalborouffh and Vassal- 
borouffh, W. J. Kelly. 

North Waldoborou^h, Orft's Cor- 
ner, and Waahmgton, BUtha 

Pemaquid and New Harbor, P. A. 
Smith. 

Pittston and Whitefield, to be sup- 
plied. 

BandoIphandChelsea, W. W. Ogier, 

Rockland, C. 8» Cummingt, 

Rookport, Jf. Q, Plrt9QoU. 

Round Pond and Bristol, W. T. 
Johnson. 



Seanmumt, Wesley ^ 

Sesrsport, Norman Laliank. 

Sheepsoot Bridge, CharUt Eogen, 

Soutnport. to be supplied. 

South Tnomaston and Spmce 
Point, to be supplied. 

Thomaston, a A. Burner, 

Union, J, D, I^iy$on, 

Unity and Troy, to be supplied. 

Waldoborouffh and South Waldo- 
borough, fi. H. Hadlock. 

Westport, to be supplied. 

Windsor and Cross Hill, E, 8. 
Oahan, 

Wiscassett, to be supplied. 

Woolwich, J, 8. Tktm^toti. 

C. H. Fuller, C. C. Whidden, and 
W. F. Prince, left without ap- 
pointments to attend some one of 
our schools. 

QussT. 84. Wher^ »haU tA4 mat 
Oof^fdr^nce b4 held f 
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NEW HAMPSHIRE CONFERENCE, 

Held ia UtboB, N. H., April 33.38, 1800. 
BISHOP WALDEN, Presiding. S. E. QUIMBY, Secretofy. 



QUBST. 1. Who ar€ Jitetived by 
TrantfeTt and from vohai Coiv- 

fSftnCMr 

Q«org4 W. Jf tiler, from Minne- 
sota; JF. O, Mellor^ ftom Holston ; 
George (7. Collyer^ from Troy; 
Juan C. Correa, Juan Villauueva, 
Georffe G. Froffgett, Robert Weih- 
mueUer, from ^&w England Con- 
terenoe— 7. 

QussT. 2. Who are Admitted on 
TrUdf 
William A. Mayo (1888), James 
D. Le Gro (1888), Frank A. Tyler 
(1889), Orrin W. Bryant, George 
H. Spencer, George F. Durgin, 
Thomas Whiteside, Silveo 8. £s- 
pindola, Ramon Blanco— 9. 

Quest. 8. Who Bemain on Trioif 
Ernest W. Eldridge, Buell 0. 
Campbell, Fred. H. Moigan— 8. 

QUBST. 4. WhoareBiteonHnvedf 
Freeman C. Libby. 

QUBST. 6. Who are AdmUUd into 
Full Ckmneetionf 
Edwin C. Langford, William 
Warren, Juan C. Correa, Juan 
Villanueva. George G. Froggett, 
Robert Weihmueller — 6. 

QuBST. 6. Who are Bs-^idmittedf 
None. 

Quest, i. Who are Received on 

CredenUaUfrom other Churche$ t 

None. 

Quest. 8. Whai Trending Freaehr 

ere haee been elected Beaeonif 

William Warren. 



Quest. 9. What Travelifyg Preach- 

ere have been ordained Deaoontf 

William Warren. 

Quest. 10. What Local Preachere 

have been elected Deaconef 

Geoige H. Spencer. 

Quest. 11. What Local Preachere 

have been ordained Deacone f 

George H. Spencer. 

Quest. 13. Who are the Travtiing 
Deacone qfthe Mret ClaseF 
Edwin C. Langford, William 
Warren, William A. Loyne (1888) 
—8. 

Quest. 18. Wfu> are the TVavding 
Deacone qfthe Second Claesf 
Albert L. Smith, Wesley J. 
Wilkins, Gilman H. Clark— 8. 

Quest. 14. What Traveling Dea- 
cons ?iave been elected Bldere f 
Charles M. Howard, John P. 

Pillsbury, Robert T. Walcott— 8. 

Quest. 15. What Traveling Deo- 
cotie have been ordained Etderef 
Charles M. Howard, John P. 

PUlflbury, Robert T. Walcott— 8. 

Quest. 16. What Local Deacone 

have been elected Elders f 

None. 

Quest. 17. What Local Deacons 

have been ordained Elders f 

None. 

Quest. 18. WTio are the Supernu- 
merary Preachers i 
J. W. Adams, J. A. Steele, O. 
H. Jasper, J. F. Spaulding, J. T. 



Davis, Truman Carter, A. M. 
Learned, C. M. Dinamore, G. N. 
Bryant, H. B. Copp, E. P. F. 
Dearborn, Joseph Hayes, G. J. 
Judkins, L. W. Preeoott, A. C. 
Hardy, J. H. HUlman, 8. P. Heath, 
G. A. Luce, C. H. Leet, C. E. 
Rogers, E. L. House— 21. 

Quest. 19. Who are the Superan- 
nuated Preachers f 
John Currier, Daniel Lee, 
Reuben Dearborn, Samuel Beedle, 
James Thurston, Lewis Howard, 
Ruflis Tilton, C. H. Chase, G. W. 
H. Clark, William Hewes, James 
Pike, Joeiah Hooper, L. L. East- 
man, Lorenzo Draper, C. H. Smith, 
J. M.. Bean, J. H. Brown, Hennr 
Chandler, A. R. Lunt, W. H. 
Jones— 20. 

Quest. 20. Was the Character of 
each Preacher Examined f 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 

Quest. 21. Have any Died f 
I. H. McConnell. 
(See obituaiy, p. 108.) 

Quest. 22. Have any been Trans- 
ferred^ and to whai Conferences f 
Alex, McOregor, to North Da- 
kota; B, H, French^ to Minne- 
sota: (7. tA Chasej to Southern 
California; L. M.. Wood, to 
Louisiana ; Z. N, Beaudry, Char- 
lee Pirkhurst^ Juan C. Correa, 
Juan Villanueva, George G. Frog- 
gett, to New Enffland; Rob^ 
Weihmueller, to Central German 
Conference— 10. 

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QUBST. 88. Have any WUhdrawn. t 
Albert Twiohell. 

QUBST. 24. Hanf any been LoeaUd 

at their amnrtqutUf 

None. 

QiiiST.85. HamoMylmiLoeaX/edf 
None. 

QUBST. M. ffaveaitylmnpmnittsd 
to Withdraw undtr Oharg0$ or 
ComplaiHttf 

None. 

QUS9T. 87. HamanifbemXiqMBitdf 
None. 

Qunr. 88. Who otB mbetsd for 
THert of AppeaUf 
8. E. Qnimbj, D. C. Beboook, 
W. £. Bennett, H. A. Spencer, 
Otis Cole, P. M. Frost, D. £. 
Miller-T. 

QUKT. 89. What U the StoHtHeal 
BqMTtfor thii Oottfermtee yearf 
(See tsbulsted stutement, p. 881.) 

Quxsr. 80. Wkal u the Conftr^net 
Trmmrm*9 Rtporifor tMt Ocm- 
/tremo$ yearf 

Diidplinary answer not received. 

<^uwr. 81. What are the VUOnu 

OH the Co^fermee Fnndf 

i3,3i0. 

quMT. 88. Wha$ hat been Received 
on theee Ctainu^ a$id how hae it 
beenApfUedf 

$3,310, 

which hss been applied under or- 
der of the Conference. 

QuisT. 88. Mfhere are the Breaeh- 
ere Stationed f 

[Tb«e ippotntoieiits are all In the State 
of New HuBMblre* except ae other- 

CLABEMONT DISTBICT. 
O. W. NoRBis, P.E. 
(P. Oh OoDOord.) 
Amherst^ be supplied. 
Antrim, Thomas Whiteside. 
Briatol and Alexandria, Otit Cole, 
Brookline, to be supplied. 
Canaan and Canaan Street, C, E. 

Eaton, 
Chesterfield, to be supplied. 
Claremont and Cormsh, A. C, 

CouU. 
Contoooook and Webster, F. A. 

Tyler. 
EaBt Deering, to be supplied. 
East Lempster, to be supplied. 
Enfield and Enfield Center, G. H. 

Clark. 
Franklin Falls, />. J, Smith. 
Goffistown ana Goffiitown Center, 

Z, Jl DanfoHh. 
Grantham imd North Grantham, 

to be supplied. 
Henniker, to be supplied. 
Hillsborough Bridge and Hills- 
borough Center, Ifoble FUk. 
Hinsdale, WiUiamLove, 



Hudaon, 8, Q. KHogg, 
Keene, W, E, Bennett, 
Lebanon, O. iVl Dorr. 
Marlborough, J, W, Sean, 
Marlow, G, C, Noyee, 
Milford,A. W,L,Neleon. 
Nashua, J, 2. Armetrong, 
Newport, C. W, DoekriU, 
North Charleston and West Unity, 

G. H. Hardy. 
Peterborough, to be supplied. 
South Ackworthjto be supplied. 
Sunapee, R. T. Wolcott 
West Bindge and Fitswilliam, J, 

M.Bean, 
Wilmot, to be supplied. 
Winchester and Westport, M, T, 

OiOey, 

CONCORD DISTRICT. 

S. C. Knun, P.E. 

(P. 0., Ooooord.) 

Bethlehem, W. J. Wilkins. 

Chichester and Loudon, to be sup- 

Slied. 
ebrook, to be supplied. 

Concord : Baker Memorial, C, W, 
Bradlee, 
First Church, J. S. Bobdine, 

East Columbia and East Cole- 
brook, to be supplied. 

East HaverhiU, H, E, AtUn, 

Gilmanton, to oe supplied. 

Groveton and Stratford, J, H, 
Trow, 

HaverhiU, 0, W. BuexeU. 

Hookset and Bow, to be supplied. 

Jefferson, Jamet Crowley, 

Laconia, J, U. Hainee, 

Lake Village and Guilford, D, W, 
Downe^ one to be supplied. 

Lancaster, />. C, Babooek. 

Landaff, William Warren. 

Lisbon, J, L, FeU, 

Littleton, P. M, Froet, 

Lyman, to be supplied. 

Manchester : First Church, CUxud' 
iue Byrne, 
Saint James, Jf. B, V, Knox, 
Saint Jean, T, A, Dorion, 
Saint PauPs, J, M, Durrell, 

Melan, to be supplied. 

Monroe and North Monroe, E. C. 
Langford. 

Moultonborough and East Sand- 
wich, W. A. Loyne. 

North Haverhill, J, P, Frye, 

Penaoook, W. C, Bartlett, 

Piermont, to be supplied. 

Plymouth, Boeeoe Sandereon, 

Rumney and West Plymouth, to 
be supplied. 

Sandwich Center, J. H. Vincent. 

South Columbia, to be supplied. 

Stark, £. W. Eldridge. 

Suncook, W, H. Turkington, 

Swiflwater and Benton, to be sup- 
plied. 

Tilton and East Tilton, W, H, 
HuUUn, 

Warren, W. A. Mayo. 

Weirs, to be suppl^. 

West Thornton and Ellsworth, D. 
W. Bryant. 

Whitefield, 0, 8, Bof^orth, 

Woodsville, C, J, Fowler. 



D, C, KnowUe, President of New 
Hampshire Conference Seminary 
—member of Tilton Quarterly 
Conference. 

B, R, Wiltine, Chaphun of New 
Hampshire State Prison— mem- 
ber of Concord, First Church, 
Quarterly Conference. 

DOVER DISTRICT. 

C. U. DuNwiKo, P.E. 

(P. O..Lawreooe, Mafl.) 

Amesbury (liaaa.), Jamee Oatrne. 

Auburn and Chester, A. L. Smith. 

Deny, to be supplied. 

Derry Depot, Samt Luke's, C. W. 
Taylor, 

Dover: Saint John's, G. L, VoU- 
yer, 

Draout. to be supplied. 

East Kingston, to be supplied. 

East Rochester, WUUam Woode. 

Epping, E, B, FUrbine, 

Exeter, G, A, MoLaughUn. 

Fremont, to be supplied. 

Great Falls, J, A, Bowler, 

Greenland, MeUen Boward, 

Hampson, C. M. Howard. 

HaverhUl (Mass.): Grace, G. W. 
MUler, 
Wesley, V, 8, Kvtter, 

Kingston and Danville, J, H. 
Knott. 

Lawrence (Mass.) : Bodwell Street, 
WiUiiam Bameden, 
Garden Street, Thomae Tyrie, 
Haverhill Street, B, A, fencer, 

Londonderry, Irad Taggart. 

Lowell (Mass)., StdUvan BdUnan, 

Merrimacport (Mass.), to be sup- 
plied. 

Methuen (Mass.), /*. G. MeUor. 

MUton Mills, G. F. Durgin. 

MoultonvUle, /. J, Tihlntte. 

New Market, 8. E. Quimby, 

North Salem, to be supplied. 

Portsmouth : Trinity, O. 8, Bake- 
eel. 

Raymond and Candia, James De 
LeGro. 

Rochester, />. E, MUler, 

Salem: First Church, J, C, Lang* 
ford^ 
Pleasant Street, F, E. WhiUe, 

Salisbury (Mass.), </. D, Foleom, 

Sandown, to be supplied. 

Seabrook, F. H. Morgan. 

South New Market, B. 0. Camp- 
bell. 

Tuftonborough, to be supplied. 

West Hampstead and East Hamp- 
stead, to DC supplied. 

Wolfborouffh Junction, Brookfleld, 
East Wolfborough, and East 
Wakefield, to be supplied. 

Silveo S. Espindola, and Ramon 
Blanco, Missionanes in South 
America Mission. 

George H. Spencer and J. P. 
Pillsbury, left without appoint- 
ments to attend some one of our 
schools. 

QuBST. 84. Where ehaU the next 

Conference he hddf 

In Newport 



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NEW JERSEY CONFERENCE, 

Held in MUlTille, N. J., March 13.18, 18M. 



BISHOP GOODSELL, Presiding. 



GEO. B. WIGHT, Secretary. 



QuKST. 1. Who art SeeHvtd by 
Tranrfer^ and from what Oon- 
ferenoetf 

Albert B, Riehardsof^ from Wy- 
oming; Edward L. Allen, from 
Maine — 2. 

Qusar. 3. Who art Admitted on 
Triair 
John H. Ba(», Holmes F. Ora- 
vatt^erwinB. Fisher, John Allen, 
Jr., Wm. R. Wedderepoon, Joseph 
F. shaw, Benjamin C. Lippinoott, 
Jr., Henry F. Parker, May hew W. 
Davii4, Wm. S. Mitchell, Verona A. 
Lonear, Jas. A. Lumley, John W. 
Nicholson, Daniel Johnson— 14. 

QuwT. S. Who ItemaiH on Trialf 
Abraham L. Izzard, Wm. G. 
Moyor, James L. Howard, Mel- 
ville £. Snyder, George F. Ill- 
man, Yang Chung Uo — 6. 

QuxsT. 4. WkooToDieeonHnutdf 

None, 

QuBST. IT. Who are AdmUMtinio 
I^tU Oomteetionf 
Peter W. Bilderback, Georse H. 
Greenig, De Wilt C. Cobb, Henry 
S. Gasooygne, John A. Oakes, 
Chas. B. Ogden. Wm. Disbrow— 7. 

Qdkst 6. Who are B^-admittedf 

None. 

Quest. 7. Who are Received on 

CredenUaUfrtm other Churcheef^ 

None. 

QuxsT. 8. Whai Travdin^ Preach- 
ere have been elected Deacons f 
Henry Gasooygne, Charles B. 

Ogden— 2. 

QuxsT. 9. Whai Trwding Prtaeh- 
er% have beeti ordained Deacons f 
Henry Gascoygne, Charles B. 

Ogden— 2. 

Quest. 10. What Loofd Preachers 
/tave been eUeted Deacons f 
Mayhew W. Davis, Holmes F. 
Gravatt, Cannen B. Fisher, Joseph 
L. Surtoes, Kobert Jenkins, Joseph 
F. Shaw, David T. Harris, James 
Winder, Correll L. Howhind, 
Charles Bowden, Daniel Johnson, 
George L. Barker, George W. Ire- 
land, Lewis Shellhouse, Henry F. 
Parker, Steadman Applegate— 16. 

QussT. 11. Whai Local Preachers 
have been ordained Deacons i 
Mayhew W. Davis, Holmes F. 
Gravatt, Cannen B. Fisher, Robert 
Jenkins, David T. Harris, Correll 
L. Howland, Daniel Jolmson, 
George W. Ireland, Henry F. 



Parker, Joseph L. Surtees, Joseph 
F. Shaw, James Winder, Chanes 
Bowden, George L. Barker, Lewis 
Shellhouse, Steadman Ai^legate 
—16. 

Quest. 12. Who are the Travding 
Deacons of the First Class f 
Peter W. Bilderback, George H. 
Greenig, De Witt C. Cobb, Henry 
L. Gasooygne, John C. Oakes, 
Wm. Disbrow, Chas. B. Ogden— 7. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Traveling 
Deacons <tfthe Heeottd Cleusi 
James B. Dane, Samuel H. 
Hann, George P. Howard, An- 
tonio Guelfl. Kodolfo Gerber, Lino 
Abelado, Edward Mount— 7. 

Quest. 14. What Tt-aneling Dea- 
cons have been elected Stasrsf 
Sanford M. Nichols, James 
Bums, John B. Mason^ George 
H. Neal, Jr^ Thomas S. Ham- 
mond, John n, Whitten — 6. 

Quest. 16. What Travefitig Dea- 
cons have been ordaiued EULers t 
Sanford M. Nichols, Jamee 

Burns, John R. Mason, George H. 

Neal, Jr.^homas S. Hammond, 

John B. Whitten— 6. 

Quest. 16. What Local Deacons 

have been elected Elders^ 

None. 

QCBST. 17. What Local Deacons 

Juxve been ordained Elders f 

None. 

QUMT. 18. W?M> are the Supernu- 
merary Preachers / 
R. S. Harris, George Hitchins, 
William Franklin, Charles £. Hill, 
P. Y. Calder, W. C. Stockton, J. 
W. Hickman, Joseph GaskiU. J. T. 
Tucker, S. H. Asay, M. H. Shimn, 
J. I. Corson, Firman Bobbins, Al- 
bert Matthews, James Vansant, 
C. H. Whittaker, Joseph G. 
Crate, a R. Snyder, James F. 
Morrill. Richard Thome, J. B. 
Hewara, S. M. Hudson, Aaron £. 
Ballard, Socrates Townsend. £. 
a. Durell, Jacob T. Price, J. L. 
Souder— 27. 

QuBST. 19. Who are the Sttperan- 
nuated Preachers f 
James Caughev, H. B. Beegle, 
A. K. StroetTD. K Kidder, W. £. 
Perry, Jefferson Lewis — 6. 

QUSST. 20. Was the Character itf 
each Preacher Examined i 
This was (•trictly done, as the 
name of each Preodier was called 
in open Conference. 



QtTBST. 21. Have any Diedf 

Noah Edwards, Enoch Green, 
Lewis M. Atkinson, S. F. Wheel- 



(See obituaries, p. 27. ) 

QUBST. 22. Have any been 7^usn9^ 
fert^y and to what Conferences f 
C. M. Vansant, to Troy : iV. A. 
Macl^ichol^ to Newark— 2. ^ 

QuBST. 28. Have miy Withdrawn f 

None. 

QuwT. 24. Have any been Located 

at their own request f 

None. 

Quest. 25. Have any been Loeatod / 
None. 

Qusst. 26. Have any been vermitlod 
to Withdraw under Cnarges or 
Complaints f 

None. 

QUVST. 27. Haveany been Expelled f 
None. 

QUBST. 28. Who are seiected for 
Triers qf Appeals f 
S. F. GaskelL I. L. Roe, J. R. 
Thompson, W. P. C. Strickland, 
J. R. Westwood, B. C. Lippincott. 
J. H. Mickle-7. 

QUMT. 29. What is the Statistical 
jiqx>rl for this Cot\ference year t 
(See tabulated statement, p. 218.) 

QtTKST. 80. Whai is the Conference 
Treasurer's Rqtortfor this Con- 
ference year t 

•51,261 69. 

Quest. 81. Whal are the Claims 
oti the On^ference Fundi 

$7,500. 

Qubst. 82. What has been Rseeiived 
on these Claims^ and how has U 
beenApidiedf 

•T,730, 

which has been applied under or- 
der of the Conference. 

QuBST. 88. Where are the Pmeach" 
at Stationed f 

[These appolnttnentt are all lo the Stale 
of New Jersey J 

NEW BRUNSWICK DIST. 

Jambs Moobb, P.E. 

(P. 0.. Aabnry Park.) 

Asbqr^ Park. George C. Maddoek. 
Atlantic Highlands, Levi B, Ed^ 

wards, 
Belmar ^Ooean Beach) and Avon, 

John W, Morris. 
Bethesda, WillardN, Ogbom, 

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CiiBTille and Hannonj, Qeorge H. 

Greenig. 
Cranbury, Chariee F. Garrifon. 
£atonto wn and Tinton Falls, Wm, 

S, Mitehsa. 
Englkhtown, to be supplied. 
Parminffdale, Jotepk Jt, 8a»n, 
freehold, Daniel S, HarrU, 
Hamilton and Wall, J as. B. Dare. 
Hifffatatown, Luciun O, MamcKeder, 
louaystown, Sanford M. NiekoU, 
Jacksonville, to be supplied. 
Jaoobstown and Cookstown, Oto. 

W.JPine. 
Jamesburg, Bobtri M, Waptet, 
Keansburff. Henry 8. OaMOorgne. 
Ker^rt : Calrary, Samud £, Jhd, 

Saint John's, ,Mh J. Grow, 
XAkewood, Greenville, and Bethel, 

James L. Howard. 
Little Silver (Embury), Ptrqf Prr- 

inekiif, 
LonffBranch : First Church, WUUt 



Saint Luke's, Gtorgt Rted, 

Simpson, •/. Ward Gamble, 
^anasquan, JesH JL Tkompeon. 
Hanchester and Whitings, to be 

supplied. 
Hattawan and Morganville, Samuel 

C. Chattin, one to be supplied. 
31illtown, John Waga. 
Ifavesink, Wm, E. Blaekistan. 
Kew Brunswick: First Church, 
Wm. i> C, Strickland, 

Pitman, J, Morgan Bead, 

Sunt James, Joseph G. Seed, 
^ew S|nrpt, James £. Diverty. 
l^ewLuDon, to be supplied. 
North Long Branch, A, M, North, 
Ocean Grove : Saint Paul's, Henry 

BeUi^g, 
Ootanic, to be supplied. 
Ocean Park, Khoood H, Stotu, 

3(ayhew W . Davis. 
Ocean Port, John L, NeUon, 
Old Bridge and SpottBWOod, to be 

supplied. 
Point Pleasant and HerbertsviUe. 

John, U, Maaee, 
Pointville and Wrightstown, Ham- 
ilton 8,Morri$, 
Port Monmouth, Jame» Bwms, 
Bed Bank: Fliat Church, WUUam 
M. White, a E. Jm, sup. 

Grace, George 5. Sykes. 
SayerviUe, Mvin M. Lake. 
Seabright. Gideon F, Bishop, 
Seaside, Wm. B. Wedderspoon. 
SUverton and Cedar Grove, D. 

Clinton Cobb. 
South Amboy, Henrv J, Zdlev, 
South Biver (Washmgton) Wm. 

G. Moyer, 
Spring Lake, to be supplied. 
Tom's Biver, BobeH B, Stephen* 

soti. 
West Grove, Curwen B. Fisher. 
George Hughes^ Editor Guide to 

BoUnesi — member of Ocean 

Grove Quarterly Conference. 
Wm. B. Oebom, State Temperance 

Agent— member of Ocean Grove 

Quarterly Conference. 

TBENTON D18TBICT. 
J. B. Gbaw, P.E. 
(P. a« Beverly.) 
Allentown, Levi Lame, 
Bamevat, Wm,Margtrum, 



Bethel, Howard J, Conover, 
Beverly, Jamee Bogers. 
Bordentown : Fint Church, Jamse 
E,Lake. 

Trinity, Wm. T, Abbott, 
Bridge borough, MarehaU Owens, 
Burlmgton: Broad Street, Joseph 
L, Boe, 

Union Street, JbAii B. Wed- 
eoU, 
Cinnaminson, to be supplied. 
Columbus, to be supplied. 
Crosswicks and Elhsdale, Wm. E, 

Greenbank, 
Delanco, Holmes F. Gravatt. 
Fieldsborough, to be supplied. 
Florence. Joseph H, Bow, 
Forked Biver and Bavville (Good- 
luck), John A. OaKcs. 
Groveville and Piersonville, Daniel 

W, C, Mclntire. 
Hamilton Square. Edward Mount. 
Island Heights, John H. Baoe. 
Kingston and Bocky Hill, to be 

supplied. 
JiSmbertville, Wm. 8. Bamart, 
Lower Bank, Wilbur B, Nobles. 
Luniberton and Smithville, Mel- 
ville E. Snyder. 
Manahawkin and Cedar Bun, C. 

Rollin Smith. 
Medford. Edwin J, Lippinoott, 
Mount Holly, John H, Boswell. 
New Gretna, Thomas D, Sleeper. 
Palmyra, John U. Hutchinson. 
Pemberton, John F. Heilenman. 
Pennimrton, John B. Haines, 
Pennville, to be supplied. 
Princeton, Charles S. Lawrence, 
Bancocas and Masonville, to be 

supplied. 
Tabernacle and Indian Milla, to 

be supplied. 
Titus vi tie, to be supplied. 
Trenton : Broad Street, Joseph B. 

Willey, 

Central, Wm, P, Davis, 

Clinton Avenue (Simpson), G. 
S.MeseroU. 

Greene Street, George B, Wight. 

Hamilton Avenue, J. S. /mser. 

State Street, John Y. Dobbins. 

Trinity, 6\ Wesley Lake, 

Warren Street, Joseph F. 
Shaw. 

Wesley, Samuel F, Gaskill, 
Tuckertown, John F. Sechrist. 
Yinceoton, Gamer H. TuUis. 
Watertown. to be supplied. 
West Creek and Beach Haven, 

HerbeH M. Smith, 
Windsor and Sharon, TTiomas 8, 

Wilson. 
Woodsville, to be supplied. 

Thomas Hanlon, Principal Pen- 
nington Seminary — member of 
Poimington Quarterly Confer- 
ence. 

W, C. Bowen, Principal of Borden- 
town Female Colietre — member 
of First Church, Bordentown, 
Quarterly Conference. 

B, J, Andrews, editor of Methodiet 
^tfro^d— member of U nion Street, 
Burlington, Quarterly Confer- 
ence. 

Bobert Given, ChapUin United 
States Navy — member of Indian 
Mills Quarterly Conference. 



CAMDEN DI8TBICT. 
Milton Bxltsa, P.E. 
(P. 0.* Camden.) 
Abeecom, Jesse Stiles, 
Atco, to be supplied. 
Atlantic City : First Church, Jos, 
H. Hwran, 
Saint Paul's, S. 8, Weatherby. 
BerUn, Wm. A, Lilley, 
Blackwood, Dickerson Moore. 
Bridgeport and Asbury, J. Ward 

Clark, 
Camden: Bethany, Geoige F. Ill- 



Broadway, Edmund Hewitt, 
Centenary, A26eri B, Riehardeon. 
Eighth Stz«et, Henry N. Ohees- 

man, 
Kaighn Avenue, E. IMngston 

State Street, to be supplied. 
Tabernacle, J. Leander Sooy. 
Third Street, John B. Wettwood, 
C, H. Whittaker, J. W. Hick- 
man, J. F. Momll, sups. 
Trinity (Fillmore Street), Win- 
Jteld S Ludlow, 
Union, George C, Stanger. 
Wiley, Samuel H. Hann. 

Chew'8|.Landing« to be supplied. 

CUrksborough, Edmund C, Hulse. 

Collinflswood, AUi^ed Wagg. 

Cross Keys and Tumerville, JSi/ffftn 
Waters. 

Dudley, George H. Neal, Jr. 

Elwood and Pleasant Mills, to be 
supplied. 

English Creek, Verona A. Lonear. 

Ewan's Mills and Jefferson, to be 
supplied. 

Gloucester City, Joeeph B. Turpin. 

Haddonfleld, Nomar J, Wright. 

Hammonton, PhUip CUne. 

Hurffville, Joseph Garrison, 

Lin wood, ^^uo Chambers, 

Biantua and Bamsborough, Mor* 
deeai C. Stokes. 

Magnolia (Greenland), to be sup- 
plied. 

Marlton, to be supplied. 

May's Landing, Thomas C. Car- 
man. 

Merchantville. David H. Shock, 

Moorestown, 8, Monroe Vansant. 

Mullica Hill. John B, Mason, 

Paulsborough, Chas. W. Heisley. 

Pedricktown and Center Square, 
Edwin B. Brungate, 

Penn's Grove: Emanuel, T. C. 
Pirker. 
Saint Paul's, Wm. Mitchell. 

Pensauken, to be supplied. 

Pittman Grove, to be supplied. 

Port Bepublic and Smithville, 
Charles W, Livedey. 

Smith's Landing, Caleb K, Flem- 
ing, 

Swedesborough, William Walton^ 

Thoroughfare, John P, Connelly, 

Wenonah, Wilmer F. Herr. 

Williamstown, Henry M, Brown. 

Wilton and Sicklertown, to be sup- 
plied. 

Winslow and Elm, Benjamin C. 
Lippincott. Jr. 

Yfo(>(io\XTy,BeT\jaminC,Lippincott, 

Alexander Gilmore, Chaplain in 
the United States Army— mem- 
ber of Winslow Quarterly Con* 
ference. 
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NEW JERSEY CONFERENCE, 1890- 



W, W, MofftUy Difitrict Superin- 
tendent of Axnerioan Bible So- 
ciety—member of Third Street, 
Cftmden, Quarterly Conferonoe. 

BRIBGETON DISTRICT. 

GsoBOB L. DoBBors, P.£. 

(P O..Bridgetoii.) 

AUoway, Peter W. Bilderbadk. 
Auburn, Daniel Johnson. 
Bridnreton: Central, Jokti Eaind- 



Commeroe Street, ^Aer BtcwmL 

Fourth Church, Joki^ K WAU- 
ton. 

Trinity, G«>rff4 H, Ntal, 
Canton and Boadatown, William 

Disbrow. 
Cape May City, «AimM J2. Jfa^e. 
Cape May Court House, Jot^h Q, 

CedarvtUe, /of^A A, DiUu, 
Centerton, .SIJtffMM C. Sw^Md, 
Clayton, John S, Haider. 
Cold Sprinff, Xdwin F, Sherman, 
CumbM'lana, John W. Kickleson. 



Deerfield and Nazareth, LewU A, 

Mearmore, 
Dennisville and South Seaville, 

James A. Lumley, Jacob T. 

^rice^ sup. 
Dividing Cieek, Chas. B. Ogden. 
East Creek, Jamus 0. JL OorUt$. 
Elmer, Pennington Corson. 
Fairton, Siaehary T, Dtuian, 
Olassborough, Wm, 8. Zan£, 
Goshen and Diss Creek, John 

Warthman, 
Haley Tille,' to be supplied. 
Hanoook's Bridge, LewU y. Clark. 
Harmony, to be supplied. 
Harriiionville, ChaHe$ 8. MiiUr. 
Mala^ Henry F. Parker. 
Maurioetown, David Utewart. 
Millville: First Cburoh, JBukM 
CHoMoek. 

Seoond Church (Foundry), BHi 
Oxford. 

Trinity. Joeqah H. JiieJOe. 
Monroeville, Thomas 8. Mam- 

mond, 
Newport, Gtofve Q. 8en$er. 
Ocean City, Wm. A. Massey. 



PennsviUe, Oo^freu E. ffancoek. 
Pleasant Cnove, to be supplied. 
Port Eliabeth. A. Ledden Iszaid. 
Port Norris. Wm, J. Stuart, 
Qmxkton, Charles H. Elder. 
Salem : Broadway, Ananias Lamy- 
rendis, 

Fintt Church, Charlss F. Downs, 
Sea Isle City, to be supplied. 
Seaville, J<^ Allen, Jr. 
Sharotown, ^fM^mff /. Gregory, 
Soutn Yineland, to be supplied. 
Tuckahpe, Henry 0. Wiuiams, 
UuionviUoandffiohwood, Wm. B, 

Burley. 
Yineland, WiUiam A. Allen. 
Woodstown, Albert H. Merhardt, 
Yang Chung Ho, Biiasionary in 

China. 
G. P. Howard, Lino Abelado, Bo- 

dolfo Gerber, Antonio Guelff, 

Missionaries in South America. 

QuBST. 84. Where shaU tJke next 
Conference be held / 



In Greene Street, Trenton. 



SOUTH INDIA CONFERENCE, 

Held in Hyderabad, ladia, Janaary 30, 1890. 
BISHOP THOBURN, Presiding, G. K. GILDER, Secretary. 



QuBST. 1. Who are Meeeived by 
TrantfeTt and from what Con- 
Jertnoesf 
John H, SchiveU/, from North 

India; Ira A. jHeharde. from 

North Ohio-2. 

QUB8T. 2. Who are Admitted on 
Triair 
Oharlee G. Elsam, Richard Sor- 
by-2. 

QussT. 8. Who Remaim on DcUdf 
Gangadhar Bhaskar Kale. 

QussT. 4. Who are Disooniinusdf 

None. 

QuBST. 5. Who are AdndUsd into 

FuU Oonfteclioiif 

None. 

QUBST. 6. Who are Re-admitted f 

None. 

Quest. 7. Who are Received on 

Credentials from other Churches f 

None. 

Quest. 8. What Traveling Freaeh- 

ers have been decUd Deiwonsf 

None. 

QUB8T. 9. Whai Travelina Preach" 

ere have been ordained Deacons f 

None. 

Quest. 10. What Local Preachers 
> halve been elected Deo/QOHsf 



Quest. 11. What Local Pireacher% 

ham been ordained Deacons f 

None. 

Quest. 12. Who are the Traveling 

Deacons of the F^rst Class f 

Arthur W. Prautch. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Traveling 
Deacons qf the Second Class f 
Edwin F. Frease, Clayton E. 

Dehunater, George W. Isham— 8. 

Quest. 14. What Traveling Dear 

cons have been deeled Elders f 

None. 

Quest. 16. What Traveling Dea- 
cons have been ordained Elders f 
None. 

Quest. 16. What Local Deacons 

have been elected Elders f 

None. 

Quest. 17. What Local Deacons 

have been ordained Elders f 

None. 

Quest. 18. W7u> are the Supemu- 
tnerary Jh-eachersf 
Alonzo E. Winter. 

Quest. 19. Who are the Superan- 
nuated J^-eachers f 
None, 

Quest. 20. Was the ChoracUrof 
each Preax^kCT Examined f 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 



Quest. 21. Have any Died f 
None. 

Quest. 22. Haive mnybeen TVans^ 
/erred ^ attd to tehat Voi\ferenoesf 

Simon P. Jacobe^ to Kansas; 
George W. Isham, to North In- 
dia; Homer C. Stuntz, Antone 
DtUty and Jamee Lyon^ to Ben- 
gal — 5. 

Quest. 28. Have any Withdrawn t 
None. 

Quest. 24. Have any been Located 

at their own requestt 

None. 

Quest. 25. Have any been Located f^ 
None. 

Quest. 28. Have any beenpermUted 
to Withdraw vnder (jharges or 
Complaints f 

None. 

Quest. 27. HaveanybeenBTcpdledt 
None. 

Quest. 28. Who are selected for 
Triers of Appeals f 
D. 0. Fox, W. E. Bobbins, W^ 
H. Stephens, J. Lyon, A. H. Ba- 
ker, D. O. EmsoeiTjer, W. L.. 
Clarke— 7. 

Quest. 29. What is the Statisticat 
Report for this Conference year/ 
(See tabulated statement, p. 287.) 
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QmBBT. so. What ii ths Oonfertnee 
TrMturer's BqpoH/oriMi Ocm- 
ferenceftarf 
Biociplixuuy aiiBwer not reo^ved. 

QvsflT. 81. What are the CUtim$ 

on th$ Cattfermee Ftmdf 

R8.48#. 

QUWT. 8S. What hoM hemBeeeiMd 
en ihete Olakm^ and how hag it 
btmApiMf 

R8.480, 

which has been applied under or- 
der of the Conference. 

QuiflT. 88. Wh$re art the Breach- 

enStationedf 

[Tbeie awototmentB are all fat India.] 

BOMBAY DISTKICT. 

J. £. BoBorsoH, P.E. 

(P.O., .) 

BarodA, Edwin F. Frease. 
Bombay: Bowen Church, to be 
supplied. 



Bombay: Grant Boad and Mbo- 
ason English Circuit, J, H, 
Schiveljf. 
Guiarati Mission, Clayton E. 

Delamater. 
Marathi Mission, W. K Bobbim, 

Gungadhar Bhaskar Kale. 
Seamen^B Mission, to be sup- 

pUed. 
Umerkhadi, Arthur W. Prautch. 
totpuri, Charles G. Elsam. 
Kampti, IFw. H, Stephtna, Guya- 



Kanchi, Georae L Stone, 
Lanoli, Wm, W, Bruere. 
Nagpore, to be supplied. 
Poona: Bishop Taylor High 
SchooL /ra A. Rieharde, 

EngUsh Church, to be supplied. 

Marathi Mission, Daniel O, Fax, 

MADBA8 DISTRICT. 

Albxbt H. Bjuckb, P.E. 

(P. 0., .) 

Bangalore : Baldwin High Schools, 
Wm. H, HoUitUr, 



Bangalore : Richmond Town, John 
£.Buttriek, 
Saint John's Hill, Richard 
Sorby. 
Bellary, to be supplied. 
Gulbarffa, David 0. Emebererer, 
Hyderabad: Chadarghat, George 
K, Gilder, 
Hindustani Mission, to be sup- 
plied. 
Kopt>aI, Benjamin Petere, 
Madras: Black Town, Wm.F. G. 
Curtiee, 
Press and Telugu Mission, Jo" 

eeph H, Garden, 
Vepery, Wm, L, King, 
Raichore, to be supplied. 
Seeunderabad, mlliam E, L. 

Clarke, 
Tandur, to be supplied. 
Agent of Press, Abraham W, J?m- 
dieiU, 

QUWT. 84. Where ehaa (he next 
Conference be hddf 

In Bangalore. 



ITALY CONFERENCE, 

Held in BologM, Italy, April 23-38, 1800. 



BISHOP WARREN, Presiding. 



GAETANO CONTE, Secretary. 



Qunr. 1. Who are Beceieed by 
Trammer ^ and from what Oon- 

ferencmf 

Peter TidLteheff, from North 
India. 



QUMT. 



8. Who are 
Triatf 
E. G. Palamidoff. 



QUMT. 8. Who Bmnaki on Trial f 
Yittorio Bani, Gaultiero I. Fab- 
bri (1887)— 2. 

QuBST. 4. WhoareDiaoontinuedf 
None. 

QoiST. 6. Who are Admitted into 
FuU Confteetionf 
Aristide Frizziero, Peter Tiokte- 
hefF— 2. 

QUBST. 6. W?u> are Be-admittedF 

Mcodemo Nardi, 

Nora.— Nlcodemo NardI located at the 
It^ Confereoce of \%gl, 

QUBST. 7. Who are Beoeiced on 

Oredentialefixmi other Chvrehee f 

None. 

QUBST. 8. WJuU Trauelinff Breach- 
ere have been elected Deacons / 

Peter Tickteheff. 

QlTBBT. 9. What TraveliM Preach- 

ere Jiave been ordained Deacons f 

None. 

Quest. 10. What Local I¥eacher$ 

have been deeted Deacons/ 

None. 



QUB8T. 11. What Local Breadien 

have been ordained Deacons f 

None. 

QuBST. 12. Who are the Traveling 

Deacone of the First Class/ 

ArisUde Friz^ero. 

QuiBT. 18. Who are the Travding 

Deacons qfthe Second Class f 

None. 

QuvST. 14. What Travdinq Dea- 
cons have been deeted Elders f 
None. 

Nora,— Felice Dardi and OIoTaiml 
Pont. bsTinf been ordained elders, 
were passed to the Ust of effective 
elders. 

QUB8T. 15. What Travdina Dea- 

qons have been ordained Etderef 

None. 

Nora.— RafEMle Wlirter* Felice Dardl. 
Paolo Qa7. and OloTannl Pons were or- 
dained elders under the missionary rule 
Mays, Ift^K bat not bftlna so entered In 
the General Mlnntes of that yesr, oflSclal 
record Is hereby made of the fact. 

QuBST. 16. WhaJt Local Deacofis 

have been elected Elders f 

None. 

NoTs.— Arlstlde FrIssIero was elected 
elder under the missionary rule. 

QusBT. 17. What Local Deacotis 

have been ot-daUied Elder af 

None, 

Nora— Arlstlde Frisslero was ordained 
elder under the miaslonary rule. 

QuB8T. 18. Who are the Supernu- 
merary Preachers f 

None. 



QuiST. 19. Who art the Superan- 
nuated Preachers f 
Enrico Borelli, Daniele Gay— 2. 

QUSST. 20. Was the Character of 
each Preacher Examined t 
This was striotlj done, as \k» 
name of each Preaoher was called 
in open Conference. 

Quest. 21. Have any Died f 
None. 

QuBST. 22. Have any been TVano- 
ferredf and to what Conferences f 
Peter Tickteheff, to North India; 
K. G. Palamidoff, to Detroit— 2. 

Quest. 28. Have any WUhdraiont 
Enrioo Caporali, Carlo J. Gay^ 
Kaffaele Wigiey— 8. 

Quest. 24. Ha»e any been Located 

at their own request f 

None. 

Quest. 25. Haive any been Located t 
None. 

Quest. 26. Have any been permitted 
to Withdraw under (Jliarges or 
Complainte t 

None. 

Quest. 27. Ha»eanybeenEipell€dt 
None. 

QtTEST. 28. Who are sdected for 
Triers qf Appeals/ 
G. B. GattuBO, G. Pons, E. Bor- 
elli. F. Dordi, N. Nardi, C. Bam- 
bini,B. Bracchetto— 7. 

Quest. 29. What is the Statietical 
Report for this Cor\ference year/ 

(See tabulated statement, p. 286.) 

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ITALY CONFERENCE, 1890. 



i^UBST. 80. Whai is the Con/trence 
Treasurer' 9 Report for thu Con- 
ference Yearf 
Disciplinary answer not received. 

<2as8T. 81. W}uit are the dainu 

on the Vot^ference Fundf 

Not answered. 

•Quest. 82. Whai has been Seoeived 
on these Claims^ and how has it 
beeti Applied/ 

$306, 

from the Methodist Book Concern, 
which has been applied under 
order of the Conference. 

i^UKsr. 88. Where are the Dreach- 
ers Stationed/ 

CTbeie appointments are all lo Italy, ex- 
except aa otherwise indieatedj 

ITALY DISTRICT. 

Wm. Bubt, P.E. 

(P. 0.. SU Via OaTonr. Rome.) 

Adria and Papozze, to be sup- 
plied. 



Alessandria and San Marzano, 
Giovanni Ihns, 

Bari, to bo supplied. 

Boloirna, Bernardo BraocheUo. 

Canelli, to be supplied. 

Dovadola, to be supplied. 

Florence, to be supplied. 

Fogffia, CostanUno ToUis, 

Foru and Faenza, JEmilio Bo- 
relli. 

Geneva (Switzerland), to be sup- 
plied. 

Genoa, Giovanni B, OaUuso, 

Meltii and Yenoaa, to be sup- 

Slied. 
an, Felice Bardi, one to be 

supplied. 
Modena, Crisanmo Bambini, 
Naples, Pietro TagUalatela, 
Palermo, Oaetano Conie, 
Perugia, Aristide Frizziero. 
Pisa, Gualtiero I. Fabbri, 
Pontedora. J^lo Oay, 
Borne, Eduardo StoHo. Vittorio 

Bani. ' 

Temi, Domenico JblsinelU, 
Turin, Nicodemo Nardi. 



Venice and Meetre, Federico Oru* 
eiani, 

Vioenza and Arzignano, to be sap- 
plied. 

B, S. SUs4sknoU, Director and 
Teacher of Systematic Theology 
in the Theological School, Flor- 
ence. 

WiUiam Burl, Teacher of Pastoral 
Theology in the Theological 
School, Florence. 

E, E, Count, Teacher of English in 
the Theological Sohool, F&renoe. 

Qiaeomo i 
brew and Gr 
Theological i 

Vincen»o JSovt, Teacher of Chureh 
HistorY in the Theological 
School, Florence. 

WiUtmn BuH, Editor of Publico 
tions. 

QuBST. 84. Where shall Ma nal 

Coftferencebekeldf 

In Florenoe. 



INDIAN MISSION CONFERENCE, 

Held in Oklahoma City, Febroary 6-10, 1890. 



BISHOP NINDE, Presiding. 



D. J. M. WOOD, Secmat^ 



<iuMT. \. Who are Beeehed by 
Trantfer^ and from what Con- 
ferencesf 

E, F, HiU and A. (?. Murray, 
lh)m Kansas; J, W, Foz, from 
South Kansas ; WiUiam H. SulU- 
ifan, from Geoi^— 4. 

<JuE»T. 2. Who are AdmitUd on 
Trial f 
Elmer C. DelapUln, John W. 
Hubbard, Henry H. Martin, Mat- 
thew Campbell, Melvin P. Bums, 
Leslie A. Doane, Louis D. Holson- 
bake, James E. Roberts, Benjamin 
F. Cargay, Henry H. Cronk, Wiu- 
fleld S. Browning— 11. 

<Jdi8T. 8. WAo Remain on Trial/ 
George W. Mowbray, George 

E. Morrison, Smith G. Bundy 
8. 

<2us8T. 4. Who are Discontinued/ 
None. 

<2ux8T. 5. Who are Admitted into 

Full Connsi^ion/ 

None. 

QuEBt. 6. Who are Re-adinitted / 
None. 

OuKST. 7. Who are Received on 

Oredentialsfrom other Churches/ 

None. 

Quest. 8. What Traveling Preach- 

ers have been elected Beacons / 

None. 

QuKST. 9. Wlioi Travelina Preach" 

ers Jiave been ordained Beacons/ 

Nono. 



QoxsT. 10. Whai Local Preachers 

have been elected Beaeons/ 

None. 

QvxsT. 11. What Local Preaehtrs 

/have been ordained Deacons / 

None. 

QvxsT. 12;. Who are the Traveling 

Deacons qfthe JSlrsL Class/ 

None. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Traveling 

Deacons qfthe Second Class/ 

None. 

QusCT. 14. What Traveling Dea- 
cons have been elected Elders / 
None. 

Quest. 15. Whai TraveUno Dea- 
cons have been ordained Jslders/ 
None. 

Quest. 16. What Local Deacons 

have been elected Elders t 

None. 

Quest. 17. Whai Local Deacons 

have been ordained Elders / 

None. 

Quest. 18. Who are the Supernu- 
merary Preachers / 
B. J. M.Wood. 

Quest. 19. Who are the Superan- 
nuated Breachers/ 
None. 

Quest. 20. Was the Character of 
each Preacher Examined/ 
This was strictly done, as the 
name of each Preacher was called 
in open Conference. 



Quest. 21. Boh any Died/ 
None. 

Quest. 22. Move an^been 2Viiii»- 

f erred, and to what Oo^fereneen / 

None. 

Quest. 21. Betve any WUhdrmss^/ 
None. 

Quest. 24. Have any been Located 

at their own request/ 

None. 

Quest. 25. ffave anybeen^ Looatedf 
None. 

Quest. 28. Heme any beenpermUttd 
to Withdraw under (fkargee or 
Complaints/ 



Quest. 27. Have any been EepeUedi 
None. 

Quest. 28. Who are sOscted for 

Triers of Appeals/ 

None. 

Quest. 29. What is the Statistical 
Report for this Conference year/ 
(See tabulated statement, p. 285.) 

Quest. 80. Whai is the Conference 
Treasurer's Report for thu Con- 
ference year/ 
Disciplinary answer not reoeived. 

Quest. 81. What are the Claims 

on the Conference Fund/ 

Not answered. 

Quest. 82. Whai has been Received 
on these Claims, and how has U 
been Applied/ 

Not answered. 

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91 



<)UK8T. 88. Where ar$ the Prtaeh- 

en Stationed f 

B. C. SwABTC, Superintendent. 

(P.O.. .) 

Afton, W. S. Browninff. 

BertlesTiUe, to be sopplied. 

BJK Creek, N, F, Tipton^ two to 

be supplied. 
Broken Arrow, to be supplied. 
Cameron. J. if. WiMum, 
Cansy to be supplied. 
Cstooss, G. £. Morrison. 
Clarimore, John W, ^bx, 
Cowlimrton, to be supplied. 
IsUnd Pbrd, to be supplied. 
Pswhuska, to be supplied. 
Pawnee and Ponca, H. H. Cronk. 



Poteau, M. P. Bums. 

Puroell: First Church, S. G. Bundy. 

Second Church and Ardm<H^, 
Matthew CampbeU, one to be 
supplied. 
Salt Creek, to be supplied. 
Tahlequah, W. B, J^UUvim^ one to 

be supplied. 
Tulsa, G. W. Mowbray. 
> Wyandotte, to be supplied. 

OKLAHOMA COIJNTBy. 
Alfred, to be supplied. 
Crescent City, to be supplied, 
Edmond, L. A. Doane. 
El Reno, to be supplied. 
Frisco, J. £. Boberts. 



Guthrie : First Church, E. F, Bill. 

Second Church, to be supplied. 
Kingfisher. £. C. Delaplaiu. 
Laurie, to oe supplied. 
Lincoln, Henry U. Martin. 
Moore, to be supplied. 
Norman, B. F. Carvay. 
Oklahoma, A. O, Murray, 
Oklahoma Circuit, to be supplied. 
Beno City, to be supplied. 
Stillwater, J. W. Hubbard. 
Union Grove, L. D. Holsonbake, 

one to be supplied. 

QuxsT. 84. Where ehall the next 
Conferenee be held f 

In Guthrie. 



BULGARIA MISSION. 

BISCIPLINABY QUESTIONS AND APPOINTMENTS NOT RECEIVED. 
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Name. Oonfereiiee. ?»««. 

Adams, Silas E Delaware 101 

Akers, Joseph Benaon. Central Pennsylyaiiia. 117 

Allen, Samuel Texas 98 

Atkins, Daniel New England 104 

Atkinson, Kinsman. . . .Kew England. 104 

Atkinson, Lewis IL. . .New Jersey 97 

Austin, Harvey F Troy Ill 

Baldwin, David S South 'Kansas 116 

Bennett, Alexander 0. .South Kansas 116 

Bixby, William Wyoming 96 

Blinn, Christian East German 96 

Blood, Lorenzo W. . . .New England Southern lOS 

Bodfish, Asa Nye New England Southern 108 

Brittain, Alem Central Pennsylvania . 117 

Bullard, Andes T Vermont 106 

Callowav, Henry R.. . .Philadelphia 107 

Campbcdl, Murdock M .South Kansas 116 

Campbell, W. 6 Kansas 109 

Capeheart, H. B Africa. 119 

Caruthers, Richard A. . North-west Kansas ... 94 

Chipp, WiUiam M. . . .New York 98 

Coolidge, John Wesley . New England. 104 

Coryell Vincent M. . . .Wyoming 96 

Craig, Jesse F Troy Ill 

DeHass,Frank S New York 99 

Denison, Edward Wyomhig 94 

Draper, Gideon New York 98 

Dunn, Charles B East Maine 108 

Early, J. W Africa. 119 

Edwards, Noah New Jersey 97 

Ege, Oliver, Central Pennsylvania. 117 

Elsby, James J Savannah 119 

Fero, William D New York 98 

Ford,Abel Troy 112 

France, Joseph Baltimore 112 

Francis William H. . . Savannah 119 

Frazier, John R Little Rock 94 

Fulford, Daniel Northern New York. . 102 

Gamble, James Baltimore 118 

Gearhart, Franklin. . . .Central Pennslyvania. 118 

Graham, J. W Kansas 109 

Gray, Charles A Bengal 119 

Green, Enoch New Jersey 97 

Green, Nehemiah Kansas 109 

Haff,Elisha Button... Troy Ill 

Harris, Allen.... ...Texas 98 

Hitchcock, Harvey. . . .Vermont 106 

Howard, William B. . .Vermont 106 

Hughes, Levi B Philadelphia 108 

Hunt, Ward Wesley. . .Northern New York. . 102 

Kay, Robert .New York 99 

L&kin, A. S Missouri 118 

Lee, John W New England 105 

Lemon, Orange V North Indiana 110 

LeweUen, Alpheus J. .North Indiana 110 



Nsme. OoDferenoe. 

Lewis, George C Wyoming 96 

Lipscomb, Robert M... Baltimore 112 

Loza, Simon. Mexico 115 

Lybrand, George W... Philadelphia 107 

Magee,LeRoy Willis.. PhiladelphU 10ft 

Manson, Charles Northern New Yoric. • 102 

Marks, David L. New Yoric 9» 

Mason, Joseph. Philadelphia • 107 

McAnulty, John South Kansas 114 

McConnell, Israel H. . .Kew Hampshire 108 

McCoy, FrankL Boigal 119 

McDonald, Henry Little Bock 04 

McKinley, R Central Alabama..... 110 

Merrill, William Wilmmgton 04 

Mitchell, John Maine 110 

Morgan, Russell M. . . .Saint Louis 114 

Murphy, Theodore H. .East Maine 108 

Newell, Henry Jackson.Arkansas 1 IS 

Nickerson, Amos S. . . .Northern New York. . 102 
North, Charles R New York 99 

Oakley, Peter C New York 100 

Olin, William H Wyoming 95 

Patterson, Daniel L. . .Philadelphia 106 

Peirce, Bradford K. . . . Kew England. 104 

Pitts, Edgar. Central Missouri 115 

Pitts, Levi Wyoming 96 

Powell, Richard B. . . .North Indiana 110 

Prentice, Liberty. Kansas 109 

Ray, Perley Putnam.. .Vermont 105 

Reed,HenryW South Kansas 114 

Reid, Charles A Baltimore. 112 

Roberts, Robert R Texas 98 

Robinson, Reuben D. .North Indiana 110 

Sallaway, Arthur P.. . .Samt Louis 118 

Selleck, Alonio F New York 100 

Sheffield, A Central Alabama.. ... 119 

Slater, Silas Northern New York. . 103 

Smith, George W Texas 98 

Stevens, OnsviUe H. . .Maine 116 

Sweetman, James W. .New York 101 

Towsley, Xurry H Troy Ill 

Vancleve, Crook S. . . .Newark 101 

Vinton, Joseph Kew York East 101 



Walker, Eli SunderlandEast Maine 108 

Wetherbee, S. F Mame 116 

Wheeler, Samuel F. . . .New Jersey 97 

White, James Wofford. South Carolina 93 

WUkie, Walter New England 105 

Wilson, James T Central Pennsylvania. 118 

Williams, Daniel A . . . Mississippi 94 

Williams, Henry Washington 118 

Worden, Peter a Wyoming 96 

Wright, Pomeroy Northern New York. . 108 

Yocum, A. Duncan. . . .Central Pennsylvania. 116 



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Texas Conference. 

"Ranaer SL BoBum was bom in GUmer County, 
Tez^ May 7, 1851, and would have been thirty- 
eight yean old had he lived five days longer. Me 
had been in feeble health for several years. Not- 
withstanding bodily ai&iotion, he had gone to all his 
apptnntnuints and attended to his duties like a hero. 
He was converted when a boy fifteen years old, and 
lived a consistent Christian until his death, May 2, 
1889, at Texarkana^ Tex. He married a Miss 
Gre^ in 1871, who hved only three years after their 
marriage. He joined Texas Confereuoo in 1874. and 
was stationed at Palestine. There he organized our 
Church and built the first church, in which the 
Ifothodists worshiped until a more commodious one 
was built by Rev. Peter Morgan. He served that 
church two years. During Ids laift year there (1876) 
he married Mrs. Susie Alines, who survives him. 
His next appointment was Paris (1377), which he 
served one year. He was next appointed to Cooper, 
and remained there two years. From there he went 
to Clarksrille, and there the first year conducted a 
suooeesftil revival, which resulted in more than a 
hundred conversions. He served this chaige two 
jears~1880 and 1881. In 1882 he was sent to Mar- 
shall Circuit, that he might have a chance to attend 
Wiley University. He had a burning desire for a 
thorough education, and he deprived himself and 
fimiily of money and comforts for an education. In 
1888 he was stationed at Mount Vernon, Houston, 
where he succeeded grandly. His second and last 
Tear there was marked by a glorious revival, there 
being converted more than fifty souls, most of whom 
were men. In 1885 he was stationed at Brenham, 
but was immediately afterward changed by Bishop 
Htfris to Saint Paul, Galveston. He served that 
charge only one year, and was stationed next year 
(1886) at MftllaUeu Chapel. Marshall ; 1887 at Clarks- 
ville, and Texarkana in 1889. The Texas Confer- 
ence has sustained a heavy loss in the death of 
Brother Boberts. He was an able minister, beloved 
in his Conference and by his breUiren. 

AxLSK Hakkis, who fell asleep in Jesus at Soring, 
Hay 8, 1889j has been abundant in labors for Christ 
ana Methodism in southern and western Texas for 
a number of jears. On Friday, December 16, 1870, 
he was received into the Texas Conference, then 
comprising the entire State of Texas, and elected to 
deacon's orders, but was not at that Conlerence or- 
dained. The Texas Conference had been organized 
but three years when he was admitted as one of its 
honored members. His first appointment was Vic- 
toria. Subsequently ho served the following places : 
Indianola, Spring Circuit, Montgomery. Willii», Dan- 
ville, Sloan Street, Houston ; Spring Circuit again. 
He was a part of this time on the superannuates' list, 
but was willing to work, and did stand to hli post 
till death smote him down. As a minister, he was 
fidthftil to Christ ; as a Methodist, he was loyal to 
the polity and doctrines of the old Church of his 
choice. He was a kind father, a loving husband, a 
confiding firiendL a genial associate, and a beautiiul 

a)e of what a Christian man ought to be. He fell 
eep triumphing in the Christian fiuth. 

GsoBOB W. Smith was bom in Alexandria. Va., in 
1840. After growing up there under the old system 
till he was seventeen years old he was brought to 
Texas, and lived a number ofyears around San An- 
tonio, thenoe around Fort Worth, where he spent 
two years. He moved from here to Austin, Tex., 



where he met and wedded Miss Eveline Smith, Au- 
gust 4, 1861. It was during his sojourn at Austin 
that he was happily converted to God and joined 
Wesley Chapel, tnen and now the largest Methodist 
Episcopal church in Texas. He joined the first ses- 
sion 01 the West Texas Conference, at Austin, in 
1874. His first appointment was at San Antonio, 
next at Indianola, serving at the latter place two 
years, buildingnp and ^ving infiuence to our Meth- 
odism there. From this place he went to Lavaca, 
thence to Columbus, where he served the Church 
fiuthfully two vearn, adding to the Churoh many 
souls and building up the people in Christian truth. 
He was next stationed at La Grange, also serving this 
church two vears. At the close of his second year at 
La Granse ne was transferred to the Texas Confer- 
ence, and sutioned at the GaWeston West Taber- 
nacle Church, and during a term of two years he 
showed himself a minister that needeth not to be 
ashamed. He was next called to the responsible 
position of presidinjg elder on the Palestine District, 
where he proved himself a success, winning the love 
and esteem of all his brethren. After serving out 
his term of four years on this district, he was ap- 

g minted, in 1887, presiding elder of the Navasota 
Istrict, which he served very sucoessfblly until 
summoned suddenly, at Marshall, May 81, 1889, 
while visiting and encouraging the educational work 
at Wiley University. As a minister. Brother Smith 
was as a flame of fire. As a man, he was most care- 
ful, upright, and discreet — always on time, and doing 
what ought to be done at the proper time and place. 
As a fiktner, he was tender and aflTectionate. As a 
husband, he was faithful, true, and devoted to his 
wife. As a Christian, he was nappy, cheerful, full 
of sunshine, loyal to Christ and nis cause. As a 
Methodist, ho was ardent, zealous, and loyal to the 
standard of the old Church and its polity— always 
defending her when such was needed, and never 
failed to go to one of his appointments. He has 
gone to his reward. 

Samuel Allxn died at his home April 27, 1889, 
full of hope, and triumph of a blessed immortality. 
His services to the churches have been many. We 
have sustained in him a great loss. His wife also 
followed him to the land beyond, December 27, 1889, 
praising God for his perfbct salvation. 

South Carolina Conference. 

Jambs WorroBo Wnrra, the subject of this 
memoir, was bom at Lynchburg, Sumter County, 
S. C, October 20, 1856, and peaceftilly fell asleep 
in Jesus January 7, 1890, m the thirty-fourth 
year of his age. At an earlv age he embraced 
religion and united with the Methodist Episcopal 
Church. He was among the first students or Clanin 
University, which he attended for several scholastic 
years. From Claflin he went to the State University 
of South Carolina at Columbia, but was not graduatedf. 
He was in 1880 used as a supply at Torkville Sta- 
tion. In 1881 he was admitted on trial into the 
South Carolina Conference. Until his death he filled 
acceptably many of the best appointments in the 
Conference. In the pulpit and on the floor of the 
Conference his arguments were convincing, his elo- 
quence powerftil and logical, and he never failed to 
make the desired impressions and carry his points. 
Evenr church he served since his admission into the 
Conference was materially improved, more or less, as 
well as spiritually edified ana built up in the most 
holy fiuth. He was a reserve delegate to the General 
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Conference of 1888, which met in New Yorlc city. 
The closing houn of his life were filled with praises 
of Him whom lie had fitithfuUy preached for ten 
years. He raised his emaciated hand toward heaven 
and waved a salute, saying : ** Yes, Master Jesus, we 
are coming ! " Just before he expired he said, ** It is 
beautiHU before the sun goes down." He lies buried 
in Charleston, between the two churches he last 
served by appointment. 

Little Book Confbre&oe. 

John K. Fraziir was bom November 87, 1857 In 
Tipher County, Miss. He acquired a ]^artial edu- 
caUon at Rust University at Holly Spnngs. Was 
married to Miss Anna Suggs JanuarylS, 1 881. Came 
to Arkansas in the fall of 1882. Was converted at 
Conway, in Faulkner County, in 1888. Entered the 
ministnr In 1884. He served the following appoint- 
ments m the Little Rock Conference: Clarendon. 
8aulsbur||[. Forest City, Mariana. He was appointed 
to Batesville, but died before reaching his appoint- 
ment. Brother Frazier was a oonscientiouH and 
fiiithAil minister and died in peace. He leaves a wife 
and three diildren to mourn nls loss. 
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HKmrr MoDokald was admitted on trial in the 
Little Kock Conference in 1885 and served the fol- 
lowing appointments: Russelville, Atkins, Bates- 
ville Circuit, and Newport. He died in the triumph 
of faith at Arlington, Tenn., December 80, 1889, 
after a lingering illness. His last words were: 
** Tell the bishop and brethren of my Conference fare- 
well. 1 have finished my course and am crossing 
over." 

Mississippi Oonferenoe. 

Daktbl a. WiLLiAics was bom February 8, 1889. 
and was converted to Ood under the preaching of 
Rev. James A. GodfVy when a boy nine years of age, 
and united with the Methodist Episcopal Church. 
During the late war he moved North and joined the 
Union army, when the war ended he united with the 
A^can Methodist Episcopal Church and was sta- 
tioned at Omaha, Neb. From there he was sent to 
Chicago, and there he acted as book agent for his 
Chur^. On his return South he again united with 
the Methodist Epis cop al Chureh, the Church of his 
first love. Brother Williams joined the Mississippi 
Conference January 19. 1876, at Grenada, and was 
appointed to Clinton Circuit. He served as pastor 
at Grenada in 1877, 1878, 1879, and was very faithful 
and a successful pastor. He was appointed presiding 
elder over the Jackson District oy Bishop Harris, 
and served it faithfully for four years. He served 
upon the Okolona District for three year6. Bishop 
Merrill appointed him presiding elder upon the Yazoo 
City District At our last Annual Conference ses- 
sion, doubtless, he nor his brethren had any idea of 
his death so early, and that he would never gaze 
upon them again. But such proved to be the case, 
for he closed his eyes in death at Roseneath upon his 
district May 12, 1889, awav iVom wife and children. 
During his illness he spoke of heaven and eternal 
glory with assurance of his acceptance with God. 
The calling of his name on the first day of this Con- 
ference awakened no response, and it will be discon- 
tinued hereafter. 

Wilmington Conference. 

WiLUAic MxBBiLL was bom in Compton, N. H., 
May 11, 1814, and died in Upper Fairmouut, Md., 
October 28. 1889. Ho commenced preach'mg in the 
Philadelphia Conference in 1848, and served the fol- 
lowing cireuits and stations in the Philadelphia and 
Wilnungton Conferences: Milford, Dover, Bridge- 
ville, ^name«sex, Newtown, Berlin, Laurel, Aor 
comae. Willow Grove, Kent Island, Fairmount, 
Georgetown, East New Market. Milton. In 1871 he 
was appointed to the Chissloal lusUtute at Laurel, 



Del., and remained ^ere till 1878, when he became 
principal ot Fairmount Academy. In 1878 he took a^ 
supernumerary relation. From that time he taught 

Snvate scholars at his house in Upper Fairmount, 
[d. The ripe scholar, the excellent teacher, the 
clear and logical preacher has left us. On the still 
autumn morning, when '* God's finger touched him 
and he slept" the nei^borhood lost a pillar of 
strength ana the Church one of its warmest fnenda. 

North-west Kansas Con^re&oe. 

RiORARD Alvzakdkb Caruthbbs was bom in 
Armstrong County, Pa., Mareh n, 1819, and died in 
Bristow, Osborne Countv, Kan., May 27, 1889. By 
a singular providence ne was early attracted to 
Methodism, and in 1848 was soundly converted to 
God and united with the Methodist Episcopal 
Chureh. He was fkithfUl in his reljffious duties, 
developing a strong and earnest Christian life 
and character, and oy reading and study became 
thoroughly acquainted with the doctrines of Chris- 
tianity as taught in the Bible and standards of Meth- 
odism. In 1841 he married Miss Nancy Cooke who 
with five children survives him. July, 1848, he 
was received on trial in the Erie Conference and ap- 

Kinted to Ridgaway Mission, in Pennsylvantt. 
tring several succeeding years he traveled laiy^ 
cireuits over the mountains of western Pennsylvania, 
always bringing to Conference good reports of souls 
converted and Uie work of the Church advanced on 
all lines. During the next eight years he served aa 
presiding elder, first on the Clarion and then on the 
New Castle District After spending one year In 
Oil Citv Station, and four yeara as presiding elder 
on Freaonia District, he transferred m 1874 to the 
Kansas Conference. The first four yean of his work 
in Kansas was in the eastern part of the State ; one 
at Baldwin, one at North Lawrence, and two at Te- 
cumseh. in 1878 he was appointed to the charge of 
Kirwin District, and durinfi^ the next four years was 
in labore abunaant, oii^izing and supervising the 
work on his new and difiicult field, encouraging and 
inspiring his preachers^ going East at one time to 

Slcad for them in their poverty and want when 
rought and hot winds had cut o£r their supplies, and 
sending back money, food, and clothing that they 
might not be compelled to abandon tneir work. 
After this he served the Bristow chai^ two years, 
Osborne two years, and one year as agent of the 
Kansas Wesleyan University. This completed the 

{^ears of his effective labor. Three years a^ he re- 
uctantl^ asked for a superannuated relation, t^e 
most pamfiil act of his itinerant career. In Decem- 
ber, 1887, he contracted a severe cold in a revival 
meeting, which developed into hemorrhage of the 
lungs and cancer of the stomach. Gradually but 
surely he went down to death. He was patient and 
trustful during his lon^ illness, longing f^r his hour 
of departure, and exclaiming as he neared the end of 
the journey, ** I am almost home." Though not 
emotional or demonstrative in his religious exercises, 
he had a firm faith and a well-grounded hope of 
eternal life. He excelled as a preacher, not so much 
in elegant language or flights of oratory as in great 
truths clothed in plain, forceful English. He was a 
wise counselor, a firm friend, and luui the confidence 
of his brethren. Four times they elected him to 
represent them in the General Conference, and he 
was prominently associated with the Chautauqua 
movement in its incipiency. 

Wyoming Conference. 

Edward Denison was bom in East Haddam, 
Conn., October 28, 1804. In 1821 he was converted, 
and united with the Methodist Episcopal Church. 
August 17, 1826, he was married to Miss Louisa 
Ganiner. He was received on trial in the Oneida 
Conference August, 1888, and appointed junior 
preacher on Sharon Cireuit. He served the follow- 
ing charges: Otego Cireuit, Litchfield, Winfield, 

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Camgoharie, Brookfield, Ljoma and Plvmoiith, 
Sharon. On thia chai|^ by hard labor and expos- 
nre his health became impaired so that he was 
compelled to superannnate. This reladon he sos- 
tained to 1846, when he was appointed to Deoatur 
Char^, which he served two Veara. 1648 he was 
appointed to Otego Circuit. Here his health par- 
tiallr (ktled, bo that at the next Conference he was 
TOMoe a sapemmnerary. In this relation he served 
Oneonta and Portlandville two vean. In 1852 he 
was made effective and appointea to Otsego Circuit 
During the year he was aiitabled by sickness, and at 
the Conference of 1858 was aeain superannuated. In 
1 855 his relation Iras changed to supernumerary and 
he was appointed to Worcester Charge, which he served 
one year with much physical weakness. He was en- 
gaged for several years in the distribution of the 
Bible and other religious literature, and preaching 
in different churches as invited. He continued in 
this work till the next affliction came in the loss of 
his beloved wife, September 9, 1877. For about two 
yean his eyensight had been fUling, and while 
preadiing In one of the churches on Laurens Charge, 
to use Brother Denison's own words, ** The lignt 
ikded out of his eyes like the going down of the sun.'' 
He a^d the flrreMest trial connected with his afflic- 
tion was the rear that the Bible henceforth would be 
a sealed book unto him. As a wonderftil relief he 
tells us that one day^ while holding in bis hand his 
wife's Bible, and seeing but dimly the outlines of its 
pages, holding it dose to his eyes as if he might per- 
chinoe make out some words, the assuranoe of the 
Master to his disdples came to his memory, ** I wiU 
bring to your remembrance whatsoever I have 
spoken unto you." In 1870 he moved to Portland- 
ville, N. Y. At about three months after losing 
his eye-sight he preached at Jacksonyille, N. Y., bv 
request, and from that time at intervals supplied pul- 

Sits of his brethren, and in some instances con- 
acted protracted meetinga in outlying districts. 
As a preacher Brother Denlson was sound in theol- 
ogy and dear in statement. His sermons were 
models of penplcuity and strength, and the mental 
grasp by which he seised the salient points of the 
bcriptures rendered his sermons interesting, in- 
structive, and profitable. Brother Denisou's final 
attack by the hand of disease occurred May 8, and 
fieitally terminated May 8. 

PrrsB S. WoRDEK was bom in Smyrna. N. Y., 
3farch 27, 1817, and died in Binghamton, July 28, 
1889, aged seventy-two years. After being early 
scripturally and soundly converted it was also nat- 
ural that he should whisper to his mother what the 
Spirit had already whis^red to him as to his divine 
call to the Christian mmistry. !Neyer doubting it. 
she sorted into the saddle-biogs what she could ill 
spare, and blessed him as, by the early and usual 
mode of going, he rode on horseback m>m her door 
and began fifty years of valuable, honest, itinerant 
work. On his first charge he met a matured woman 
of aptness, piety. and sense, who later was his help- 
ful wife. For forty and seven years she aided him, 
as few women know how to hdp an itinerant 
preacher, and then halted in her weary way and 
went to reoeive her reward. After a becoming time 
he married a most worthy lady, Mrs. Boyce, who 
mourns his loss. The distmotive elementft of worth 
were many and marked in our brother whom we 
mention and mourn to-day. He was a gentleman ; 
and that is no mean acquirement He was a 
student. For fifty years he read the best things that 
the brainiest men on any side of any sea were writ- 
ing. He was a soul winner. Not physically mag- 
netic, yet steadily he drew irreligious men to him 
and led them into the kingdom of our Lord. He 
was a spiritual tutor. Amone the charges that he 
served were Waverly, Tunknannock, Court Street, 
Binghamton : and Page Brook twice each, Berkshire 
three times. Union, Carbondale, and several others. 
For several years he was superannuated, but it was 



always a pleasure to have him near, and we miss him 
now that ne is gone. 

WiLUAM H. Ohts was bom in the town of Laurens^ 
Otsego County, N. Y., January 5, 1821, and died at 
Dexter, Mich., September 16, 1889, while m ratUe to 
a reunion of his xindred at Qalesburg, in the same 
State. While his death was sudden and apparently 
painless the state of his health for nearly a year 
gave those more intimately associated with him oc- 
casion for anxiety. The writer visited him tbo 
week precedinsT his journey and found him resolute 
to undertake the same, but monifestl^r seriously un- 
well . As the plan of the quarterly visitation brought 
him to Oneonta the following Sunday it was sug- 
gested, in view of the precarious state of his health, 
and tlie long journey before him, and also in view of 
the extra labor involved in the spcdal sermon he 
was to deliver at the reunion, that he take the Sab- 
bath for rest and recuperation. ** Well," said he. 
•* we will see.* * When the Sabbath came he preached 
at Laurens in the moming, and in the evening at 
Oneonta a sermon that was a masterpiece of sacred 
oratory. It was a strikine coinoidenoe that his last 
two sermons were preached— the one at Laurens^ 
where he was bom, and the other at Oneonta, where 
he was converted and licensed to preach. He was 
licensed to preach, and joined the Oneida Confer- 
ence, in 1851. In 1858 he was ordained deacon by 
Bishop Simpson, and two years later elder l^ 
Bishop Ames. He soon became prominent and in- 
fluential. When the Oneida Conference ceased to 
be by the division of its territory into several Con- 
ferences the allotment made him a member of the 
Central New York Conference, in which he remained 
until 1869, when he was transferred to the Wyoming 
Conference and stationed at Centenary Church, 
Binghamton. For seventeen and a halt years he 
was in the presidin|^ eldership, and he was a mem- 
ber of the General Conference consecutively from 
1860 to 1888. He was for some time a member of 
the Book Committee and of the General Missionary 
Committee. Dr. Olin was a man of strong and im- 
pressive personality. Manliness was stamped upon 
his every feature. For sycophancv he had an utter 
loathing. With him it was morally impossible to 
** crook the pregnant hinges of the knee where thrift 
may follow fawning." It was this moral stalwart- 
ness that nive him such a continuous hold upon the 
Church. Men felt that they could trust him. This 
was the fundamental element of his power over 
others. If he had a special pre-eminence it was as 
an administrator. His mind was cost in the judicial 
mold. His administrative ability led some to infer 
that he derived this fk>m his legal training. No in- 
ference could be more untrue. A judidol mind is 
bom — not manufactured in a law ofilce. He pos- 
sessed the weighing and balancing faculty in a re- 
markable degree and had a deep and comprehensive 
mind. He was a thinker alert to the freshest 
thought of the day. He was a student. . He was on 
inquirer and a questioner. Positive in belief, he 
never assumed to be wine alx)ve what was written. 
He recognized the limitations of the human mind. 
Dr. Olin was twice married — in 1846 to Miss Emily 
A. Reed, of Oneonto, and February 4, 1857 to Miss 
Melissa £. Watkins, of the same place, who survives 
him. 

ViKoiNT M. CoBTXLL wos bom in the town of 
Tioga, N. Y., June, 1800, and died in Waverly, 
N. Y., November 5, 1889, being four mouths past 
eighty-nine years of Age, He was licensed to ex- 
hort oy John Griffin in 1825. and soon after received 
license to preach, and be^an nis work as an itinerant 
on the old Tiora Circuit. In 1828 he was received 
on trial in the old Genessee Conierenoe^hich at that 
time embraced in its territory the now Wyoming and 
the dear old Oneida Conferences. ** With the horso 
my father gave me, my clothes and books in my 
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happy in the Lord.*' was his manner of reference to 
those days. And for more than sixty yean his name 
has appeared in the Conference roll and been called 
annually. A look at the list of his ** appointments " 
makes manifest the honored place he filled in the 
Church and the valued service he rendered during 
the days of his effective relation to the Conference. 
Appointments and duties which at that early day 
were considered most important were committed to 
his ohai^. It was his exoeedinff comfort that, in re- 
ferring to his active ministry, ne was able to men- 
tion so many souls preciously saved and brought into 
the Church. He counted some three thousand con- 
verted. Twelve of the number became ministers, 
one of whom was Dr. Wm. Beddy. Every pastoral 
charge he served save one— Cooperstown — was vis- 
ited with a marked revival influence. He was forced 
by his own judgment to take a superannuated rela- 
tion in 1859, his heart throbbing with love for the 
work, but health and droumstances requirini^ a halt. 
His home during these years of superannuation was 
in Waverly, where the pastor and church received 
his heartiest co-operation and prayers. For some 
years his health was such that he was not able to 
visit the house of God. but the frequent visits of the 
^tor were anticipated and highly appreciated, and 
Church interests were the sole topic ot conversation. 
Of the giants of those early times Vincent M. Coryell 
was one. His religion was stalwart Dogmas and 
teachings of whatever sort that antagonised truth 
as he understood it, and interpreted by tne Methodist 
standards, were brought speedily to judgment by his 
logic and address. But his personal experience was 
pre-eminent He talked and walked with Ood. His 
soul flashed the light with which it was permeated. 
It could never be said of him truthflilly ** he pre- 
sented truth as though it were fiction." He found 
the illustrations of tlie Gospel he preached in his 
own soul. His last words and convenation were 
about Jesus and his love. 

William Bixbt was bom at Bainbridge, N. Y., in 
1814, and died December 20, 1889. He was convert- 
ed at seventeen, and immediately united with the 
Methodist Episcopal Church. Having a clear call 
to the ministry he determined to secure the best 
preparation possible, and so obtained a thorough 
academical education at Cazenovia Seminarv. In 
1837 he joined Oneida Conference, in which ne re- 
mained until the territory where he labored was 
thrown into the Wvoming Conference. His pastoral 
record, covering nfW-three years, is as follows: 
Chenango, Exeter, Otsego, Cooperstown, Homer, 
Oxford, Otsego, Hartwick, Cincinnatus, Ames, pre- 
siding elder of Chenango District, presiding elder of 
Cazenovia District, Itliaca, Skaneateles, presiding 
elder of Otsego District, presiding elder of Hones- 
dale District, Owego, Providence, Marathon, presid- 
ing elder of Binghamton District. Marathon, super- 
numerary, Gilbertaville, Wcbtville, Lanesborough, 
superannuation, Nanticoke. In November, 1888, 
af^r the death of Rev. D. C. Olmstead, he was ap- 
pointed to supplv Nanticoke until Conference, but 
such was his efficiency and rare acceptability that his 
return for the following year was unanimously re- 
quested by the church. Bishop Fobs, in making the 
appointment, said it was extraordinary to place a 
man seventy-five years old in charge of^a church re- 
quiring the services of a vigorous, active pastor, but 
in this case it seemed the proper and only thing to 
do, not merely to gratify the church so earnestly 
asking for him, but as an example and inspiration to 
the older men of the Conference. The results cer- 
tainly vindicated the wisdom of the appointment. 
Though presiding elder of five different districts, 
and twice a member of the General Conference, 
William Bixby will be longest remembered for his 
pulpit talents and genuine Christian manliness. On 
the fields where he labored forty years ago his name is 
still held in great veneration and affectionate memory. 
In 1841 he married Laura Stewart Starr, of Bristol, 



Pa., who bore him two sons, one of whom, Charles 
W., survives. After her death in 1888 he made his 
home with his sister, Mrs. L. Scott, of Bainbridge, 
N. Y., where, on December SO, in the fiill fkith of 
the Gospel, he died in holy triumph. 

GxoBfOB CHAPMAir Lxwis was bom October 10, 
1851, in Montrose, Pa., and died at his home in 
Bnuubrd, Pa., January 6, 1890. 3e was of Meth- 
odist parentagB, and was converted while attending 
school at Wyoming Seminary, Kingston, Pa., Janu- 
aiT 81, 1877, and united with the Methodist Episoo- 
pal Church, under the pastorate of Henry Wheeler, 
now of the Philadelphia Conference. Soon after he 
believed himself called to the Christian ministry and 
began to prepare himself for that work. After com- 
pleting his studies at Wyoming Senunair he par- 
sued a course of three years in Drew Theological 
Seminary, at Madison, N. J. In April, 1882, he en- 
tered the itinerancy in the Wyoming Conference, 
and was stationed at Pleasant Valley, remaining two 
yean, greatly strengthening the chaige. In 1884 he 
was appointed to t henampton Street stadon in the city 
of Smtnton, and served that chaige for three vean. 
Here he succeeded in building a parsonaffe ana pay- 
ing the debt on the church property. During Uiis 
pastorate his health so fkr failed that at the Confer- 
ence of 1887 he was obliged to give up the effective 
work of his holy calling. With a view to regaining 
strength for Aiture service he tried a change of 
climate and ever^ means within his reach, but all 
seemed of no avail ; his work waa done. During the 
five years of his active ministry Brother ^wis 
proved himself a valuable member of the Conference 
and an able and successful minister of the Lord 
Jesus. His labors were blest in winning souls to 
Christ and in building up the material interests of 
the Church. Brother Lewis was united in marriage 
with Misa Kate A. Flock, of Pleasant Valley, Pa., 
on June 13, 1884. 

Lxvi Prrrs was bom in Middlefleld, N. T.. June 
18, 1807, and died at his home in Binghamton, N. T., 
Februaiy 2, 1890, aged eighty-two years. January 
10, 1827, at Danby, N. T., he was married to Betsy 
Clock, and lovingly walked the path of life with her 
until February 21, 1888, when she died. In 1859, at 
Norwich, N. Y., he joined the Oneida Conference, 
and has served the following charges: Windsor, 
Greene, Broome, Lisle, Spencer. FlemingsviUe, Or- 
well, Page Brook, Osbom Hollow, South Danby, 
North Danby, Vestal, Union, Pwfe Brook, Van Et- 
tenville, Broome, Hawleyton, Osbom Hollow, Har- 
persville, Kirkwood. Page Brook, Broome, superan- 
nuated. Osbom Hollow, Union Cfenter. From 1875 
up to tne time of his death he lived in his own home, 
secured to him by careAil business habits and the 
frugality of earlier years. Brother Pitts was a man 
with marked characteristics, a ready wit, a strong 
wiil, and an unyielding devotion to what he con- 
ceived to be the right. With a clear Christian ex- 
perience, always satisfiictory to himself, it is not 
strange that he should become a great revivalist, and 
many will rise up to-day and call him blessed. He 
died in peace. 

East Gherman Conference. 

Chbistiah Bunk was bom September 15, 1828, in 
Winterbach, Bavaria, and died November 21, 1889, 
in Kansas City, Mo. At the age of seventeen he 
emigrated to this country. In IS49 he was united in 
marriage to Miss Henrietta Diehl, and in the same 
year, converted to God, joined with his young wife 
the German Methodist Episcopal Church in Wifiiama- 
burg, N. Y. For a few years ne was employed by the 
Brookljm Tract and Bible Society, then loinea the 
New York Conference in 1856. In tnis, and later in the 
East German Conference, he filled the following ap- 
pointments : Long Inland Circuit, N. Y. : Dunkirc, 
N. T. ; Rochester, N. T. ; Schenectady, N. Y. ; Box- 
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buiy, Mass. ; Fortieth Street, New York ; Seoond 
Street, New York. His health failiiiff he was ^^'anted 
« Bupemumerarj relation io 1869. Btill his interest 
in the work of the Lord was unabated, and while a 
supemomeraiT he took chaive from 1870-71 of the 
then Twelfth Street liission m the citj of New York ; 
from 1874-77 of Saint Faurs Church. Fiftv-flfth 
Street, New York ; and in 1878 of the Fori Mission 
in New York. For many years he was a trustee of 
the last-named mission: for three years he was a 
trustee of the Qerman Wallace College at Berea, O. 
In 1884 he was a member of the General Conference, 
which elected him to represent the thirteenth dis- 
trict in the General Conmiittee on Missions and 
Church Extension. Though not a member of the 
succeeding General Conference, he was re-eleoted to 
this committee in 1888. While attending this com- 
mittee in Kansas Citv he was stricken down and 
died, leavwg to his family and to the Church the 
unsullied memorr of an earuestj faithful, and loving 
husband, father, orother, and fnend. Brother Blinn 
was a clear thinker and a shrewd business man. He 
was a sucoessfVil j>astor. Atter giving up the active 
work in the ministry he had the ability of acquiring 
quite a fortune. He built of his own means the Ger- 
man Saint Paul's Church in New York and deeded it 
to the East German Conference. He also built and 
endowed the Blinn College at Brenham, Tex., and 
in view of his growing interest and financial ability 
these gifts were only promises of greater things. 

New Jersey Conference. 

Noah Eitwaiids was bom in Bamegat, N. J., July 
^, 1809. He was converted at a camp-meeting held 
at Goodluck. N. J., in 1828. He at once joined the 
Church and oecame ii zealous Christian. In 1889 he 
entered the New Jersey Conference. His appoint- 
ments were : New Egypt^ Lambertville, Toms Kiver, 
Swedesborough, Salem Circuit, Pitts Grove, Cumber 
land, Gloucester, Cape May, Black woodstown, Car- 
penter's Landing, Aoseoom^ Bothesda. Imlaystown, 
■Columbus, Newport, Unionville.Pedricktown, Center 
Square, Marlton, Bridgeborouffn, Hedding, and l)e- 
lanco. Many of these were large and hard fields, 
yet he was joyfuL Beligion was to him such a verity 
that he talked about it to every body familinrly, at- 
tractively, and magneticallv. He had a divine am- 
bition for saving souls^ ana succeeded. As a pastor 
he would leave the "nmety and nine" and ^ after 
the lost one, and usually brought it back with joy. 
He was married in 1882 to Miss Hannah J. Downs, 
who died in 1886. Subsequently he married Miss 
Phoebe A. Hartshorn, of New Egypt, who survives 
him. In 1879 he became supernumerary, and after- 
ward resided mostly in Haddonficld, where he la- 
bored as he was able, greatly lieloved. After a 
protracted illness, during the last days of which he 
was unconscious, he passed, May 29, 1889, to his 
home in heaven. 

Enoch Gbeen was bom In Clinton, N. J., October 
18, 1825. In 1847 he was sent by Presiding Elder I. 
N. Feldi as a supply on Vernon Circuit, and the 
next spring enterea the Conference and was appoint- 
ed to Stanhope. After four months he was changed 
to Barryville to fill a vacancy caused by the failing 
health of £. P. Cook. His alter appointments wore : 
Bockaway, Bloomingdale, Mount lloreb, Lambert- 
ville, Winslow and Waterford, Hightstown, Swedes- 
borough, Long Branch, Pemberton, Clayton, Broad 
Street, Burliziiton ; Woodstown, Woodbury, Bethel, 
Pennington, Gloucester City, Bridgeport, Cranbury, 
AUcntown, Sayerville, Jaoobstown ana Embunr, 
making over forty-one years in the effective work. 
By wine and varied reading he secured laige stores 
of knowledge on general subjects, and by consecutive 
habit of study he became a scholar of respectable 
attainments, and was especiallv proficient in Greek 
and well up in Hebrew. He dwelt largely on sub- 
jects that required deep thought and strong mental 
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grip. His work on the resurrection is among the 
best extant on the subject. He ranked high as a 
preacher, his sermons evincing a wide ran^ of clear 
and vigorous thought, of earnest and impressive 
delivery, and a studied efiTort to be adapted and 
I>ractical. They were generally acceptable, some- 
times made a profound mipression, ana were always 
instructive ana helpfhl to thoughtful people. Brother 
Green was married in 1860 to Martha A. Estelle, of 
Rockaway. Brother Green was long the victim of a 
terrible cnrspepeia, and finally decided to go to the 
new hospital in Brookljm for medical treatment. The 
dav before he went he preached twice in his home 
pulpit with unwonted vigor and good effect. He had 
strong hopes of being restored to health and to his 
chosen and loved work, but Providence ordered oth- 
erwise. After five weeks in the hospital he fell 
asleep in Jesus June 30, 1889. 

Samukl Febousov Whxelxb was bom in New 
York, November 17, 1826, where he lived until he 
entered the ministry of our Church. He was modest, 
not accepting dubious praise or place, but was wont 
to reply, " My record is on high." Brother Belyea, 
his presiding elder, declares that a man more honest 
and fhtnk never lived. J ust before his death he care- 
fully sorutinixed his affairs and finding a half-dollar 
debit, gave strict orders for its payment. He con- 
tributed liberally and raised thereby unusually lar^ 
collections annually in all his charges except this 
year, his sickness and death preventmg. He mar- 
ried May 27, 1852, Miss Kathiuine, daughter of Rev. 
John W. Dennison, of Trov Conference, who survives 
him. He was converted in his fifteenth year in the 
Willett Street Church, New York. He entered the 
New Jersey Conference in 1857 and faithfully 
and successfully served Bridgeport Circuit, Bass 
River Circuit, Winslow, Willow Grove, Alloways- 
town, Unionville, Bethesda, Washington, First 
Church, Long Branch; Absecon, Foundry Church, 
Millville; Woodstown, Pemberton, Keyport, Free- 
hold, Broad Street, Burlintrton ; North Long 
Branch, Glasborough, Walnut Street, Salem ; Cedar- 
ville and Paulsborough, making in all twenty-one 
charges throughout his ministry of thirty-one and 
a half years. **He was," says Sister Wheeler, 
*• a daily student of the Scriptures," and during the 
last ten years his memorandum in his Oxford Bible 
shows that he had read the Old Testament through 
twelve times, and the New Testament thirteen. His 
preaching was well arranged, plain and vigorously 
illustrated, direct, positive, commanding, and utterly 
destitute of compromise. His unusual number of 
converts attest his ability, zeal, and piet^. His sick- 
ness—typhoid fever— was short and painful, but he 
endured it ** as seeing Him who is invisible." Thus 
passed away, on Sabbath evening, August 11, 1889. 
a loving husband and father, a true Christian and 
minister of our Lord Jesus Christ. 

Lxwis M. Atxinsok was bom near Woodstown. 
N. J., March 7, 1845, and died in Penn's Grove April 
6. 1889, having lived forty-four years and twenty- 
eight days. In 1865 he entered Pennington Seminary 
as a student. In 1869 he was appointed by his pre- 
siding elder to supply what is now Indian Mills 
Church. In the following year he was appointed to 
Stockton Church, Camden. In 1871 he was admitted 
into the New Jersey Annual Conference and sta- 
tioned at Lumberton and Sancocas. In 1872-74 he 
was stationed at Lower Bank, where he had much 
success, adding over three hundred to the Church. 
In 1875 he was sent to Ocean Port. In 1876-78 he 
was stationed at Navesink. During the first year of 
his pastorate at this appointment he married Julia 
Lane, of Lower Bank, who has been an earnest 
Christian helpmate to her sainted husband in his 
ministerial labors, and who survives him. In 1879 
he was appointed to Milltown, where the Lord 
blessed his labors in the conversion of many souls. 
In 1882 he was appointed to Mantua. Here at the 
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close of hift nocond jeu his health wm so impaired 
that he was obliged to retire from the regular work 
and take a aupemumerary relation. In 1885 he again 
resumed the active work and was appointed to 
Bethesda Church, Turkey, where he had three very 
sucoeraftil years, adding over two hundred to the 
Church. In 1888 he was appointed to Emanuel 
Church, Penn*8 Qroye, and re-appointed in 1889. 
Here he met with the same success that had charac- 
terized his useful ministry, and by his genial and 
social dlBDOsition, his fervent and enthusiastio Chris- 
tian spirit, won the hearts of the people, gave new 
hopes and energies to the Church, and bound its 
members dose to God bv the tie of Christian love 
and veneration with whicn a shepherd leads his flock. 
The firxt Sabbath after Conference, although suffer- 
ing with a severe cold, he showea his indomitable 
wul and enthusiasm in his work by conducting the 
usual services in the church and Sabbath-school. 
During his sickness his sufferings were great, but his 
soul waa triumphant He waa conscious until near 
the last He was ready to die. While friends sang 
around his bed he satd, **Sing on; It is glorious." 
He raised his hand and shouted, ** I am coming." 
and turning to his friends he said, ** * I have fought 
a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept 
the fiuth,* " and gradually sank to rest in the anns of 
his Saviour. Brother Atkinson waa a good preacher, 
A faithful pastor, a devout Christian, a loving friend, 
and an untiring laborer in the Master's vineyard. 

New York Conference. 

WiLUAM M. Chipp was bom in the dty of New 
York, October 28, 1810, and died in Hudson. N. Y., 
September 28, 1889. He was converted in the great 
revival in Allen Street Methodist Episcopal Church, 
New York dty, in 1880. He was received on trial in 
the New York Conference June, 1882. His appoint- 
ments were : Marbletown Circuit New York Couf^ 
ence; Clifton Park, Troy Conference: Whitehall, 
Dalton, Mass. ; New Lebanon, and Fort Ann. While 
on the last-named charge he was married to Miss 
Buth McKean. He was then appointed to Chasy, 
Westport, Keeseville, Poultney and Hampton, Saint 
Albans, Waterbury and Stowe|Amsterdam, Saratoga 
Springs, West Troy, North Pittstown, Charlotte- 
viile, New York (Conference : Shrub Oaks, White 
Plains, Fiftieth Street, New York dty ; Monticello, 
Hudson, White Plains, Bondout, Katonah. Sheflleld, 
Maas.; Liberty, Athens, West Taghkanick, Saint 
John's, Hudson ; making complete and honorable 
recond of fifty yean in the eflfective work of the 
Christian ministry — ^twenty-one years in the Troy 
Conference and twent^r-nine yean in the New York 
Conference. In 1882 his relation was changed to su- 
perannuated. In the earlier part of his ministry , with 
many of his brethren, he wss familiar with samfices, 
and learned by experience what exhausting labor 
meant, yet hi& duties were cheerfully perrormed. 
Our deceased brother was an excellent pastor ; he de- 
lighted in that portion of his work. His sermons 
were spiritual, replete with instruction, carefully 
praparedj dothod in choice language, and impress- 
ively deUvored ; his services were in frequent request 
among other denominations, who to the last listened 
to him with edification and pleasure. His health had 
been £uling for a few yean : he was stricken with 
acute disease Friday, September 20, was not able to 
converse tnely, and was mosUy unconsdous until 
his death. A death-bed testimony fh>m htm waa not 
necessary. When asked in a ludd interval if it was 
Ught ahead^ he replied : " There is not one dark spot" 
He bore his suflerings patientiy, expressing in the 
strongest terms his complete resignation to the will of 
his heavenly Father. His life was without reproach, 
his death was without fear. The struffgle was soon 
ended, and he was not, for God had taxen him. 

Gmaoir Dbafu's death occurred on Sunday, De- 
cember 8, 1889, at the home of his son in Yokohama, 



Japan. The following abstract of an address dvliv^ 
ered on the occasion of his funeral, in Goucher Hall, 
Tokyo, by Bev. Julius So^r, will best say all that 
we could wish to have said about the man and hia 
last peaceftil momentu : ** While he breathed hia last 
on a * foreign shore,* he was surrounded by all thft 
memben of his own family. Dr. Gideon Draper 
was bom June 22, 1828, in Manchester, N. Y. Whilo 
in Beclin he heard an infidd lecture. Thia was the 
turning-point in his career. The words of the lect- 
urer so disgusted him that he resolved to serve hU 
father'a Qoou saying that if infidelity had nothing* 
better to offer than such blasphemy and vaporinga 
he would cast his lot with Christians. No aooner 
was Dr. Draper converted than he felt the call to 

I>reaoh the GoapeL He spent a year and a h^f 
onger in Europe studying theology. Ho extended 
his travels aa &r as Egypt, Abyssinia, and the Holj 
Land. He returned to New York in 1856. In May» 
1857, he mamed Charlotte P. Brown, who now sur- 
vives him, and Joined the New York Conference on 
trial on the aame day. Dr. Draper spent most of th* 
yean of his ministry in active work. One year he wa» 
professor in Genesee College. From 1872-74 he took 
a supernumerary relation and again visited Europe. 
During this visit he spent one year as pastor of tha 
American Church in Geneva, and for a while assisted 
in filling the pulpit of the Union Church in Berlin. 
In 1885 ne acted as pastor for a year in West Loudon. 
Disease seised upon him early in the fall of 1888. 
He spent six weeks in the Presbvterian Hospital, and 
was greatiy improved. The following winter he and 
his wife spent in Wsshington dty. He reached 
Yokohama the latter part ot October. He was bene- 
fited somewhat by the voyage, but his daya on earth 
were numbered. Fatal disease, * pernicious ansemia,* 
finally rdeased his spirit and gave rest to his suffer- 
ing b<xhr. Dr. Draper was a constant and regular 
writer for religious pa^en and msgadnes for years^ 
not only for those or his own but tor those of dster 
denominations. We now lay his mortal remains in 
the beautiful cemetery of Aovama, the * Green Hills * 
of Japan's great metropoiii«, but a short du^tance from 
our great educational center, the Anglo-Japancbe 
College." 

WiLUAM D. FxBo waa bom in CooMville, N. Y., 
August 2, 1828, and departed this U£» in the dty of 
New York, March 26, 1890. In I3i5 he waa united 
in marriage with Miss Sarah P. Smith, a young- 
woman of rare intellectual and moral worth, whoee 
infiuence and co-operation contributed largely to her 
husband's early ministerial success. In 1850 he waa 
converted and united with the Methodiat Episoopal 
Church. Some dghteon months after, the Church, 
satiafied that he was divinely called to the work or 
the gospd ministry, gave him license to preaoh and 
afterward recommended kim for admission to the 
Annual Conference. While preparing for this work 
he wss invited to the wardensnip of the Fergusonville 
Academy. Hia diligence, fidelity, piety, and sterling 
common sense eommeuded him to the confidence of 
the offlcera and faculty, and secured to him the 
esteem of all the students. It is doubtftil If any of 
his subsequent fidds of labor yidded laiger moral 
results. In 185$ he waa received on trial in the New- 
York Conference, and filled the following appoint- 
ments: Equinunk, Beaverkill, Hunter, Delhi. Andeft 



In ail these duu^ he made ** ftdl proof of his min- 
istry." BroiherTero waa thrice married. His fint 
wife has been mentioned^ The seoond waa Mias 
Lydia M. Ocrow ; the third waa Miss Almeda Fria- 
bM. Both of them were Christian women of real 
worth. One year ago Brother Fero came to Confer- 
ence bioken down in health. With great rductanoe 
he yielded to the judgment of hia warmest friends 
ana took a aupemumerary relation. We had hoped 
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able to again take his place in the effective ranka. 
Bi^ hia oonatitation, naturalljr delicate, was under- 
miiMd. and the serioua oomphcadons of his disease 
bid rliiliaiwiB to medical skill. During his last sick- 
nesB hia ftitil ^ his Redeemer was mishaken^ and 
hia mind's akv in» beautifolljr serene. Hia loved 
ones with willing hands ■unisteied to his comfort, 



followed him to life's last trntrn^ and there, unable to 
I which hidia Ha " ^mt beyond," 



ite the veil ^ 
him a final adieu. 



penetral 
bade hi] 



Feaitx S. Da Hasb was bom October 1, 1881. In 
1848 he was received on trial in the Pittsburg Con- 
ferNiee. His appointmenta were as follows: Leea- 
burg. Mnrraysville, Weston. Asent North-western 
Yiigmia Academv, Agent Alleffbenj College, North 
Street Mission, Wheeling; Weslej Chapel, Pitts- 
burg; Agent of the Metnodist Episcopal Tract So- 
dety and Pittsburg Female Colleffe, Ninth Ward 
Mission, Fittsburg; Agent for the Irish Conference 
Fund, transferred to New York £sst Conference and 
made Agent of the Conference Tract Society, Seventh 
StreetTNew York; Washington Streelt, Brooklyn; 
Pacific Street, Brooklyn; transferred to Baltimore 
Conference and psstor Metropolitan Church, Wash- 
ington; supernumerary, transferred to C^ncinoati 
Conference, back to New York East, made effective 
and transferred to New York Conference and sta- 
tioned at Lexington Avenue, New York; made 
supernumerary, which relation he sustained till his 
death. Under the presidency of Oeneral Grant he 
received the appointment of United States Consul at 
Jerusalem, which position he held for several years. 
Dr. De Hans possessed fine social oualities, made 
many ardent friends, and was neatly beloved by the 
members of the churches ana congregations which 
he served. He was a good preacher, and at times 
powerful and eloquent. The kst three years of his 
life lie suffered much from a cancer. Knowing the 
incurable and malignant nature of his disease, he 
wrote thus to a dear friend : ** I purchased this place" 
(al Martin's Ferry, near Wheeling, W. Ya.,) "as a 
home where I oould spend my declining years. W hat 
afaort-sighted mortals we are ! A higher Power has 
ordered that I should have no declining vears. My 
sun ffoee down at noonday, and the shadows of the 
tomb now dose me in on every hand. Yet there is 
light ahead, and thoush in the valley of the shadow of 
death 1 fear no evil, for thou, O Christ, art with me. 
We have no complaints to make, no wish of our own 
to express." October 26)last was the date of this letter. 
He lingered till December 8, when in the quiet of his 
own home, surrounded by loved ones, in peace and 
holy triumph he passed beyond the shadow of death 
into the eternal sunlight, aged sixty-nine years. 

BoBBBrr Kat was bom in Cheshire, England, Oc- 
tober 8, 1846, and died at Glasco, N. ¥., January 18, 
1890. In his infancy his parents came to New 1: ork, 
and soon after settled in Walden, N. Y. In April, 
1878, he was received into the New York Confer- 
ence and stationed at Lithgow. He afterward served 
Houaatonic and Stockbridge. Hartsville. West Stook- 
bridge and Richmond, Nortn Hiffhlanos, Lagiange- 
ville and North Clove, Verbank and Glasco. In 
most of these appointments his efforts were blessed 
in the conversion of souls, or the substantial growth 
of church interests. At West Stockbridge a fine 
parsonage attests his persevering work; while at 
Millbrook, on the Lamngeville Oharve, the church 
owee its origin to his Ubors. Brother Kay was united 
in marriage February 4, 1878, to Miss Almoda J. 
Cole, who survives him. At Glasco Brother Kay la- 
bored with his usual fidelity and dilijg;enoe until at- 
tacked by the prevailing influenza in the early winter. 
Beoovenng somewhat, though greatly weakened, he 
resumed his duties, but these, increa»ed by the de- 
manda of the holiday season, proved too heavy for 
him. On Sunday, January 5, against the remon- 
strances of friencfs, he preached impressively lh>m 
the text : ** WhatBoever thy hand finaeth to do, do it 



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with thy might ; for there is no work, nor device, nor 
knoweledge, nor wisdom, in the grave, whither thou 
goest." It was almost literally a voice fh>m the 
grave, for he went from the church to what proved 
to be nis death-bed. Pneumonia rapidly developed. 
Through all divine mce wonderfully suxtained him, 
and he gave repeated assurance of the precious near- 
ness of the Saviour. As a preacher he was plain, 
practical, and scriptural : as a pastor, careAilly watch- 
ing over his flock ; as a husband and father, all in all 
to nis household ; as a Christian, exemplary and de- 
voted ; as a man. spotless in character and consistent 
in conduct ; his life was a benediction, his memory 
is a treasure. 

Da.TXD Lambratoh Marks was bom in Burlington, 
Conn., March 10. 1816, and was translated September 
22, 1888. Brother Marks jomed the New York 
Conference on trial in 1889, and the same year 
married Bfaria 8. Sillette, and ever found in her, ac- 
cording to his own words after fifty yean, **a help- 
meet indeed." HissuooessiveappointmentB wereas 
follows: Colebrook, WhisorandSuffleld. Litchfield, 
Goshen, Conn.; South Canaan, Hillsdale, Hudson, 
Bedford Street, Cold Sprint, Peekakill, Kingston 
First Church; Presiding Elder of Monticello Dis- 
trict, Carmel and Drewville, New York City Mis- 
sions, Saint Paul's, Middletown; Tremont, Cold 
Spring, Dobbs Ferry, Molt Avenue, supernumerary. 
In making an estimate of any man the (question is 
not what he possesses, but what is he in his modes of 
thought, in nis emotional being, in the trend of his 
passion, in the temper of his mind, in the tenor of 
nis life I In the presence of this standard the char- 
acter of D. L. Marks does not suffer. His theolodcal 
belief was summarized in his notes of his own life, 
written only a few yean ago: **My only hope is in 
the Lord Jesus Christ as my personal and present 
Saviour. He is the only and aU-eufflcient Saviour, 
able to save unto the uttermost all that will come 
unto God by him." Holding these views, we may 
not be surprised that in all his preaching he was 
logical, eameat, practical, and constantly looking for 
immediate results. Careful and painstaking in all 
his preparation for the pulpit, holoing closely to the 
thought under consideration, all aglow with love for 
souIa, and appreciating the truth that each man will 
be either saved or damned, he was a power for good 
wherever he presented Chnst as a Saviour. Brother 
Marks was pre-eminently a revivalist. The result 
was that in the forty-eight yean of his active minis- 
try he received 4,856 persons into the Methodist 
Episcopal Church. Upon the whole, it may well be 
doubted whether any other member of this Confer- 
ence has led as many to Christ. Living daily in in- 
timate communion with God, and receiving from him 
abundant grace, he save out the incense of holy liv- 
ing among the peo^e with whom he labored. Bat 
the change was now approaching. He took a super- 
numerary relation in April, 1887, and on the 8tn of 
May, while preaching at Irvington, he was stricken 
down in the pulpit by paralysis. From this attack 
he rallied sufficiently to go about, but not to acain 
wield the old Damascus blade of truth. In July, 

1888, he buried his daughter Ella, and this plunged 
him into greal srief, but did not loosen his grip on 
the invisible. He attended the last Conference ses- 
siouj and in the love-feast gave what he said would 
be his last testimony for Chnst before the Conference. 
On the 22d of September he attended divine service 
at the church in Pobbs Ferry ; was present at and 

g renounced the benediction at the close of the Sab- 
ath-school in the afternoon ; sat resting in his easy- 
cbair while his companion was attending the service 
at the church, and when she returned, and touched 
him to awaken him from supposed slumber, she 
found that he had gone so silently that even those 
who were in the room with him knew it not. 

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cross the tnok at Mott Haven in flt>nt of a train 
ootning ftom the dty. was t^en ^m us. It was 
late in the evening, dark, and without a witness to 
tell us the exact partioulaiB. and the method of his 
death can only he sunnised. He was bom in Co- 
lumbus, Miss.. Au^rust 27, 1845. When but fourteen 
years of age ne was soundly converted and Joined 
the Church. Though bom in the South, yet he was 
brought to New York when an in&nL and New York 
was nis home for many years. He Joined the New 
York Conference in 1878, taking a very small ap- 
pointment with a meager salary. But he never fiiil- 
tered nor complained^ and did the work as cheerfully 
and well as though ne had the beet church in the 
Conference. His successive appointments were as 
follows: Mount Zion, Fishkill Village, Saint PauPs, 
Peekskill: Washington Street, Poiu^hkeepeie : Mat- 
teawan, Thirtieth Street. New York; Saint John's, 
Newburg; Eighteenth Street, New York. At the 
last Conference the New York Citv Church Ex- 
tension and Missionary Society desired to enlarge its 
work, to undertake new and broader plans, and 
needed a man specially qualified for its peculiar work. 
The board of managers naturally selected Charles R. 
North for the pkce, and he was appointed hy the 
bishop as the corresponding secretary of the society. 
He was married to Miss Annie M. Haii;ht, of Pleas- 
antville, N. Y., October 22, 1868. Araon^ the char- 
acteristics of the man most marked were lus splendid 
natural endowments of body and mind, that made 
him always and every- where the charming and culti- 
vated gentleman. W ith a warm and hearty greeting, 
easy and kindly manners, with a charm and purity 
of conversation, with transparent sincerity and truth- 
fulness of character, he was ardently loved by his 
friends and greatly respected by alL He was a man 
of strong convictions and positive friendships. He 
was a studious and painstaking worker, a carefVd 
reader of strong books ; he haa fine literary taste, 
and a clear, vigorous, literary style. He was abreast 
of all the great reformatory and philanthropic move- 
ments of the age, and was sure to be in the fh>nt 
ranks of proereas. He had the courage of his con- 
victions, an<r feared nothing but Goo. He was a 
loyal son of Methodism, and tried to build up every 
part of the Church. He was an excellent preacher. His 
style was instrucUve, thoughti\il, helpful. He was 
always anxious for con versions, and both by revivals 
and personal hand-to-hand work he was very success- 
ful in adding to the membership of his churches. 

PxTXR C. Oaxlxt, the oldest member of the New 
York Conference, died July 15, 1889, at the ripe age 
of eighty-nine years. When he was seventeen years 
old nis father died, leaving him apprentice in the 
then modest little printi^ estabuahment of his 
friends and neighbors, the Harpers. Young Oakley 
had no thought of preaching. But one day his pre- 
siding elder, in the peremptory &shion of the times, 
directed him to supply a vacant pulpit. He was filled 
with trepidation. ** But, trusting God," he used to 
say, ** I went, and, shutting my eyes that I might 
not see the people, I spoke as best I could." His 
words on that occasion must have had the true ring, 
for the following April the elder insisted upon his 
entering the rankis of the traveling ministry, though 
he had not yet been licensed to preach. Accordingly, 
in 1824, he was appointed to the Croton CireuiL con- 
sisting of twenty-tour preaching places, with Marvin 
Biohardson as his semor colleague. Hjs subsequent 
appointments included several of what were then the 
most important churches of our denomination. They 
were as follows: Granville, Pittsfield, Poultney, 
Middlebury,Charlotte andShelburn, Presiding Elder 
of Plattsburg District, Troy, North Second Street, 
Ithaca, Brooklyn, First Church ; Willett Street, New 
York: Stamford^ Hartford^ Saugerties, Agent of 
New York Colonization Society, Yorkville, Goshen, 
Presiding Elder of Bhinebeck District, Cold Spring, 
Ashford and Greenburg, North Newburg, Shrab 
Oaks, Sugar Loaf, Milton, superannuateoU While 



at Pittsfield Brother Oakley married Miss Maria 
Loomis, of Windsor, Conn. As a preacher Brother 
Oakley was elevated, chaste, and biblical, often man- 
ifestixig at the climax of his sermons the sight and 
passion of the seer. He would not be classed among 
the great revivalists, though his ministry was always 
attended with conversions and resulted in some gr»U 
revivals, notably at Hartford and at Goshen. His 
own religious life was bright and even. He was not 
excitable, but was deeply emotional. He spoke little 
of his inner life, for ne did not ei^oy selr-analyvis. 
His spirituality was all-pervasive, in thought, act, 
and conversation. He enjoyed God directly, and 
wasted little time in cootemplating his own deeds 
and fbelings. To those who knew our brother in his 
retirement at Milton-on-the-Hudson, he was the ideal 
of admirable old age. His body, straight, active, pure, 
was the fit bearer of his clear souL And his sweet 
voice and distinct, easy articulation gave him a won- 
derf ul power of expressing his thoughts and of im- 
pressing himself. The grace of his old-fitshioned 
courtliness was charming. His &culties were so well 
preserved as to give the impression of a man peren- 
nially young. 

AloxtsoFabbinoton Sxllxok was bom in the city 
of New York, January 4, 1806. Immediately after 
his conversion he united with the WiUett Street 
Church and entered upon a Christian life, which he 
pursued with fidelity, without wavering, to the end 
of his days. His heart was greatly exercised for the 
conversion of his parents and brothers and aisters. 
He went home on the first opportunity to make 
known to them what a wonderful change had taken 
place in his own feelings, and his intense desire that 
they should become the recipients of the same bless- 
ing. His parents very soon yielded to tlie son*s im- 
portunity, and not very long aifter some of his brothers 
and sisters were, through his instrumentality, brought 
to the knowledge of the truth. Soon after attaining 
his majority, l^vember 24, 1827, he was married to 
Miss Clara C. Seaman. He waa admitted to the New 
York Conference in 1884. For thirty years he sus- 
taincd an effective relation. He was appointed suc- 
cessively to Cortland, Bedford, New Miiford, Johns- 
ville, Amenia, PleasantviUo, Cortland again, J^lshkill 
West, Cold Spring, Catskill, Saufferties, Delhi, 
Coeymans, Durham, Coeymans Hollow, West 
Camp, and Asbury. These fields of labor called 
for very hard work, while they could promise only 
a very scanty support, and it is a fiact worthy of 
notice that during the whole thirty years of'^his 
ministry Brother Selleck never received more than 
four hundred dollars in any year. Brother Selleck 
embraced with his whole soul the theology of 
Wesley. He never grew weary of opinions be- 
cause they were old. Uis experience was very clear, 
and was so interwoven with the grand fundamental 
doctrines of the cross that he could not be otherwise 
than thoroughly ** rooted and grounded'' in the 
faith. In 1864 his nervous system was somewhat 
shaken by his exhaustive and continued labors^hich 
were a continual draft upon his vital force. He felt 
obliged to ask a superaumerary relation. For twelve 
vears he lived in a quiet home at West Camp, on the 
banks of the Hudson. They were years of great use- 
fulness. He had constant calls to supply churches 
and help pastors and attend funerals, while he was 
a general counselor and pacificator in the neighbor- 
hcwd where he lived. He removed to Brooklyn in 
1876, and there for thirteen years was in connection 
with the Summerfield Church. He was a Sunday- 
school teacher, a tract distributor, a missionary. He 
was greatly beloved ; he was very useful. The whole 
Church mourned when he was gone. During his last 
illness ne was a great aufferer nom weakness, but he 
bore his sickness with patience and calm resignation. 
When informed that nis end was near, though ex- 
tremely prostrated, he retained his composure and 
died a triumphant death. Thus this veteran, at the 
age ot eighty*four, passed away. 

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Jamxs W. SwnncAH was bora at Croton Falls, 
K. Y., June 17, 1859, and died in the city of New 
York, March 6, 1890. Hib means were limited and 
his difficulties gfreat, but his will and masterly coura^ 
were equal to every emergency. In 1880 he was em- 
ployed as a Bupply by the presiding elder on the Lith- 
gow Chaive. ujie next year he was admitted to the 
New York Conference. On March 27. 1888, he was 
married to Miss Frances E. Bell, of Walden. Brother 
Sweetman's appointments were as follows : Lithgnow, 
Lithgow and Millbrook, Carthage Landing, Tynng- 
hitm, Napanock, and West Fifty-sixth Street, New 
York city. He was a good and successful preacher, 
a fidthihl pastor, a symjpathiang Mend, and a true 
oompaidon. While at Carthage Landing he had a 
severe attack of hemorrha^, which entirely pros- 
trated him, and he was subject to hemorrhages dur- 
ing the renudning yenrs or his life. He sometimes 
would go into his pulpit an hour after an attack of 
bleeding andpreacn rather than disappoint his con- 
gregation. With the courage of a martyr he prose- 
cuted his work till within two weeks of his death. 
He was confined to his bed but two davs. Those 
with him in his last hours did not realize nis end was 
so near until he made the announcement himself. 
He said, ** 1 am ffoin«f home to glory." Then ex- 
horting those at nis oedside, saying, ^* Be faithful 
and meet me in heaven." Then turning to his sor- 
rowing wife he said: *^You have a work to do. 
Mine is finished. I shall be watching aud waiting 
for you.'* He then fell asleep in Jesus, and was no^ 
for God took him. 

Delaware Conference. 

Silas £. Adams was bom July 2, 1851, noar 
Preston, Md. He was converted to God about De- 
cember, 1871, and joined the Methodist Episcopal 
church at Preston, Md. He was licensed to preach 
1878, and was elected lay delegate fVom East New 
Market Charge to the Lay Electoral Conference at 
Cambridge, Md., in 1879. He was appointed to 
supply the Chinooteague Island Charge in 1880 by 
the late Kev. John H. Holland, then presiding eMer 
of the Salisbury District. He was admitted on trial 
into the Delaware Conference July, 1881, at Snow 
HUl, Md., and served with success the following 
chai^: Chinooteague, two years; Skipton, three 
years; Sassafras, two years; Fairlee, two years. 
At the Conferenoe session held at Chester. Pa., 
March 27, 1889, he was appointed for the third vear 
to the latter charge. Cheerful, loving, and kino, he 
sustained a high degree of Cnristian morality, and 
proved himself a fiuthful worker in the vinevard of 
the Lord. He was united in marriage with Miss 
Jane Jenkins, May, 1880. On June 27, 1889, at 
Fairlee, Md., he departed this life in fiill hope of 
eternal life, leaving a wife, three children, and four 
brothers to mourn their loss ; but their loss is his 
infinite gain. 

New York East Conference. 

JosxpB ViNTOK was bom in WilUnjgton, Conn., 
April 12, 1829, and died at his charge in Plainville, 
Conn., August 25. 1889, aged sixty years. He woa 
converted about tne age of thirteen. On April 13, 
1858, he was united in marriage to Miss Lavinia P. 
Merrill, of New I«ondon, who still survives him. 
He joined the New York East Conference in 1855, 
and filled sucoeMsively the following apoointmenta : 
West Brook, Deep River, Simsbury, Middlefield, 
Litchfield, Torrington, Westport, King Street, Strat- 
ford, WocKibury, Seymour, W indsor Locks, South- 
ington, and Plainville. During the last twenty-four 
years of his ministry he remained three years in each 
ch^^, and had entered upon the fourth year at 
Plainville, when the Master said, **It is enough, 
come up higher." Few Christian ministers so richly 
deserv^ the title that honors the apostle John as 
Joseph Vinton, and liis memory will be cherished in 



the New York East Conferenoe as the beloyed disd- 
ple. His singularly unselfish nature and surpassinjg 
cheerAilness made him a universal friend. His 
churches loved him^ the communities where he 
dwelt held him in highest esteem, to his brethren 
in the Conferenoe he was a brother greatly beloyed. 
His ministry was an eminent success : for though ho 
was neither a mat scholar nor a thmker, as those 
terms are usuaJIy understood, he was what is more : 
a laige-souled, wholesome, self-foi^tting. warm- 
hearted man ; a preacher of righteousness, who knew 
*^ the disease and the remedyj** and how to apply 
the remedy to human lives. During his third year 
in Plainville he succeeded in clearing the churcn of 
a debt of fourteen hundred dollars,greatly to the jov 
of his people. This was done without fkir or festival, 
and or all the subscriptions every one was fUlly paid, 
with the single exception of one for one dollar. It 
was a great day for tne little church when the notes 
were burned in the presence of the congregation. On 
Tuesday morning, August 20, Brother Vinton was 
suddenly stricken with paralysis. He instantly lost 
his consciousness, and remamed in that condition 
till Sunday morning, when he quietly and gently 
breathed his last. This was as he would have had 
it, for a frequent saying of his was that sudden death 
was sudden glory. Ue desired to ** cease at once to 
work and live.'' 

Newark Coziference. 

Crook Stbvxksov Yaitolbvi was bom in Woods- 
ville, N. J., December 80, 1814, and died in Pen- 
nington, near the place of his birth, March 8. 1890. 
For many years his name was a familiar one m the 
three Conferences to which he successively belonged, 
the Philadelphia, New Jersey, and Newark, espe- 
cially in the latter two, as an honored member of 
which he passed more than two thirds of his long 
natural life. In 1886 he was admitted on trial in the 
Philadelphia Conference, and appointed by the pre- 
siding bishop to Newton Circuit, thus fixmg his lot 
in the Aiture New Jersey Conference, the organiza- 
tion and first session of which occurred in April of 
the next year, with territory embracing the whole 
State of New Jersey and parts of New York and 
Pennsylvania. His connection with that Conference 
covered a period of twenty -one successive years, with 
the following appointments: Asbury, Flanders, 
Madison, where he first established Method iatpreach- 
ing in a hall offered by Mr. Henry Keep ; Slanders 
again, Springfield, where he extended his labors to 
South Orange, preaching in a private house, and 
forming a cmss of six persons ; Bloomficld, Mount 
Holly, Pemberton, Hope, Burlmgton, Front Street, 
Trenton ; Franklin Street, Newark : Halsey Street, 
Newark. By the formation of the Newark Confer- 
ence he became a member of that body, and his ap- 
gnntments were as follows : Morristown, Presiding 
Ider of Morristpwn District, Hackettetown, Pre- 
siding Elder of Newton District. Presiding Elder of 
Morristown District again, Market Street, Paterson, 
Port Jervis. At the close of this year he was trans- 
ferred to New Jersey Conferenoe, and thenceforward 
during six years occupied the following charges : 
Greene Street, Trenton; Commerce Street, Bridgoton, 
Saint Luke's, Long Branch. Then foi lowed his trans- 
fer back to Newark Conference, in the fellowship ot 
which he passed the last ten years of his effective 
ministry, his appointments being as follows : Mount 
Hermon, Belvidero, Sprin^eld again, Peapack, 
Dunellen, at the close of which year ne was granted, 
at his own request, a chan^ of relation from effective 
to supernumerary, this action bearing date of April 
8, 1886. Thus for fifty consecutive years this heroic 
man of God held on his steady way, a tried, true 
minister, of the "sacramental host of God's elect." 
In person he was tall, erect, and well proportioned, 
of light complexion, benevolent countenance, ana 
natural, easy, unpretentious manners. His mental 
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aim, waB quite above that of the average preacher of 
a half century ago, the fruit of diligent reading and 
Btudy accordinff to hiB opportunity. His preaohinff 
was of an excellent order ; not always condse, and 
not always eloquent, as this term is sometimes under- 
stood, but it was always thoughtful, earnest, and not 
uufrequently masterful and mighty. His sermons 
were well prepared at his study-table and on his 
knees, and were delivered with seriousness, direct- 
ness, and unction. In his pastoral work he waM dili- 
gent, cheerful, sympathetic, blendingffreat sociability 
with becoming dignity and piety. His election to 
the General Conference of 1868 was a well-deserved 
honor, coming to hiui spontaneously, without solici- 
tation by wora or act on his part, for to him practi- 
callv the devices of the politician were unknown. 
Following aiMioe this mark of confidence there came 
another in his appointment by the same Conference 
OS a member or the Book Committee. In April, 
1840« Brother Vancleve was married to Miss Sarah 
A. Bunn, of Pennin|i[ton, a lady well fitted to occupy 
the rcitponsible posiaou thus assigned her by Provi- 
dence. 

Northern New York Conference. 

Amos Sherwood Niokerson was bom in the 
town of Monroe, Conn., March 8, 1816, and died at 
his home in Bemhard*s Bay, N. Y., April 24, 1889. 
Ho was converted at the age of thirteen, and united 
with the Methodist Epittoopul Church. In his twen- 
ty-third year he was uniteil in marriage with Miss 
Mary Ann Thorp, who died Septembar 10. 1868. 
July 10. 1872. he married for his second wire Miss 
Mary Sneckell, of Clifton Springs, N. Y. Brother 
Nickenon was admitted to the traveling connection 
in the old Black Kiver Conference June 17, 1847 ; 
ordained deacon June 22, 1849. by Bishop Hedding, 
and eider July 6, 1851, by Bishop Janes. His suc- 
cessive appointments were as follows: Victory JHan- 
nibal, Huron Mission, Steuben, South Canton, rhili^ 
delphia, Alexandria, KeUfleld, Parish, North Bay 
ana West Vienna, Bandy Creek, Cicero. Nature 
had endowed Brother Nickerson with powers of 
mind quite above the average, and these he kept in 
active operation. His perce|>tionB were quick, and 
readily took hold of truth iu its great outlines. 
As a preacher he was scriptural, logical, and in- 
tensely in earnest, presenting strongly the great doc- 
trines of the Bible with singular attructiveiiess, oriff- 
inalityj and effect. Ab a conversationalist— as sudi 
the writer knew him better than as preacher— he was 
always interesting and instructive; his pleasant, 
cheerful disposition and uti&iliug good humor made 
him a favorite in all circles. His organization was 
nervous, and he did not favor himself when he had 
a cause to serve, and often worked when he should 
have rested. At the Conference held in Fulton in 
1866, on account of fulling health, induced by the 
almost constant care whicn he haa bestowed upon 
his greatly afflicted wife^ he was compelled to ask 
for a superannuated relation, which reUtion he held 
to the day of his death. His death was caused by 
neurali^ia of the heart He hud t>een in usual health, 
and, with his wife, had made arrangements to start 
the following morning for Dakota to visit his daugh- 
ter. He had packed his buggage and taken it to the 
depot. After eating supper he spent the evening 
pleasantlv visiting with mends who had called to 
Did him ** good-bye," and a little after nine o^clock 
retired to rest. At one o'clock he was attacked with 
severe pains in the chest, accompanied by vomiting, 
and, before any thing could be done for his relief, 
suddenly expired. 

Daioel FuuroRD was bom in Devonshire, £n- 
ffland, July 15, 1818. He came to this ooun^ with 
his parents, who found a home in the vicinitv of 
Chlttenango, N. Y. In June, 1866, he married Miss 
Clara A. Hamilton, who is now his widow. He was 
a hard-working local preacher for more than ten 



years before he ventured into the ranks of the itin 
erancy. He was admitted a probationer into the 
Black River Conference June, 1856. His consecra- 
tion to the work of the ministry was complete from 
the beginning. His devotion and loyalty were never 
Questioned. As a pastor he was diligent and ftath- 
fill. In the Sunday-school he was at home. In the 
pulpit he ahunned not to declare all the counsel of 
God. He was endowed with a talent for music, and 
this, too, he faithfiilly put into the service of the 
Master. A fter th irty-one yean of continuous service 
iu the Black River Conference, and its successor, the 
Northern New York Conference, he asked for a 
change of relation from effective to superannuated. 
This was oheerfhlly granted him. He removed with 
his wife to Sioux FiUls, S. Dak., expecting to spend 
the remainder of his days in that place. He did 
not cease to labor for the Church. He was found 
in the pulpit occasionally, often in the prayer and 
class meetings, and was useful every-where. Hie 
last illnetM gave him great suffering, but he endured 
it all with Christian patience and fortitude. He 
died May 28, 1869. 

Chablcs Manson was bom at Saint Armond, 
Lower Canada, September 15, 1818, and died at his 
home in Rome, N. Y., July 1, 1889, aged seventy 
vean. He was ordained deacon in 1847 by Bishop 
rhilander Smith, of the Canada Methodist Episcopiu 
Church, and admitted on trial in the Bay of^ Quinte 
Conference. In 1849 he was received into f^ili con- 
nection, aud in 1852 was elected and ordained an elder 
by Bishop Smith. His fields of Ubor in Canada 
were: Brockville and LeedH. Stormont Mission, Ma- 
tilda and Winchester, Cro«bv, Bon-ohere Mission, 
Ottawa City, Napanee, Hallowell, superannuated, 
made effective ana stationed at Odessa^ Ottawa Dis- 
trict, Winchester. His appointments in the United 
States wtrre : Brssher, Fort Covington and Bombay, 
North Potsdum, Evans Mills, transferred to Ne- 
braska Conference and stationed at Ashland, re- 
turned to the old Black River Confefence and sta- 
tioned at Saint Lawrence, Bombay, New Haven, 
Henderson, Lowell, to supernumerary. North Bay, 
New London, superannuated. 

Wabd Wkslxy Hunt was bom in Westmoreland, 
N. Y., February 9, 1817. and died in Adams, N. Y., 
September 7, 1889, aged seventy-two. He wus ad- 
mitted on trial in the Black River Conference 1848 ; 
received in full connection June 27, 1880; ordained 
deacon June 80, 1850, by Bishop Waugh; ordained 
elder June 87, 1852. by Bishop Morris. His ap- 
pointments were as follows : Brasher, Painelia Four 
Comers, Evans Mills, Copenhagen, Lowvillle, Car- 
thage, Arsenal Street, Watertown; Ganton. Theresa, 
supernumerary, Mannsville, Lorraine and Worth, 
snperouroerary, Moira, Oouvemeur, Pulaski, cliap- 
lain in Sing Sing Prison, supernumerary, superannu- 
ated. Served Henderson Charge a few months in 1848 
before joining the Conference. Served Henderson 
Charge again durinjg 1865, while in a supemumeraiy 
relation ; appointea and dulv commissioned as chap- 
lain of the Ninety-eighth New York Volunteers in 
1865, but by the fall of Richmond, a few days after, 
the regiment was saved from entering the actual 
service. Brother Hunt was an able expounder of 
the word of God. His mind took firm hold of the 
fundamentals oi the Christian religion; his heart 
clave to them. No church was wronffly indoctrin- 
ated by Brother Hunt's teaching. He knew the 
theology of his Church, and strongly defended it. 
and applied it to the experiences of nis hearers. At 
first he appeared to some not so fiivorable, but, like 
a rough diamond, he was appreciated when known. 
In pf^ral work he was most prodigious; as a 
worker, careful and wise. His charity was effective, 
because he carried a heart for the erring and unfort- 
unate. He knew the art of gathenng into ^e 
Church. This is the ministerud record of our 
brother in Clirbt. 

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PoMKBOT Wrioht was bom in Westfordj. N. Y., 
Febnuu-y 15, 1825, and died at his home in Trenton, 
^^ Y., November 24, 18S9. In 1845 he married Miaa 
Julia Beeve, of Newport, N. Y. Biz weeks later, 
alter a nisht and dav of almost constant praver by 
his faithfiu wife and himself, he was graciously and 
consdously converted. Very soon he united with 
the Methodist E^scopal Church, and in time became 
a class-leader. jSarly in his Christian experience he 
felt called to preach, but for some time resisted, to 
his own spiritual hurt In the spring of 1855 he 
was received on trial in the Black Kiver Conference. 
Two years later he was received into full membership 
and ordained, and until broken in health he faith- 
fully served tne Church under appointment, giving 
in all about twenty-flve years to etrootive work. Be- 
ginning on his home charge (Newport) his appoint- 
ments, excepting one term at West Turin^ were all 
within the oounds of Herkimer and Oneida Coun- 
ties, as follows: Schuyler, West Turin, Buesia, 
Brocketts and Stratforcl, Fairfield. Floyd, Trenton 
And Buasia, East Hamilton, but did not serve ; Cold 
Brook, Biarcy. South Trenton, Trenton. His char- 
acter and work were such as to oommend him most 
to those who knew him best. On several charges, 
by building new churches, or the improvement of 
old ones, he gave practical evidence of his good 
judgment and business ability. He was not at all 
bcnsational either in his methods of work or in the 
character of hb teaching. His puloit style was 
convenational, easy to himself and pleasant to his 
hearers. To his effort was due in lam measure the 
establishment of the Trenton Falls Camp-meeting 
enterprise. While in healtli Brother Wnght wus a 
man of fpnai physical vigor, and unusual powers of 
enduxance, but in the last years of his lire disease 
brought to him periods of great sufferinff. His 
courage and force of character enabled nim to 
keep up the struggle for life longer than most 
men would have done. Until the last he was 
l>Ie8sed with the presence and loving care of his 
<levoted wife. 

Silas Slatxr was bom at Pinokne^ Comers, N. Y., 
September 18, 1809, and departed this life December 
12« 1889. He was converted at eighteen, and at onoe 
iiuited with the Methodist EplBCond Church. Brother 
JS later was admitted to the Bkck Biver Conference 
August 7, 18^)8, and in full connection July 29. 1840. 
He was ordained deacon by Bishop Boberts August 



^, 184fil,and ordained elder oy Bishop Hedding July 
2A^ 1842. His first regular appointment was There- 
sa, in 1886. July 20^ 1889. he was united in mar- 
riage with Miss Muna Jsdell, who, for more than 
Jiau a <oentury^ shared with iiim the vicissltiides 
«f an itineranrs life, ills appointments were as 
follows: Theresai Sandy Oreck, Carthage, Copen- 
hagen, Ctpe Vincent, Henderson, Hammond, Gouv- 
«meuE, Summcrville and JSprague** Comers. Gouv- 
crneur again, Philadelphia, J^lar Point, Famelia, 
supernumerary, superannuated, Henderson^ super- 
annuated again, New Bremen, West Martinsbunr, 
auperannuated again, in which zelation he renuuned, 
residing ait Openliaffcn until his death. Father 
Whiter was a aelf-maae man in the strong sense of 
that phrase. This may aoouunt in part for his sue- 
•cessful ministry^ He died auddcnly at his home in 
KJopenhagen at the ripe age of eighty years, having 
walked across his joom wxtiiin a huur of his death. 
As a preacher he was above the average. His ser- 
mons comforted and instructed his hearers, and his 
neighbors who knew him best were always pleased 
when, in the absence of their pastor, he was asked 
to supply the pulpit. Perhaps he owed most ot his 
auocess m his ministry to hu pastoral work. Ho 
was a sueceeshU pastor. In grand results for God 
and the Church this is the greater g^tl of the two. 
The abiding work of the ministry is mostly done 
liere. He had a sympathetic nature, which brought 
him in contact with those whom God bids his min- 
isCcn* tu 4K>mfart. 



New England Southern Conf. 

LoRKNso W. Blood was bom in Mason, N. H., 
April 18. 1812. He was converted when seventeen 
years old. He joined the New England Conference 
on trial in 1889. In 1841. Conference having been 
divided and Brother Blooti's charge being in Staf- 
ford, he was received in full connection bv the Prov- 
idence Conference and ordained deaoon. June 18, by 
BishoD Hedding, by whom he was also ordained 
elder June 11, 1848. His Conference appointments 
and relations were as follows : South lladley. Staf- 
ford, Thompsonville, Eastford, Mystic, East Green- 
wich, supemumeranr. He resumed the effective re- 
Ution after a year of rest, and was stationed at South 
Glastonbury, Bockville, Haiardville, QuarryvUle, 
Colchester^ Danielsonville, Presiding Elder of New 
London District. The district wortL being too hiurd 
for him he left it at the end of two years and was 
stationed at Portland, Unoasville, North Grosvenor- 
dale, Norwich, North ; Warehouse Point, Bumsido. 
Windsorville, supernumerary again, but was retumed 
effective at the end of the year and appointed to 
Gurley ville, Staffordville, West Thompson, and Ver- 
sailles. In 1841 he took a superannuated relation, 
which he held until September 18, 1889, when he 
was called firom labor to reward. Brother Blood was 
married June 16, 1889, to Miss Eliaabeth Smith, 
who, aa his widow, in her old age is left to say, 
** Have pity upon me, have pity upon me, O ye my 
friends, for the hand of Ood hath touched me.'^ Our 
departed brother did not so much seek to please as 
to feed the flock over which the Holy Ghost made 
him an overseer with " troth and knowledge.'* He 
was, therefore, careful to get the exact meaning of 
the texts from which he preached. He used nis 
leaming— and he was more tlian an ordinarr scholar 
— to show himaelf ** approved unto God," ^* rightly 
dividing the word of troth." His sermons were 
thorougnly studied, systematically arranged, and his 
thoughts plainly presented, impressing intelligent 
hearerB that they were prepared oy one who was in- 
tent on the oonveniion of sinners, and building up 
the Church ** in righteousness and troe holiness." 
The last years of our brother's life were spent in 
comparative retirement, but by his kindly aid of the 
pastor ot the church where he resided, his testimonies 
in social meetings, his quiet demeanor and purity of 
character^ he was scarcely lees useful than in the 
days of his active pastorate. May it be ours to have 
as clean a record, as safe a paasport to the land of the 
blessed, and, having brought many to righteousness, 
** shine ss stars for ever and ever." 

Asa Nts Bodfish was bom in Barnstable, Mass., 
December 2, 1810. Although his educational priv- 
ile^-s were limited to the public schools of that 
period, he was a voracious reader, especiallv on re- 
ligious lines, and works relating to the doctrine, 
polity, history, and biographies of Methodbm. His 
memory was retentive and nis native mental endow- 
ments superior, and in the contestB of the village 
lyceum and other public assemblies he acquired 
habits of fluency and ease of address which after- 
ward served a good purpose on the greater arena of 
pulpit eloquence. During all these twenty years he 
was struggling with a conviction that it was iiis duty 
to enter the ministry. His lack of scholastic qualifi- 
cations, together with a native diffidence which was 
but partially overcome during his life, restrained 
him until domestic affliction and temporal reverses 
compelled him to yield, under the belief that tiiese 
were providentially sent to tum his thoughts fh>m 
earthly endearments to obedience of the divine call. 
At the scAsion of 1851 Brother Bodiish was admitted 
to this Conference as a probationer^ and the list of 
ap(>omtments shows that, considering the age at 
which he was admitted and lus lack of systematic 
education, he was a man of more than average ability 
as a preacher, and of more than ordinary suoooas as 
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ice, in 1888 he took a fiupemumary relation to the 
Confereuco, feeling that his public work was done. 
A few weeks before his death (says a friend), '* he 
visited Wareham, taking t«rt In the public services 
of the Sabbath and attending the prayer-meeting in 
the eveninff. His prayera were AiU of unction, and 
he seemed like one inspired. When he pronounced 
the benediction it was like a jpatriaroh leaving his 
parting blessing." After the Conference of 18§8 he 
took up his abode with his daughter at Mystic 
Bridge. The change of relation produced a mental 
de{>ression, and Brother Bodflsh, who was both 
social and reticent in his disposition, and whose 
habit it was to hide his grie£i and joys even from 
those whom he most loved, was observed to with- 
draw from public performances and withhold himself 
to a great decree from the assemblies even of his 
brethren. When the Conference of 1889 had ad- 
journed he took the opportunity to spend the early 
monthb of the year in visiting the flelas of his former 
labors, returning to Mystic Bridge in the early 
autumn, apparently stronger in health and more 
cheerfrd in spirit October 9 he was at the regular 
Wednesday evening pra ver-meeting. At the pastor's 
urgent invitation he took a seat with him, ana offered 
an appropriate and fervent prayer. No sooner was 
the way opened for speaking than he arose and stood 
during the singing of a stanza, after which he s{K>ke 
a few sentenoes easily and with unusual unction, 
then fiiltered, staggerecL and before asiiistance ooula 
reach him, fell over ana was dead, without a word, 
a motion, or a pulse-beat that could be observed. 
Brother Bodflsh was twice married; first to Mis8 
Lucy P. Richmond, who died August, 1&40: second, 
to Miss Elisabeth A. Nye, who luso died February 
18, 1888. 

New England Conference. 

BRADroRD KiNintY Peibox, D.D., was bom in 
Royalton, Vt, February 8, 1819, and died in New- 
ton, Mass., on Good Friday^ April 19, 1889, aged 
seventy years. He was niarned on the day of his 
graduation to Miss Harriet W. Thompf<on, of Mid- 
dletown, who survives him. In 1{^6 he joined 
the New England Conference, and remained a mem- 
ber till he was transferred to the Church triumphant. 
He was editor of the Sunday-Sehool Messenger and 
the SundaV'Schoa Teaehsr in Boston in 1844-45, and 
agent of tne Sunday-School Union in 1854-56. Dr. 
I^iroe was superintendent and chaplain of the State 
Industrial School at Lancaster, Mass., firom 1856 to 
1862, and chaplain of the flouHc of Betbge on Kan- 
dalPs Ishmd, N. Y., fh)m 1862 till 1872, and was 
then editor of Zion't Berald in Boston for sixteen 
years. At the time of his death he was a trustee and 
the financial agent of Boston University. He always 
manifested great interest in the young, devoting 
much time to their welfare and to lectures in their 
behalf. His was a life of never ceasing activity and 
useflilness, and his magnetic influence drew around 
him a large number of devoted friends. Dr. Peirce 
had excellent taste in the choice of hinguage, themes, 
and illustrations, and his conversation was always 
sparkling, chaste, and instructive, embracing a wide 
field of suDJects. He was a man of keen observation, 
and in his travels at home and abroad stored up a 
never-foiling treasury of useful material for all society 
and occasions. As a friend and pastor he was sym- 
pathetic, and always ready to nve counsel and extend 
assistance in various forms. As a preacher and lect- 
urer he was eloquent, fertile in imagination, and 
timely in appropriate quotations, frxx^uontly deeply 
movinff his hearers. His was eminently a cathohc 
spirit, by which he won the confidence and esteem 
of those of all creeds and parties, and scarcely any 
man in the Church of his choice was more widely 
known, or held in more sincere esteem. There was 
in Dr. Peirce a depth of piety, a devotion to his 
Churchj a zeal for every good word and work, which 
emphasized the words of the psalmist, " Mark the 



perfect man, and behold the upright: for the end of 
that man is peace." 

Dakikl Atkik 8 received his first appointment in 
the New England Conference in the spring of 1852, 
and for thirty-seven yean he sustained an effective 
relation to this body. During all this period he most 
cheerfully and fiutnfrilly performed the work of an 
itinerant minister. His call to the ministry came 
earlv in his Christian life. He did not enter the 
ministry fh>m choice, as one enters upon a merely 
professional or buHiness life, but the *^ woe is me if T 
preach not the gospel,'* found him at his business ; 
and fbeling that God had committed the work of the 
gospel ministiqr to him, he was not disobedient to the 
" heavenly vision." but began at once to call sinnera 
to repentance. Brother Atkins was a modest and 
retiring man, possessed of much natural dignity of 
character, clear in judgment, and always discreet in 
word and act He doli^fhted to preach ** not himself^ 
but Christ Jesus his Lwd." He was bom in Truro^ 
Mass., August 16, 1884. Died in East Templeton« 
Mass., June 8, 1889. He waa twice married. March 
19, 1848. he was married to Miss Caroline M. Thurs- 
ton, of Newport, R. L. and January 11, 1855, to Miaa 
Nancy J. Snuw, of Wales, Mass., who now mourns 
her loss. Hb home was thoroughly a Christian 
home. The divine Presence rested in this ** holy of 
holies.'* He died suddenly ; an illneas of a few days^ 
and he was gone. 

JoHX WxsLXT CoouDOB was bom in Leominster, 
Mass., November 8, 1882, and died of cancer in the 
stomach, in Hancock, N. H., October 18, 1889, aged 
sixty-six years. He was converted when about seven- 
teen years of age, during a series of revival meetings 
in Leominster. In 1850 he married Nancy Merriam, of 
Princeton. He was licensed to exhort in 1 852 , joined 
the New England Conference in 1855, and filled the 
following aopointments : West Brookfield, Fiskdale 
and Wales, XHorth Brookficld, Oakdule, Athol, super- 
annuated, Needham, Mendon, superannuating again. 
In 1871 he purchased a farm in Hancock, N. H.,. 
where he settled his family. He subsequently bought 
a saw and grist mill, and carried on quite an extensive 
business, preaching as health and opportunity per^ 
mitted^ maintuining always a consistent Christian 
and ministerial character. He was a plain^ pointed^ 
and interesting^ preacher, a faithful and diligent pas- 
tor, sympathetic in his ministrations to the sick and 
sorrowing, doing good to all as he had opportunity. 
When the Congr^ational church in Hancock paid 
him for long-rendered services in supplying tneir 
pulpit, he returned the money, telling them to use it. 
to pay other debts. 

Kinsman Atkinson was bora in Buxton. Me.,. 
October 16, 1807, and died in Cambridge, Mass., 
December 28^ 1889. Brother Atkinson prepared for 
college at Phillips Academy, Audovcr. lie entered 
Bowdoin College in 1881, and joined the junior dasa 
of Harvard in 1888, and was graduated in 1884. Sc^ 
fiu* as we can learn, he was held in hi^h esteem by 
his classmates in ooth the above instituiions. H& 
studied theology at Andover. It is a tribute to his 
energy and perseverance, as well as to his abilities^ 
that he paid his way through college and the semi- 
nary by teaching, and yet maintained his standing- 
in his clawics. Br. Leonard Woods, who was profes- 
sor in Andover while Brother Atkinson studied in. 
that institution^ paid him this high tribute : ** Kins- 
man Atkinson is a young man of refined feelings,, 
ardent piety, and the best scholar in his class." In 
June^839, Brother Atkinson was united in marriage 
with Dorothy Myric Woods. Brother Atkinson waa 
ordained a Congregational minister in 1888, and 
for five years he served churches of that denomina- 
tion in Mendon and Washin^a, in thb State. Not 
fully agreeing with the doctrinas then, taught by the 
Congregational ists^ he withdrew fiiom them and 
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with the New England Conference in 184d. and re- 
odved the following appointmenU : Belonertown, 
Winchendon, Princeton, Weston, Farnumsville, 
Topeiield, Dedham, Baire, Ludlow and Jenkaville, 
Habbardaton, Qoincy Point. From 1858 to 1860 he 
had a anpemamerary relation, and since 1861 he has 
been a sopeimnnuate. When he located he chose 
Cambridge as his home, in order to afford his chil- 
dren the superior educational advantages of that city. 
During his residence in Cambridge he served one year 
as chaplain of the dty almKnouse, supplied the 
<^urohe8 in Northville and Wobum, and preached 
oocaaionallj in other places. 

Waltem Whjux calmly fell asleep in Je>«UB on the 
morning of March 10, 1890, at " Pilgrim's Kest,*' his 
pleasant home in Wmthrop, Mass., iti the seventv- 
seventh year of his age. He was bom in Norwich, 
Conn. , April 6, 1818. At the age of eighteen he was 
soundly converted. He joined the ^cw England 
Conference on trial in 1887, and became a member in 
full at tlie Conference in Lynn, 1889, after an exami- 
nation, he says, of ** nine hours a day for three days." 
For twenty^hree Tears he was a minister in the 
Wenieyan Connection. In 1886 he took a super- 
numerary, A<>d in 1889 a supemnnuated, relation. 
Brother Wilkie was married three times. To Caro- 
line Warner in May, 1886; to Laura White. April, 
1854 ; and to Eliza A. Buffiim in February, 1 868. A 
widow and two sons remain to mourn their loss. 
Brother Wilkie was a plain, earnest, convincing 

Sreacher of the old style. His sermons were never 
ull, but often sparkled with wiL illustration, and 
anecdote. He had the courage of his convictions. 
When discussion on the slavery question ran high in 
the country and in the Church, he united hiint«elf 
with the most aggressive. Hence his union with the 
Wesleyan movement in the so-called Orange Bcott 
secession in 1844. It was also the same courage that 
brought him to the old Church again when the nlavcry 

auestion was setUed. His last day upon earth was 
ae Lord's day. He was in his accustomed pbce in 
the church, as cheerful and happy as usual, and took 
great interest in the morning service. Ho was present 
also in the evening prayer-meeting, gave an earnest 
testimony, and offered a fervent pra^-er. He retired 
at ten o'clock, saying to his companion, *' I have en- 
joyed the dav unusually welL" He awoke at four 
in the morning to say that he had had ^* a good 
night's sleep," and then dropped to sleep again, and 
when he awoke it was not here. ^ He was not, for 
God took hun." 

JoHx W. Lex was bom in Tiverton, England, 
March 24, 1819, and died at his home in Wakefield, 
Mass.. March 18, 1890. in theseveutv-flrst year of his 
age. He was con verted in early manhood in Enjgland, 
and united with the Methodist Church. He was 
married to Miss Ellen Griffiths, in England, in 1848. 
Brother Lee. with his wife and oldest child, came to 
the United States in 1852, landing in Boston. In a 
short time he entered the itinerancy (having been 
licensed topreach in England), became a member of 
the New England Conference in 1854, and was or- 
dained by Bisnop Simpson. His fields of labor were 
Sudbury, Sutton, Blandford, Chicopee Falls, Pelham. 
and Buckland before the cinl war, and Enfield and 
East Longmeadow after the war had ended. While 
ifierving the church at East Longmeadow President 
Grant appointed him inspector at the custom-house, 
Boston. At the following session of this Conference 
he was g^ranted a supemumernry relation, which he 
held until his death. Brother Lee was greatly loved 
by the other officials in the custom-house. A me- 
morial meeting was held in room 269, resolutions of 
sympathy and esteem were adopted, several eloquent 
eulogies were pronounced, and a unanimous vote to 
attend the fUneral servfoes in a body was parsed and 
carried out Wherever Brother Lee has lived he has 
been true to the Church he loved. He camo to 
Wakefield eight years ago, and has been always 



deeply interested in the wel&re of the church. He 
gave liberally, helped cheeriully, and counseled 
wisely. This church and their pastor have lost a 
&lthiul friend and brother, and they keenly feel 
their loss. 

Vermont Conference. 

PxKUEY Putnam Bat was bom in Danville, Vt.> 
June 25, 1818. He joined the Vermont Conference 
in 1844, and was sent to Sutton and Burke as assistant 
preacher. During the following year, May 25, 1845, 
he married Miss Elisabeth Jenkins, who survives 
him. His subseqaent appointments were as follows : 
Westfield Mission, Holland and Morgan, Derby and 
HolUnd, Felchville Mission, Perkinsville and Felch- 
ville. North Wardsborough, superannuated, Spiing- 
fleld and Cheater, Barnard, Newbury, Cabot, Calais 
and Marshfleld, Cabot again, Pklnfield, Presiding 
Elder of Mon^Iier District, Saint Albans District^ 
Sheldon, Ess e x. Shortly after receiving this ap- 
pointment he decided to go West, and removed to 
Webster City, la. In 1874 he superannuated, and 
austained this relation to the Conference till released 
from life. Alter going West he did effective work 
six years: Webster Citv Circuit, three years, Blairs- 
burg, one year, Lehigh, two years, resulting in a. 
large number of conversions and additions to the 
Church. Though compelled at this time to relinquish 
regular work altogether, on account of failing healthy 
he continued to preach as he was able, and had op- 
portunity, until the last two years of ins life. Five 
years ago he removed from Webster City, la., to 
Heron Lake, Minn., to reside with his elder daughter, 
where, with his family about him, he died in peace 
March 19, 1890. in his seventy-second year. P. P. 
Ray was no ordinary preacher. He had large intel- 
lectual gifts, and he thoroughly studied his themes. 
He was closely biblical in his preaching, and earnest, 
if not popular, in his delivery. In his later years he 
was less demonstrative in voice and gesture than he 
thought necessary at the beginning, which added 
much to his success in the pulpit. His early and 
careful Btudj of the doctrines of the Bible laid the 
foundation for the masterly sermons he was wont to 
preach in the manhood of his ministry. Brother 
Kay shared the confidence of his brethren to a large 
degree. Beside occupying positions of trust on sociid 
Conference l>oards, he was honored with an election 
to three General Conferences; namely, 1856, 1864^ 
and 1868b Sickness prevented his attendance in 
1856. 

AifDxs T. BuLLAKD wss bom in Francistown. N. H., 
December 22, 1808, and died in Randolph. Vt., Oc- 
tober 12. 1889, in the eighty-sixth year of his age, 
flfty-eishth of his ministry. His fir^t marriage was 
witn Miss Lydia Lincoln, and occurred August 28, 
1826. His second marriage was with Mrs. Amanda 
Clark, of Bethel, Vt., November 15, 1878, who sur- 
vives him. lie was admitted into the New Hamp- 
shire Conference on trial in 1831. He was ordained 
deacon atNorthfield^ N. H., Julv 21, 1888, by Bishop 
Hedding, and received into rail connection. At 
Portsmouth, N. H., Augui^t 2, 1885, he was orduuiKl 
elder by Bi^^hop Emory. When the Conference was 
divided, and the Vermont Conference was oi^^anized. 
Brother Bullurd fell on the New Hampshire side, but 
was transferred to the Vermont Conference in 1847. 
The ability and trustworthiness which were accorded 
him by his brethren are seen by the positions which 
he held. He was presiding elder ten years ; a dele- 
gate to General Conference in 1852, 1860, and 1864. 
lie also served on several boards of trust connected 
with the Conference. The following is a list oflhis 
appointments : Wcthersfield, Barnard. Bethel, Wes- 
ton, Corinth, Stockbridge, Northflela, Sharon and 
Norwich, Williamstown, Lancaster, N. H. ; White- 
field and Sandoff^ N. H.; Bradford, Vt. ; Danville 
District, Montpelier District, Xorthfteld Falls and 
Roxbury, South Boyalton, Springfield, Barre, Rao- 
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dolph, Peacham, Danville District again, Bandolph 
Sfrurn. Concord, Piaiufield, Williomstown again, in 
1871 ne took a supernumerary relation, and 1879 wan 
superannuated. 3ut for a part of the time during 
these years lie was a pastoral supply. He continued 
to preach as opportunity atforded until within a few 
months of his death, and sometimes with the flre and 
zeal of his earlier days. 

Habvst HrruHcocK was bom in Weatfleld, Yt., 
February 25, 1814, and died in Chicopee, Mass., No- 
yember 19, 1889. He was conyerted in early lite, 
■and at the age of twenty-three joined the Vermont 
Conference, of which he was an esteemed member at 
the time of his death, in 1858, after sixteen ^ears 
of successful ministerial service, his health failed, 
while stationed at Peacham, and he removed to 
Chicopee, Mass., and engaged in business, expecting 
soon to return to the regular work of the mmistry. 
3ut his health — and especially his voice — was not 
sufficiently restored to allow this. He was twice 
marri^ his first wife l^eing Mahala Ward, of West- 
:field, Yt. His second wile was Laura Welch, of 
Oroton, Yt, who siu'vives him. Brother Hitohoook 
was a beloved and useftil member of the church, and 
s help and inspiration to its pastor. He loved to be 
in his place in the house of God, and rejoiced in the 
prosperity of Zion. His bodily health was feeble 
during tlie last yean of his life, and especially so for 
a few months previous to his death, but his spiritual 
health was ezocllent. He had walked so long with 
Ood that he could patiently, calmly, and with im- 
plicit faith walk through the valley of the shadow of 
<ieath and pass over beyond the sight of loved ones, 
who so tenderly ministered to his wants, and join 
the happy multitude on the other side. 

William Bickvord Howard was bom in Barre, 
Yt., January 17, 1817, and died in High|;ate, April 
26, 1889, in the seventy-third year of his age. In 
1840 he was married to Miss Louisa Cilly,of Tun- 
bridge, Yt Hb flret w ife died in Highgate, February 
28, 1878. His second wife was Mrs. Jane B. Sander- 
son, of Highgate, May 7, 1879, who died February 
15, 1887. in 1852 he was received as a probationer 
into the Yermont Conference. In 1854 ne was ad- 
mitted into Ml connection and ordained deacon by 
Bishop Janes, and in 1856 he was ordained elder by 
Bishop Baker. Our brother held an effective relation 
to the Conference thirty-three ^ean : and in 1886 he 
received a superannuated relation, wnich he held till 
his decease. Brother Howard was a good sermonizer, 
sound in doctrine. He was a faithful and a greatly 
beloved pastor, a kind husband and £ither, a citizen 
respectea highly for lib candor, honesty, industry, 
intelli^nce, gentlemanly bearing, and his consistent 
<;hristian life. He had a rich Christian experience. 
«i^oying the blessing of perfect love, and ne livea 
in harmony with suon a profession and experience. 

Philadelphia Conference. 

LxBoY Willis Maouc was bom March 9, 1860, 
i»t Evansburg, Ta. At the age of eleven yeare, at 
Ocean Grove, he sought and found the Saviour. 
From that time untir his death in Denver, Col., 
October 28, 18»9^ his life was spent in preparation 
for, and in carrying on, the work of his Lord and 
Master, Jesus Chnst He was admitted into the 
Philadelphia Conference in the year 1885, and sta- 
tioned at £lam, where he labored most acceptably 
4ind successfully for two years. He was then ap- 
pointed to Bharon Hill, and in the third year of a 
prosperous administration God called him from labor 
to reward. During his pastorate at Sharon Hill he 
was united in marriage to Miss Mary Garvin, who 
mourns his loss. As a minister he was faithful and 
true : he declared the whole counsel of God. As a 
pastor he was sympathetic, kind, and helpful. He 
iiad a passittn for souls, and to accomplish their sal- 
vation often, we think, bbored in the pulpit and out 



of it beyond his physical strength. The yonnsr 
loved him, they gathered about him ; he instructed 
them in secular as well as spiritual truths, and as a 
result there are many who '* in that day " will rise 
up and call him blessed. 

Daniel Leamiko Pattbrson was bom in Penn- 
s;^lvania Novcni1)cr 22, 1817, and closed his earthly 
pilgrimage at the home of his son, We>it Philadelphia, 
on Thurwlay morning, April 18, 1889, in the seventy- 
second vear of his a^. In the spring of 1842 he was 
received into the Philadelphia Conference on proba- 
tion. His appointments were: Cecil Circuit, Not- 
tingham, Pamsh Street, Philadelphia; Attleborough, 
Norristown, Milton, Berlin, Annamessex, Safe Har- 
bor. Mauch Chunk, Grove, Pottstown, Mariner's 
Botnel, Cohooksink, Siloam, Bedford Street Mission, 
Philadelphia ; Lewes, Del. Then for three years, on 
account of infirm health, he sustained a supernu- 
merary relation to the Conference, after which his ap- 
pointments were Salem, Cheltenham^ Bryn Mawr 
and Betheeda, Conshohocken, Bethanv, Philadelphia; 
and Darby. In 18S1 he again asked for a supernum- 
erary relatioiL which he held for six years, part of 
which time, nowever. he had temporary chai^ of 
Sepviva Mission, Kensington, iili«o of Epworth 
Chapel, West Philadelphia. At the Conference of 
1867, believing that his health had irreparably failed, 
he requested a superannuated relation, which, as has 
been intimated, was destined to be of comparatively 
short duration. As a man Brother Patterson was 
intellectual, conscientious, and courageous. He was 
blessed witn fine natural endowments. Yet, while 
having inherited an intellect far above the average, 
he did not presume upon what nature had done for 
him, but persisted in cultivating his mind by years 
of study. As a thinker he commanded the respect 
of all with whom ho became associated. He was 
characterized by a vein of originality which was the 
just admiration of not a few. Discussion was as 
natural to him as breathing. His character was 
modeled after a stalwart type : being a descendant of 
the Huguenots, his morality, as would have been 
expected, was of a vigorous cast. He was distin- 
guished by a high sense of honor, which he never 
forfeited. No one ever thought of charging him 
with a lack of candor or fidelity. His moral convio- 
tions were always decided, but he was never without 
the courage to maintain them. There was no bribe 
that coula silence his voice ngainst that which he 
knew to be wrong. To be in the minoritv gave him 
no great concern, for early in life ho haa learned to 
ask, not what are others doing? but, what is right t 
As a friend our lamented brother was ingenuous, 
faithful, and affectionate. His considerate conduct 
toward liis junior colleagues during the yean of his 
cireuit work invariably won their lasting es^toem. 
The life of one of these co-workers was saved by his 
taking him, in the time of critical illness, from hb 
dreary boarding-house into his own home, where, 
with the tenderness of a &ther, he nursed liim back 
to health. During the several yean of his super- 
numerary ministry he cheerfully responded to scores 
of calls to fill the pulpits of sick or disabled breth- 
ren. He was a worthy example of that charity that 
I* thinketh no evil.'' One who bore him the most 
intimate acquaintance gives this testimony concern- 
ing this noole feature of his character, ** I never 
knew anv one more reluctant to believe a disparaging 
report of a brother than Daniel L. Patterson." His 
strong social traits maae fViendly intercourse an un- 
usual delight to liim. As a preacher Brother Patter- 
son was a well-qualified expounder of the word of 
God. He was rigidly trained in the school that 
magnified the Bible and made its knowledge the 
great preparation for the mission of an embassador 
for Christ His pulpit ministrations were scriptural, 
practical, impressive, sometimes eloquent. He dwelt 
fVequently and powerfully on the cardinal doctrines 
of the Gospel. In his earlier niinu*trv he was emi- 
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work at a time when revivals were expected and 
when oonversioDs were re^rded as the crowning 
proof of a call to the ministry, without which aO 
other evidenoee were considered as unsatisfactory to 
the preachers and the Church. As a Christian he 
was devout, earnest, and exemplary. Ub Christian 
<iharacter could endure scrutiny. The more cioselv 
it was inspected the more commendable it appearea. 
To those who came nearest to him there was evi- 
•dcnce of an under-current of profound religious feel- 
ing. Like Paul he found great jov in referring to 
ic. He iUso derived great coimfort from the doctrine 
of the witness of the Spirit. The Bible, which had 
been the guide of his youth and the inspiration of 
his manhood, was a great pleasure to him at the 
•close of life. Visitore to his dying oliamber nearly 
always found the open book dose by. He was mar- 
velonsly gifted in prayer. Few men had the power 
to lift a congregation so near to heaven. At the 
family altar or in public worship he appeared to have 
«n influence with Qod, which seems to be the privi- 
lege of yery few. Many unconverted were con- 
victed during his powerful pleadini^ with God, and 
often penitents were lifted into the kmgdom of grace 
while ne waa interceding for them. 

JosxFH BIasok was bom in Philadel^ila Septem- 
ber 12, 1815, and died at Ocean Grove, T^. J., Janu- 
ary 18, 1890. His Pfrents were members of the 
£benexer Methodist episcopal Church. When his 
father died, in 1880, his mo^er became more than 
•ever the object of his attachment; but soon her 
health began to fSul, and after a lingering illness, 
which she bore with Christian fortitude, she died 
March 88. 1881. This trying and painful event 
proved to be the tuming-pomt m the son's life. No- 
vember 12, 1884, he was married to Miss Margaret 
Clayton, who shared with him lifVs sonrows and 
Joys for flfty-six vears, and is now left wuting to 
join him in the fellowsnip of the glorified in heaven. 
At the Quarterly Conference held January 20. 1887, 
he was reoomtuended to the Philadelphia Confer- 
ence. There being no married men received that 
Tear, he was employed by Bev. David Daily, of 
Chesapeake Distnct, on Dover Circuit as junior 
preacher with Bev. Eliphalet Beed. where he labored 
with great aooeptabilit v. At the close of the year he 
was a^ain unanimously recommended to the Phila- 
delphia Conference, and received on triaL By 
4ipecial request of the people of Dover he was re- 
turned to tnem for the second year. In 1889 he was 
appointed to Kent Circuit as junior preacher. At 
the Conference of 1840 he was received into fhll 
•connection, and ordained deacon by Bishop Hed- 
-ding, and returned to Kent Circuit. From 1841 his 
appointments were: Ebenezer, Beading, Pa., during 
which time he was ordained elder by Bishop Hecf 
4ling ; in 1^2 Port Deposit. Md. ; Smyrna, Del. : 
Easton, Pa. ; Saint Paul^ and Twelfth Street. PhiU- 
^lelphia ; Columbia, Pa. ; Saint Paul's and Asbury, 
Wilmington: Fifth Street and Salem, Philadelphia ; 
Presiding Elder of Wilminffton District four years, 
and for a like term on the r^orth PhiUdclphia Dis- 
trict ; then pastor of Wharton Street, Broad Street, 
Haines Street, Gennantown: Ebenezer, Philadel- 
phia; Mount Zion, Manuyunk. In 1882 he took a 
supernumerary relatiouj which he retained one year, 
serving a part of the tune at Talker Church. The 
following year he was made ofiboiive, and returned 
to Tasker, where he supervised the erection of the 
odiflce now occupied by that society. In 1884 his 
relation was changed to that of supernumerary with 
work, and appointed to Green Street. At the end 
of the year, at his own reouest, he was made super- 
numerary without work, wnich relation he held until 
•the last semion of the Conference, when his name 
was placed on the superannuated list, to which he 
felt he belonged. In 1864 he wss honored by his 
brethren in an election to the General Conference 
iield in Philadelphia. He was a charter member of the 
3oard of Church Extension Society, alsc of the Phila« 



delphia Conference Tract Society, the Preachets' Aid 
Society, and other Conference societies. He sometimes 
preached topically, but more frequently resorted to 
the textual and esqxisitory modes, always, however, 
weaving in some appropriate and well-timed illus- 
tration that told upon the audience, and more often 
remembered when every thing else was forgotten. 
His style of delivery was conversational rather than 
declamatory, never fidling to rivet the attention and 
interest and profit the hearer. He was also a faith- 
ful pastor, never neffleoting any of his people or the 
duties he owed to them. In the sick-room and on 
funeral occasions his presence was a benediction, and 
his words of cheer and consolation never failed to 
inspire courage in the sufferer or to bring comfort to 
the bereaved. 

Gbobob W. Ltbrakd was bom in Trenton, N. J., 
on the 6th of July, 1822. His fkther, Bev. Joseph 
Ly brand, a beloved and honored member of our 
Conference, was at that time stationed in that city, 
and was a man of pre-eminent sifts, grace, and use- 
fulness. In the BPiing of 1848 ne was appointed by 
the Bev. James Smitn, presiding elder, as one of 
the junior preachem on the Susquehanna Circuit. 
At the session of the ensuing Conference he was ad- 
mitted on trial, and sustained an active relation to 
that body until the spring of 1888, when at his own 
request he was placed on Vit supernumerary list. On 
the 1st day of June, 1889, he was called to his heav- 
enly home. The reli^ous life of Brother Lybrand 
was marked by sincerity, simplicity, humility, mod- 
esty, meekness, purity, and fidelity. He was strong 
in raith, miffhty in prayer, giving glory to God. In 
the pulpit ne may not have equaled some of his 
brethren in grasp of intellect, in varied and accurate 
scholarship, in glowing eloquence, in logical exact- 
ness : but tnere are few of them who excelled him in 
the (uear presentation of gospel truth, and in power 
of drawing men to Christ. Brother Lybrand was 
pre-eminently a Pastor. In his intercourse with his 
flock he was unoWusive, gentle, sympathizing, ju- 
dicious, and helpfuL The children were not uraid 
of him--did not shun him — were not rude to him. 
He drew them with the cords of love, and their young 
hearts were responsive to his touch. He gunerally 
earned with him a choice selection of tracts suited 
to all ages and conditions, and oareAilly watched his 
opportunities wisely to distribute them. He did 
much good in this way, and often spoke of it with 
great satisfaction. In the spring of 1848 he was united 
m marriage to Miss Sarah Alfred. His widow, four 
daughters, and three sons survive. 

HxKBY B. Calloway was bora May 4, 1820, near 
Laurel, Del. In April, 1848, he was one of a 
class of fifteen to join the Philadelphia Conference. 
Only Dre. G. D. Carrow and Thos. Murphy now 
remain among us of that number. His first appoint- 
ment was to East Mauch Chunk, and subsequentlv 
he was in charge as follows: Bethel Cirouiu Stod- 
dartsville, junior preacher at Nazareth and Mission, 
Haddington, Phoenixville, Salisbury, Md.; Kensing- 
ton, Philadelphia ; Mount Zion, Manayunk, Marcus 
Hook, Chester Circuit, Port Deposit, agent for Wil- 
mington Female College, Talbot, Md., Smyrna^ Del., 
MilMtown, Columbia, Nineteenth Street, Philadel- 
phia; Scott, Philadelphia; Saint Peter's, Beading; 
second pastorate at Pncenixvillej Saint PauPs, Lan- 
caster; Sanctuary, Philadelphia; Twenty-eighth 
Street, Philadelphia; Lykens and Wiconisco, 
Waynesburg. These fields of labor occupied thirty- 
nine yean of active ministry, and if all were as 
thoroughly tilled and harvested as the two, Saint 
Paul's, Lancaster ; and Nineteenth Street, Philadel- 
phia, in which our opportunities for observing his 
work were the best, we are sure he was met, as he 
entered upon his reward, by a host of those saved 
through his labors for Christ. He was an acceptable 

{»reacner to the best people, and interestinff to alL 
t is proof of his reputation as a public spcMLer that 
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he WM in oonatont denumd for patriotic oooasionfi 
daring the heated discuMions of toe war period, and 
it is atronjBr evidence of his unfailing good sense that 
with all ms warm patriotism he never compromised. 
He was able to serve a border charge in Marrland 
with the unwavering affection and respedt of all par- 
ties. His impressive conscientiousness silenced and 
won those who differed most from him. In the tem- 
perance reform he was bold and aflffreasive. Early 
m his ministry he married Miss Martha Ford, of 
Somerset County, Md., but she lived only a few 
years. On December 18, 1862, he married MLbb 
Adele F. Johnson, of Bristol, Pa., who shared the 
toils and joys of his ministry most faithfhlly and ef- 
ficiently to the last, and who now, with two of their 
four children, survive him. He died July 8, 1889, 
and the funenl services were held at his residence, 
716 Tine street, PhiUdelphia. 

Lxvi B. HuoHxs was bom in East Nantmeal, Pa., 
on the 7th day of Biay, 1882, and died in the triumph 
of faith, at Sfarshallton, Pa., on the 26th day of 
October, 1889, in the fifty-eighth year of his age. 
In 1864 he was licensed a lo«d preacher. He was 
admitted on trial in the Philadelphia Conference in 
the spring of 1866. He was advanced to deacon's 
orders ana ordained by Bishop Wauffh in 1867, and 
to elder's orders and ordained by Bishop Bcott in 
1869. Dr. Hughes was married to Misa Kmma Bar- 
rington Morgan, of Morgantown. Pa., on the 17th 
day of May, 1864. During his ministry he filled the 
following appointments: Mauoh Chunk, Waynes- 
burff, Montgomery Square. Easton Circuit, Saint 
Pam's, Lancaster: Bambrioge, Paschalville, Lum- 
berville, Morrisville, Saint James, Badnor, Grove, 
Middletown, Tremont, Safe Harbor, Eighteenth 
Street, Second Street, Mount Carmel, Cambria 
Street, Twenty-eighth Street, PhiUtdelphia ; Nesha- 
miny and Bensalem, and Marshallton, where he 
** ceased at once to work and live.** In all this laige 
range of stations and circuits Brother Hughes worked 
fiutht'ully, and preached the word in demonstration 
of the Spirit and with power. He toiled hard, some- 
times greatly depressed in spirit, encountering all the 
discouragements and undergoing all the anxiety Uiat 
come to all who toil in Ckxrayineyard. He was also 
often cheered by the success of the Qospel, by glo- 
rious revivals of religion, by the conversion of sin- 
ners, and by the enla^ment of the borders of Zion. 
In all the changes and trials belonging to the itiner- 
ant ministry he was cheerful and nopeful. Dr. 
Hughes was never rolvust. In 1872 he was made su- 
pernumerary for one year. He again became ef- 
fective in 1866, and entered anew upon his work 
with all the fervency and earnestness of his early 
ministry. Dr, Hughes was not favored with huge 
educational advantages in his youth. He, however, 
availed himself of the best facilities within his reach 
for mental culture, and by persistent study and close 
application acquired extensive knowledge in many 
departments of^ learning. He was a man of fine in- 
tellectual endowments and superior natural ability. 
He easily mastered mental difficulties, and flnnly 
grasped the principles of truth. His preaching powers 
were of a high oraer ; he was bom an orator. His 
sermons were clear, forcible, and eloquent. On spe- 
cial occasions he ascended to the grandeur of impas- 
idoned eloquence^ and the sublimity of spiritual 
thought. His religious convictions were deep, broad, 
chantable. He was a man of strong faith and 
mighty in prayer. He died in full possession of his 
mental faculties, calmly meeting death. His end was 
peaceful, his hope was full of immortality. 

East Maine Conference. 

Chablxs B. Done was bom in Alexander, Me., 
December 10, 1816, and died in Hampden, Me., May 
26, 1869, of paralysis of the heart. He entered the 
ministry in 1842. In 1S47 the £a»t Maine Conference 
was organized by the division of the old Maine Con- 



ference, and the membership of Brother Dmm wa» 
assigned to the East Maine, of which body he con- 
tinued a beloved and honored member until his^ 
death. He served his Conference thirty-«iz years as 
pastor, and seven years in the office of presiding el- 
der ; then ad vandng age and fiullng health oompeiled 
him to retire to the honored list of superannuates. 
He turned aside fW>m the active work to his choeen 
home with a people he had served two fbll terms in 
the pastorate. He leavea, to deplore his absence but 
to find comfort in his victory, the wifb of his eariy 
manhood. Brother Dunn was a thorou^^h student 
of books, a careful observer of men, a criuoal reader 
of the events of the aire, an original thinker, a pro- 
found disciple of the Bible, and a devoted adherent 
of the Lord Jesus. His analysis of all subjects that 
engaged his thoughts was penetrating, while his pre- 
sentation of them was logical, dear, and flashed with, 
the sparkling brilliancy of his keen wit. His pas- 
toral visits were choice moments of intellectual and 
religious instruction, and his sermons and addrassea- 
were nunes of golden ore. 

Thsodorb H. Mcrpht was bom at Belfast, Me.^ 
October 24, 1867, and died at OuUfoid May 99, 1889. 
In 1882 he received a local preacher's license, and tfae^ 
following year supplied at Trenton and Brooklin. 
April 2, 1884, Brother Murphy married Miss Cora P. 
Beckett, of Belikst. That spring he entered the East 
Maine Conference on trial and was station^ at Suny,, 
and the following year at Machias. In 1886 he waa 
ordained deacon By Bishop Warren, and re-appointed 
to Machias. Here he labored with untiring aeal fur 
beyond his strength, even preaching in the street U> 
those who had no interest in attendinff service at the 
church. In 1887 he was stationed at Dover and Fox- 
croft, but in the fkll he was compelled by throat 
trouble to give up his charge, (ioing South, he 
taught in Rust University. Being prostrated by 
pneumonia, be was superannuated in 1888, after being 
ordained elder by Bishop Fowler. During the next 
winter he suppbed at Pittsfleld, and last spring was^ 
made effective and appointed to Quilfbra Circuit. 
Although in feeble health he went immediately to> 
his chaige, fully determined to do someUiing for the 
Master with his remaining strength. The aay after 
his arrival he was stricken with paralysis, and after 
ten days of suffering, home with patience and fkith,. 
he passed to be with God. 

£li Sundbblakd Walkxb was bom in Batley^. 
England. June 1, 1846, and passed to his rewarci 
from Pittofleld, Me., August 6, 1889. BrY>ther 
Walker came to this country in 1866, and for twenty 
years was employed in various parts of New England 
as a fiuisher of cloth. While residing in Waverly.. 
K. 1., in 1881, ho wus converted under the ministenal 
labors of Be v. J. B. Hamilton, and soon after united 
with the Methodist Episcopal Church, and was li- 
censed to exhort. In 1883 ne came to Dexter, and 
two years later joined the East Maine Conference 
and was appointed to Lagrange and Argyle, and the- 
following year was re-appointed to the same charge;. 
In 1887-88 he served the churches at Vanoeborouffh 
and Forest City, laboring with great zeal both in the- 
pastoral work and in addition striving to liquidate 
a troublesome debt upon the church property. At 
our last Conference he was stationed at Pittsfleld and 
Palmyra, where, although in feeble health, he entered 
upon the work with his accustomed earnestness ; bat 
it was soon evident he would not be able to carry 
forward the work he so much loved. He did not^ 
however, lose his courage, but though unable to 
preach did what ho could for his people until August 
6, when he was attacked with nemorrhage of the 
lungs, and in a few moments breathed his Gist. 

New Hampshire Coziference. 

Israel H. MoConksll was transferred from the 
Ohio Conference in 1888 to the New Hampshire 

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Conference and appointed to Haverhill Street Charge, 
lAwrenoe, Mass. He had been with ua lesa than 
thirteen nopntha when the Maater called, and on the 
morning of December 6 he passed trimnphantly into 
ilie heavens. Brother McConnell was m the prime 
of Ufe, bung a little more than forty-three years of 
age. Ue waa bom in Ohio. August 17, 1846. He 
was oonTerted in 1866. In 1871 he was received on 
trial into the North Ohio Conference. In 1876 he 
married. Hie flrst appointment was Chesterville 
Circuit; his second was Bloomfleld Ciromt, and 
tlien he was anccessively stationed at Mount Qiiead, 
Elyria, Worcester. For three yean he was Presid- 
ing Elder of Sandusky District. North Ohio Confer- 
ence. Three years he waa at lioberta Park, Indian- 
apolis, and one year at Columbus, O. He then 
chose to change m>m the West to the East, as above 
stated. Our departed brother was a man of a clear 
head, warm heart, and an earnest spirit. His work 
— alwaya a benediction to the churoh to which he 
was appointed — was no less so to the church he waa 
serving when atricken down. He was every-where 
known aa a revivalist and a soul-winner. He loved 
the Church of Christ as the chosen instrument of 
€k>d for the world's conversion. He loved the men 
that minifltered at her altars and loved the souls of 
men. Brother MeConnell, though not physically 
robivtt, waa yet a man of grreat endurance. No seri- 
ous illneas had ever visited him till this which laid 
him low in death. It was Saturday night, Novem- 
ber 28, when that perilous disease, peritonitis, laid 
its heavy, affoniaing hand upon our brother. The 
disease developed rapidly ana soon it was whispered, 
** The chances are against him.*' He was conscious 
of his great danger and expressed his only hope of 
recovery to be that God would interfere for his res- 
toration. During this illness his religious experiences 
were rich in the extreme. He often spoke of the 
neat peace that was settUng down upon his soul. 
The funeral services occurred at the Haverhill Street 
Church Sunday afternoon, December 8. Thus ends 
Uie career of one of God's good and fiuthf\il servants. 

Kansas Coziference. 

J. W. Graham was bom near Christiansburg, Va., 
Judy 1818, and died in Bandolph, Kan., May 10, 
1889. He was converted and jomed the Methodist 
Episcopal Church in 1869, and one year later was 
licensed to preach. In 1872 he was admitted to the 
Virginia Conference, was ordained deacon by Bishop 
Scott in 1874, and elder bv Bishop Bowman in 1876. 
Hia appointments were : Carroll, Gravson, and Smith 
Counties, Va. ; Gnyson and Carroll Circuit, Withe 
and Bland, Fincastle, Monroe. He was transferred 
to Kansas Conference in 1881. and served the fol- 
lowing charges: Ellis, Morrill, Clifton, Severance, 
Waterville Circuit, Irvine and Blue Bapida, Circle- 
YiUe, superannuated. He waa united in marriage 
with Mias Susan Jamison, of Pulaski County, Va., 
in September, 1874, who survives him. Although 
bis educationa] advantages were very limited he 
was a very effective, and at times sublimely eloquent, 
preacher. 

W. G. Caxfbbll was bom in Pittsburg, Pa., 
March 27, 1846, and died at the home of his sister, 
Mrs. Dr. Myers, in Troy, Kan. Brother Campbell 
joined the Kaxisas Conference in 1875. His ap- 
pointments were as follows: Doniphan, Auburn, 
Meriden and Silver Lake. Then for a number of 
yeara, on account of failing health, he sustained a 
superaumeiary reUtion to me Conference. The last 
two years of his life he was stationed at Bobinson, 
and was returning to it for the third year when he 
was taken sick, and waa unable to reach home. 
When his fSunily were sent for and came he said to 
his son, *' Mv dear boy, whether your fkther lives or 
dies, it is all right" He said to his wife on the 
morning of the oay he died, ^* Lizzie, if this is to be 
my laat day on earth, open the blinds and let in the 



sunlight : make it aa bright as you can." At his 
request his devoted wife sang, *Ut is well with my 
soul," and '^Beautifiil words of life," in both of 
which he joined. He was triumphant in the pres- 
ence of death. Just as the sun was setting he fell 
aaleep in Jesus. Brother Campbell was a son of 
Bev. D. B. Campbell, whose obituary waa read at 
our Conference last year. He was an acceptable 
preacher, a fiuthful pastor, an affectionate husband 
and fkther, and a Christian gentleman. 

NiHxmAH Gbbbn waa bom in Hardin County, O., 
March, 1887, and died in Manhattan. January 12, 
1890. In the fall of 1869 he entered the Cincinnati 
Conference and was appointed junior preacher on 
the Aberdeen Circuit. A wondenbl revival occurred 
on this work, resulting in over two hundred conver- 
sions, his labors being particularly blessed. His 
next fleia of labor was the old East White Oak Cir- 
cuit, and then Williamsburg, where, in 1862, he en- 
listed in Company B, Ei^ty-ninth Ohio Volunteer 
Infantry, and waa commissioned a lieutenant. He 
subsequently as mig'or of the One Hundred and Fifty- 
third Ohio took part in the hundred-day service 
in western Virginia. After returning nom the 
armv he was appointed to a charge in the Hillsbor- 
ough District, where he served until 1865, when he 
was transferred to the Kansas Conference and sta- 
tioned at Manhattan. Here, with his usual accepta- 
bility, he served two years. In 1866 he was elected 
lieutenant govemor. Governor Crawford resigned, 
and on November 4, 1868, he became the fourth 
govemor of the State of Kansaa. He held this office 
until the expiration of the term, January 11, 1869. 
In the spnnff of 1869 he waa appointed Presiding 
Elder of the Manhattan District, wnich place he filled 
for one year, when he was compelled to take a super- 
uumerarv relation on account of the health of^his 
wife. She soon died and left him with three help- 
less children. He afterward married Miss Sturte- 
vant. She survives him. At the Conference in the 
spring of 1872 he was made effective, and stationed 
at Uolton, where he remained two years. In 1874 
he was appointed to WaterviUe and served one year, 
when he was superannuated, which was continued 
until his death. 

LiBXBTY PaxxnoE was bom July 9, 1815, in 
Aurora, N. Y. He professed religion at the early a^ 
of thirteen years, and united with Methodist Epis- 
copal Churoh. In 1887 he removed to Ohio. The 
following year he was employed to teach in the 
mission school at Upper Sandusky, among the 
Wvandotte Indians, in the flrst missions estab- 
lished among them by the Methodist Episcopal 
Church. In September, 1888, he was received on 
trial in the North Ohio Conference, and appointed 
to the Fort Becovery Mission. In 1840 he was united 
in marriage to Athalana Hoag. They were married 
at Collins, N. Y. She died in 1872. The same year 
he was ordained deacon by Bishop Hedding at Nor- 
walk. His health failed in 1842^ so much so that he 
was given a superannuated relation, and returned to 
New York State for rest and recuperation. He re- 
turned to Ohio in 1848, and was appointed Presiding 
Elder of the Cleveland District. He moved to Kan- 
sas in 1861, being transferred to this Conference at 
the same time. In 1864-65 he was pastor of Valley 
Falls Circuit. His last chaige was on the Easton 
Circuit in 1866, when his h^th failed so that he 
was not able to complete the year's work. March 
12, 1874, he was muted in marriage to Mrs. Ma- 
linda Orr, of Easton, Kan., who btm survives him. 
On December 18, 1889, while driving through the 
streets of Valley Falls his horse became frightened 
and ran away, throwing him flfx>m the carriage. In 
falling he received injuries from which he died im- 
medifOely. He was a faithful and consistent member 
of the Methodist Episcopal Church for sixty-one 
years, and a mixuster of the Gospel for fbrty-seven 
years. 

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North Indiana Conference. 

RxuBXN Davi80on RoBiirsoN wflA bom in Clarke 
County, 0., August 10, 1818, and died In Indian- 
apolis August 18, 1889, af^ »eventv-ono yean. 
In 1845 he was received on tnal in the North Indiana 
Conference. He was ordained deacon by Bishop 
Janes, and elder by Bishop Waugh. His appoint- 
ments were as follows: Inoependenoe Circuit, Will- 
iamsport, Newport, Loffansport, Wayne Street, Fort 
Wayne, Profenaor in ^rt Wayne College, President 
of Fort Wayne College, at the same time i<erving as 
Presiding Elder of Fort Way ne and Warsaw Distnota ; 
Centennial Conference AgenL Trinity Church, In- 
dianapolis ; Presiding Elder of Indiaiwpolis District, 
Presiding Elder of Greensburg District, President of 
Fort Wavne College, Presiding Elder of Kokomo 
District, Elkhart, Prasiding Elder of Muncie Dis- 
trict, Greenfield, Superintendent of the BoUrd of 
Control of Deuooness Work. In 1864 he was the 
leader of the delegation of this Conference in the 
General Conference. For a long time he has been 
one of the trustees of Fort Wayne College. He haa 
for years been the chairman of our Committee on 
Education, and at the time of hb death was one of 
our visiton to De Pauw Univenity. September 1, 
1847, he was married to Miss Mary K. Mahurin, who 
still survives him. Dr. Sobinson was a loving hus- 
band, a tender and oareAil father, to whom it was a 
pleasure to make any sacrifice for his £unily. He 
was a man of marked abilitv in any and every de- 
partment of church work. He was eloquent in the 
pulpit, poMcssing a grand command of language, 
and speaking with all the unction of a man who be- 
lieves with ail his heart in his message. He was an 
excellent pastor. He was an efficient presiding elder, 
tenderly caring for the interests of his preachers, de- 
fending them eloquently, preserving their secrets, 
and never babbling about them before the laity. As 
professor and president of Fort Wayne College, both 
in the departments of instruction and of executive 
administration, he carried the institution through 
one of the darkest periods of its historv, and by his 
counsels and influence in its Board of Trustees, he 
aided in maintaining it to this hour. 

Obakox v. Lemon was bom in Clarke County, O., 
January 27, 1818, and died in the city of Bichmond, 
Ind., September 80, 1889, in the seventy-seventh 
year of his age. In 1841 he was appointed by the 
Bev. Aaron Wood as a supply on tne Warsaw Cir- 
cuit. This year he was admitted on trial in the In- 
diana Conference, and was re-appointed to WarMW. 
From this time for thirty-seven years he waa engaged 
in effisctive and arduous work. At the division of 
the Indiana Conference, his membership fell in the 
North Indiana Conference of which he remained a 
member as long as he lived. The statement of his 
work is as follows : Wstmw Circuit, ordained deacon 
by Bishop Andrew, appointed to Union, Mishawaka, 
ordained elder by Bwhop Hamline, appointed to 
Terre Coupee Circuit, Manon Circuit! Presiding El- 
der of Peru District, Agent of Fort Wayne CoUege, 
Centerville and Cambndge, Agent of the American 
Bible Society. Presiding Elder of the Bichmond 
District. Chaplain of the Thirty-sixth Begiment In- 
diana Volunteers, Presiding Elder of the Muncie 
District. In 1867 he was made financial agent for 
the North Indiana Conference, his agency covering 
the interests and accounts of the Preachers^ Aid So- 
dety, Asbury University, Mission House, Garrett 
Biblical Institute, and f\>rt Wa;rne College. These 
trusts he continued to hold until he superannuated. 
In 1870 he supplied a vacancy as Presiding Elder of 
Anderson District, but reliuquiKhed the appointment 
at Conference in order to devote his entire attention 
to the agency ; 1878-76 he was Presiding Elder of 
Goshen Distnct In 1877 he was sent to W^te Water 
Circuit, where he remained one year, and in 1878, at 
the session at Anderson, he was obliged by failing 
health to take a superannuated relation. His long 



service comprised eij^ht Tears in the pastonto, ^je>- 
teen and a fraction in tne presiding eldarahip, tea 
in financial agencieS| and some months aa army 
chaplun. During thia time he waa one of the most 
active and infiuential men in this body. He wa» 
elected as a delegate to the General Conference at the 
sessions of 1856, 1864, and 187S, and was a reserve 
delegate in 1868. He was slso a member of the Book 
Committee of the Methodist Episcopal Church 
187S-76. Durinff our sessions he always took a keen 
interest in all our buaUiess. Bising to the front of 
the Conference earlv in his ministry by his alHlity 
and influence, he held his commanding station nntU. 
fkiling bealtn compelled his letirenient. Kind^ 
thoughtful, fiuheriy to the yoimg men, tender tLoi 
loving, he is cherished in the hearts of many of us 
whom he befViended, and to whom he was a father. 
The possessor of a melodious voice, he often led oar 
devotions and hymna. Faithful, earnest, devoted, a 
pure gospel preacher, there was no one who oarrMd 
more delicate responsibilities, bore more ardooua 
toils, or whose influence was more deeply felt in oar 
midst than Brother Lemon. After his superannoa- 
tion he first resided in Winchester for some yeanu 
and then removed to Bichmond, where he remained 
until the day of his death. He was first married, at 
the age of twenty, to Miss Bosetu J. Jones, who 
lived some three years, and left one daughter, who 
preceded her fiither to the better worid. In 18KI7 he 
married Miss Charlotte Wamock, of La Porte County, 
who died in Bichmond in 1870. In 1878 he married 
Mrs. Mary C. Ferris, his now widowed companion^ 
who £uthlully miniatered to him during his long ill- 
ness. 

AxpBxus J. LxwKLLxir was bom in Randolph 
County. Va., September 8, 1884. When he waa 
about thirteen years of age hia parents removed to 
Indiana, in 1887. He waa converted in August, 
1841. J ulv 97. 1846, he waa married to Miss Eleanor 
Kinnett, <n Windsor, Bandolph Coimty, IncL who ia 
now his widow. April, 1868, he was i4>pointed as 
supplv on the Montpelier Circuit. At our session in 
1864 he waa admitted on trial in thia Conference. 
He waa ordained deacon by Bishop Clark, and elder 
by Bishop Thomson. HIb appointments were as 
follows : Warren Circuit. Alexandria Ciroait, Lincoln 
Circuit, Xenia and Boxley. In 1878 and 1874 ho 
was supernumerary, but supplied Tipton Station a 
portion of the time. Beingagain made efl^ctive, ho 
waa appointed to Jerome.^iaon, Farmland, Maey, 
La Gro. Warren. Dunkirk and Upland, where ma 
health failed. With the exoention of Warren he re- 
mained in each of these chaigea two years. At 
Eaton he built an excellent brick church. About a. 
month after hia appointment to Upland hia h^th 
failed so that he was obliged to resign his charge. 
He then took up bis residence in Dunkirk, where he 
continued to live until his death. Here he died in 
great peace November 14, 1889, at the age <^ aixty- 
five years. Brother Lewellen was a man of great 
usefulness, beloved by multitudes on the charges he 
served, and in every way was a sucoesafhl and fiuth- 
ful minister of the Gospel. He was a man of com- 
mandiug presence and of exemplary life, whose daily 
walk exemplified the Gospel he preached. 

BicHABD B. PowxLL was bom near White Water, 
Ind., January 83, 1847. He was converted at the 
age of ten years. He was recommended by the 
White Water Quarteriy Conference to the North In- 
diana Annual Conference, and admitted on trial in 
the spring of 1871. From thia Conference he waa 
appointed as Junior preacher on tlie Butler Circuit, 
which he served one year. His appointmenta were 
La Fontaine, Windfall, Spiceland, McCordsville, New 
Britton, Alto, Cadiz, and Middletown, making in all 
nineteen vears of service. Brother Powell waa mar- 
ried to Miss Sarah H. Welling, near Indianapolis^ 
Ind., on the 25th dav of May, 1876. Some three 
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fh>m which it was thoiurht by his (Hends he would 
not recover. Although it did not termioAte in 
immediate death, yet he never fully recovered. 
However, he continued to perform the labors of a 
Methodist minister. He departed this life on the 
8th day of March, at the parsonage in Mlddletown. 
Ind., i^ed forty-three years. His wife and daughter 
surrive him. Brother Powell was an earnest and 
active worker, and as a pastor he was higfhly es- 
teemed, and his untiring ttffoits wera appreoated of 
men and blessed of Qod. 

Troy Conference. 

EusHA BuTTOx Haff wbs bom in Peru, N. T., 
November 4, 1819, and died in the same pLuse June 
17, 1889, aged sixty-nine vears. Brother Haif was a 
Bupenmnuited member or the Troy Conference, who, 
since his retirement fW>m active service, about four- 
teen Tears ago, had resided in Amsterdam, N. T. 
His death came suddenly, while on a visit to his 
sister. He entered the ministry in )845, and con- 
tinned in active service, with the exception of a sin- 
fk Tear, when he was disabled by an accident, until 
.876, a period of thirty-one years. He was married 
in June, 1847, to Sarah J. Hathaway, who preceded 
him to the better land by several years. His ap- 
pointmenta in the Conference, as nearly aa can be 
aaeertained at this writing, were : Adams and Chesh- 
ire^Mass. ; Bristol, Yt. : Eden, Vt. ; New Lebanon. 
N.T. ; Stamford and Monkton, Yt. ; Ellenbmg and 
Elizabethtown, N. Y. ; Milton. Hyde Pftrk, Under- 
luU, and Lincolxi, Yt. ; Petersburg, N. Y. ; Pownal, 
Yt. ; Cheshire, Mass. ; Central Bridge and West 
Amsterdam. N. Y. He was a preacher of more than 
average abiuty, often strikingly original in his pres- 
entations of truth. As a citizen he kept himself well 
informed on all public questions, and was tklthful to 
his convictions of duty m respect to all the moral, 
social, and political issues of our time. He seemed 
to grow more p r o g re ss ive and hopeful in spirit as he 
advanced in years. He was in a remarkaoie decree 
free flx>m the ambition for place and power. With 
aspirations a little higher nnd stronger he would, 
with his abilities, have filled a larger sphere, an<l 
perhaps have been a still more usefiu minister. He 
was a true friend. The pastors of the church in 
which he worshiped during the years of his super- 
annuation all bear gratefUl witness to his brotherly 
spirit and his lovalty to the Church. He was a con- 
stant and helpfril attendant on all the means of grace, 
was never Querulous, censorious, unsympathetic, was 
always ready to render any assistance in his power- 
was always kindly, helping to stinr up the hands of 
his pei^r in every gooa work. He sleeps the sleep 
of the just and the good. 

XuxBT H. TowsuET wsB bom in Panton, Yt., 
October 28, 1858. in August, 1879, he was oon- 
Terted. He married Miss Queenie Dalton at White- 
hall, N. Y., July 28, 1888. From his conversion 
the call of the ministrjr wss evidently npon him, 
but a deep sense of his insufficiency led him to 
hesitate to enter upon the work of that sacred call- 
ing. At last he yielded, and, returning from the 
VTeBt, repaired to Boston to pursue his theological 
studies. But the pressure of work was upon nim, 
and at the session of Troy Conference in the spring 
of 1886 he was admitted on trial, having supplied 
Mooers Forks one vear under the elder. His ap- 
pointments were : Mooers Forks, Yalcour, and Beek- 
mantown. Brother Towsley had but just entered 
upon his work at Beekmantown when taken ill of 
typhoid malaria, which, aggraTating a heart diffl- 
outy of former years, ended nis life after ten weeks 
of intense suffering. As a final effort for recovery 
he undertook a journey into the Adirondack region, 
but the attempt was too great, and, proceeding only 
to Dannemora, he lingered a few days, and died 
August 8, 1889. In his brief ministry Brother 
Towsley proved himself to be endowed with rare 



gifts, which promised surest usefulness. Scholarly 
m habit, clear and convincing as a preacher, gentle 
as a child in social intercourse, abundant in labors, 
thoroughly consecnted to his Master's business, he 



won sTl hearts, and amply justified the fluent 
. ^ of a orilliant career. He leaves a young^ 

widow, the support snd inspiration of his brief min- 



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istry, to hope ror a better reunion beyond ** this vale 
of tears." 

Hakvst F. Ausmr was bom in Waterbury, Yt,, 
July 26, 1831, and died at the home of his son-in- 
law. F. H. Taylor, in Yergennes, Yt. October 18, 
1889. He was converted at the affe of tweuty-onft 
veon, and aoon felt himself called to the ministry, 
navintf in 1887 completed his course of studv ho 
served one year as a supply under the presiding- 
elder at Alburg, Yt, and m the spring of 1858 waft 
received on trud in tiie Troy Conference. His ap- 
pointments, with A single exception, were in his 
native State, and were aa follows : Winooski, Fair- 
fiix, Shelbume, North Ferrisbu]]g, Scranton, Benson, 
Butland, Greenwich, N. Y. ; Samt Johnsbujy, New- 
port, Bellows Falls. Yemnnes. Brandon, and the 
second time Winooski, where, after a year and a half 
of successfrd work, he entered into rest In nearly 
all these charges his labors resulted in the conver- 
sion of souls and in substantial improvements to 
church property. From a memorandum found 
among his papers it has been ascertained that the 
total number of probationers received by him on his 
several charges was nearly seven hundred, an aver- 
Me of but litUe less than twenty-five each year, and 
that he raised for building and improving church 
proper^ something over twenty-five thousand dol- 
lars. This is a noole record, and shows something 
of the fidthfrilness and fidelity with which he prose- 
cuted his work as a Christiao minister. He wa» 
married January 6, 1859, to Miss Mary H. Johnson, 
of Enosburg, Yt. She survives him. Brother Aus- 
tin was a preacher of commanding ability, combining 
ready and forcefril utterance with striking originality 
of thought In social life he was genial and attract- 
ive, with a pleasant word for young and old. The 
children loved him, and all welcomed his coming to 
their homes. This, with his deep piety and earnest 
devotion to the work, made him specially succesof ul 
as a pastor. His lart sickness was protracted and 
painful, and yet throughout all the weary days and 
weeks of his suffering he maintained a cbeemil pa- 
tience and a triumphant fiiitb. Early in the smnuicr 
of 1886 he was prostrated with paralysis which af- 
fected his entire left side. From this attack he soon 
rallied, and, after resting a few weeks, was able to 
resume his work. He continued in comfortable 
health, and was able to do full work as preacher and 
pastor until July last, when he sufferod a second 
stroke of paralysis from which he never rallied. 

Jxssx F. Craio, for fifty-five years an honored 
member of this Conference, died October 16, 1889, 
aged nearly seventy-nine. Brother Craig was con- 
verted at mneteen, and soon ssked the consent of his 
unconverted parents to conduct family prayers at 
home. This privilege was cheerAiUy granted. Ere 
lonff both his parents followed him into the Church 
of bis choice. He laid the foundation of an educa- 
tion at Cazenovia. His intellectual attainments were 
considenble. Called to the ministry, he joined the 
Troy Conference, and spent his whole ministerial 
life within its bounds. His appointments were: 
Rutland and Pittsford, Yt; Castieton, Poultney» 
and Granville. Castieton again, Cha^, Fort Ann, 
Chester, Bennington, Brunswick and Cooksborough, 
Crescent In 1846 he asked and received a location, 
induced so to do by his convictions on the anti- 
slavery ouestion. Seeking business as a means ot 
livelihood, he purdiased a paper-mill, a store, and 
several houses. Into one or these houses he moved 
on Wednesday, and on the following Friday all his 
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anew, ho was interrapted in his purpose by the 
severe, and, as it proved, the fatal iiicknefis of his 
wife. On ner djrin^^ bed this godly woman begged 
him to return to the ministry, expressing her belief 
that God was speaking to him through his repeated 
misfortunes. In 1847 ne took up the work he had 
laid down, and was stationed at Qrand Isle. There- 
after, till ids superannuation, he labored on the fol- 
lowing ohaiges : Waterbury, Essex, Hampton, Vt ; 
Corinth ana Jeasup's Landing, Powiial, Petersbuig. 
Watervleit, Ouilderland, Minaville, Charlton ana 
Olenville. Clifton Park, Tomhannock and Valley 
Falls, Arlington, Aivyle, £aslon and North Cam- 
bridge, Granville, Chestertown. Notable revivals 
cheered him on several of these ohaiges, while on 
none of them did he fail to see some fniit of his la- 
bors. Faithful^ prudent, wise. inteHigenit, he hon- 
ored his Chnstian and ministeriu profession. 
Brother Craiff married in 1884 Miss Cordelia Miller, 
of Luzerne, N. Y., and, in 1847, Miss Charlotte 
Wood worth, of Bennington, Yt., who survives him. 

Abel Ford was bom in Schuyler, N. Y., October 
81, 1814, and died at his home in Gloversville, N. Y., 
November 19, 1889. He was converted in 1887. In 
the same meeting his two brothers, Salisbury and 
William, were converted, and all three became min- 
isters of great usefulness. Abel Ford was received 
on trial in Trov Conference in 1843, and was sent to 
Greenfield. His subsequent appointments were: 
MechanicviUe, Arlington, Vt. : Fort Ann, Wilton, 
Pawlet. Vt ; Fair Haven, Vt. ; Peru, Schuyler 
Falls, Belcher, Easton. Cobleskill, Esperance, Still- 
water, and Clifton Park. Brother Ford was a min- 
ister of the olden time, a vigorous Methodist, holding 
tenaciously to our doctiines and usages. He was 
greatly gifted in prayer and exhortation. He was a 
man of deep spiritual experience, and the intense 
longing of his soul was tne conversion of sinners 
and the sanctification of believers. At the Confer- 
ence of 1872 he retired fVom the active work of the 
ministry and moved to Oioversville, where he con- 
tinued to reside until his decease. His illness was 
brief. 

Baltimore Conference. 

Joseph France was bom August 26, 1819, died 
July 27, 1889. Between these dates we may read 
seventy years of human life — sixty years of " the 
life of faith in the Son of Gtod," forty-seven years of 
zealous work in the ministry of the Methodist Epis- 
copal Church. In 1842 he was admitted on trial in 
the Baltimore Conference. For four years Joseph 
France traveled circuits. In his fifth year he was 
stationed in York, Pa. Here he was married to Miss 
Susan Strickler, in whom he found a true helpmeet, 
and who still abides with us. Leaving York, he was 
appointed to Columbia Street, Baltimore. His next 
onorges were in Pennsylvania; first at Danville, 
then at Williamsport. HLs health failing at the latter 
place, a supernumerary relation was granted him, in 
which he continued nom 1854-60. Besuming the 
effective relation in 1861 he became tract and Sun- 
day-school agent. In 1862 he was re-appointed to 
York, Pa., where he spent two years, and then was 
returned to his native city, where he remained for 
eighteen consecutive years, divided among Harford 
Avenue, East Baltimore District, High Street, What- 
ooat, Union Square, and Caroline Street. He was a 
delegate to the General Conference of 1868. In 1882 
he was appointed to Fourth Street, Washington, 
where he spent three years. His next and last ap- 
pointment was Center Street, Cumberland. Here at 
the expiration of two years of faithful work he was 
oompelled by advancing age and declining health to 
ask a supernumerary relation. Locating his residence 
in Baltimore, he spent the last two years of his life 
in the neighborho(xl of the new church that perpet- 
uates the City Station, in which he began his Chris- 
tian life and work. In his preaching Dr. France was 



a dear, earnest, and helpful expounder of divine 
truth. His sermons excelled in their evangelical 
tone, and were impressive in manner. They had 
the marrow of the Gospel in them. Divine unotiim 
pervaded them. Divinepower attended them to the 
hearts of the hearerB. He was richly endowed wiUi 
sympathy. This intenselv sympathetic nature was 
aeveloped and directed by grace. He was thus 
eminently fitted to comfort the sorrowing and to en- 
courage the £dnt He was a son of consolation. As 
an administrator he was most judicious. He was a 
man of sound judgment, to which was Joined great 
prudence. He knew well how to take care of young 
converts. He leoeived at one time into full member- 
ship a class of one hundred and fifty probationers. 
As a man he was eminent in goodness. There always 
seemed to be about him a woU-poised dignity, a 
habit of thoughtfblness, a kindness of heart, a pur- 
pose of fiumess in doaling with others, a refinement 
of manners befiting the Christian preaoher ajid 
pastor. But his chief charm was his goodness. He 



not only professed| but was an example of holiness, 
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His dying was in beautiful harmony with the whole 
spirit of his life of faith and love. At one time he 
<}uoted the dying words of his sainted fiither, " There 
is light ahead. " And strikingly characteristic of the 
man were the last words that dropped from his 
whitening lips: ** Love, eternal love to all 1 " And 
so a life all radiant in the beauty of its Lord leaped 
to heaven and laid itself in surging flames of love at 
Jesus's feet 

BoBXRT M. LiPSOOMB wss bom February 19. 1807, 
at Geoivetown, D. C, bom again September 4. 
1827. and received on trial by the Baltimore Annual 
Conference in March, 1881. His appointments were 
successively Loudon Circuit. Harford Circuits junior 
preacher in City Station, Baltimore; FrederioKsbuiig, 
Staunton, Waynesborough. Loudon^Winchester Cir- 
cuit, HaTMHs Ferry. Hulsoorougb, High Street, Bal- 
timore ; Whatooat, Baltimore ; Cnambersbuigh, Pa. ; 
Ebenezer, Washington; Jefferson, Hillsborou^ again. 
Fast Loudon, Bammore Circuit, Fairfax, dosing his 
work in the effective relation with his second turn 
as pastor of the Baltimore Circuit ; supernumeraiy 
in 1867; superannuate fh>m 1868 to the term of his 
decease. Entered into rest February 5, 1890. His 
ministerial life extended over fifty-nine years. It 
was a life of singular purity. Sweet spirited, affeo- 
tionate. devoted to the Church, abundant in labors, 
faithful to every trust, he won and maintained a high 
place in the esteem and love of his brethren. lus 
preaching was of a high order of evangelical exposi- 
tion and application. He was **a workman that 
needed not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word 
of truth." His style was clear and concise. He was 
eminently practical and experimental, and a devoted 
adherent to the peculiarities of our church economy. 
He was married m 1886 to Miss Eliza M. Hopkins, 
who survives her husband after fifty-four years of 
perfect oneness in sympathy and work. Repeatedly 
during his last sickness he uttered his desire "to 
depart and be with Christ." As the supreme hour 
drew near he was heard to exclaim, ** Is this earth 
or heaven ? If it be earth it must be that part which 
is nearest heaven." 

Chables a. Bxro was bom in Bockbridge County, 
Vs., February 21, 1820, and died in Westminster, 
Md., March 2, 1890. On the 2d of March. 1889. he 
was brought into vital relationship with Methodism 
by being converted to God at her fdtars, and by then 
uniting in church fellowship with her people. In 
the spring of 1848 Brother Keid was received on 
trial in the Baltimore Conference, and for the first 
three years of his it'merant life was assigned to duty 
in the mountains of south-west Vir^nia, his appoint- 
ments in that region being regarded as the most try- 
ing fields of labor then withm the bounds of the 
Conference. Coming to Maryland in 1846, he trav* 
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While in this btft named work he became aoqoainted 
with the &unUjr of Mr. Joshua Warfield, a prominent 
eitixen of Carroll County^ Md., whose hospitable 
home during his fkUier*s life had been Kahop^ A»- 
bury'a principal stopping-plaoe when he was viidting 
that section, and that watt also noted as one of the 
always open houses for the entertainment of Metho- 
dist preachers. It was here Brother Beid met the 
lady who became his wife— ^izabeth, the daughter 
of Joshua Warfield. After sharing with him the 
toils and experiencing with him the peculiar satisfac- 
tions of the itinerancy for nearly forty years, his 
faithful and devoted helpmeet survives him. The 
remaining years of our brother's ministry were passed 
in MaryUnd, with the excepti<m of one year in 
Staunton, one in Alexandria, and part of a year in 
Martinsburg, W. Va.'^rom which last place he was 
driven by tne armies of the ConfedenK^ — and one 
year at u nion Chaige in Washinffton, D. C. He 
served with marked snecess North BaltioKyre Station, 
Union Square, Franklin Street, and Jefferson Street, 
in BaMmore. As a preacher Brothed Beid was noted 
for the clearness and directness of his statem e n t s, the 
closeness with which he kept to the Scripture he was 
expounding, and for the tremendous earnestness with 
which he pressed home the truth on oonsdence and 
heart. And his preaching was nearly always '* in 
demonstration of the Spirit." The ** signs follow- 
ing" were mat and gracious at neariv every ap- 
pointment he served. Bevivals of religion were 
among the usual features of his pastoratert. He is 
remembered by his brethren who know him in the 
prime of his ministnr as one of the most successful 
soul-winners of the Conference. In his administra- 
tion of the law of the Church in cases of members 
who were guilty of infracting it, he was strict to a 
decree sometimes thought to be extreme and inju- 
dicious. Solicitous to add to the Church such as were 
being saved, and honored of Ood to a remarkable 
degree in the achievement of thut result, lie never- 
theless never shrank fh>m the expulsion of those 
that **widked disorderly" when tne circumstances 
seemed, in his judgment, to call for such action. 
The last fifteen years of Brother Beid's life were 
years of blessed quiet and rest. In his country home, 
or in his comfortable residence in Westminster, he 
Uved in comparative f^^eedom from care ; like his di- 
Tine Lord, going about doing good; busy as his 
strength would allow in wotka of mercy^ charity, 
and love, mellowing with the years, maturing in the 
graces of the Christlv mind. Very early in the 
morning of Sunday, March 2. and just as the flftv- 
flrst anniversary of his secona birth was being ush- 
ered in, he was suddenlv turned into the valley 
called Death, and before tne dov was done had swept 
out of it into the broad place of the celestial country. 

Jambs Gambub. one of the fiithers of the Baltimore 
Conference, was bom near Carlisle, Pa., on the 22d 
of February, 1802, and died in Haprerstowu, Md., on 
the evening of Monday. March 10, 1890. He was 
converted to God in Wmchester, Ya. In 1837 he 
entered the regular ministiy, joining the Baltimore 
Conference, and being appointed to Bath Circuit. Va. 
His Bucoeeding appointments were Christiansourg 
Circuit, Va.; Covington Circuit, Vo.; Beerfiold Circui^ 
Ya., Baltimore Home Mission^ East Bedford Circuit, 
Pa.; Monroe Circuit, Ya.; Sinamahoning Mission, 
Pa.; Luaeme Circuit, Pa.: West Clearlield, Pa.; Bal- 
timore Ci^ Mission, Dallas Street Station, Harford 
Mission, Md.; Montour Mission, Dunville, ra.; Lib- 
erty Valley Circuit, Pa. On the last named circuit 
his health fiuled him. It was a three weeks' circuit, 
but brother Gamble put all the appointments into 
two weeks, and attempted to conduct it on that plan. 
The strain was too much for his strength — already 
impaired by the peculiarly hard work to which he 
had been assignea during all the previous years of 
his ministry — and he so broke down under the press- 
ure that he wrote to his presiding elder to fill his 
place. Compelled to retire from the work, he with 

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his wife went to Baltimore for rest At the Confer- 
ence of 1S59 he was ffiven a supernumerary relation. 
After several yearH nad elapsed, his health being 
partially restored, he accepted tne position of citv 
missionary for all the Methodist ohanres of East Bal- 
timore, serving in that capacity firom 1865 until 1878. 
At the end of^at period he finally retired fh>m the 
active work and took up his residence in Hagerstown, 
Md. Here he continued to live until he was trans- 
ferred to the place of the ** many mansions. " Brother 
Gamble was a typical "old-fashioned" Methodist 
preacher. He possessed no extraordinarr mental or 
rhetorical power, but lie knew ** the trutn as it is in 
Jesus," and with great simplicity of speech, but un- 
mistakable cleamera and emphasis, he declared the 
Gospel of Jesus Christ. It was at a meeting of 
which he liad charge thatthe celebrated Bishop Taylor 
was converted. All of Brother Gamble's sermons 
ministered to the growth in grace of believers, and 
many of tibem were attended by remarkable displays 
of the awakening and renewing power of uoa's 
Spirit. He had an unselfish, R>vinff, sweety and 
gentle spirit, and was an example of the Christian 
perfection about which he so much loved to preach. 
He had great faith in God, and he was in favor with 
all who knew him. His life was beautiful, and his 
death was |i glorious victory. 

ArkanffflB Conferenoe. 

HxKRT jACKSoir KxwxLL wss bom in Cumber- 
land County, Me.. May 21. 1820, and was converted 
October 6, 1884, and joined the Methodist Episcopal 
Church. He was licensed to preach in tne year 
1838. He was married to Miss Harriet £. Hutch- 
inson in 1851. In 1852 he came to Arkansas and 
took charge of Solesbunr Institute. In 1858 lie 
joined the Methodist Episcopal Church. South. 
Toward the dose of 1858 he was admittea into the 
Arkansas Conference of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church, South. In 1858 he asked for, and was 
granted, a certificate of location. In 18A2 the Lord 
took fipom him the wile of his youth. In 1878 he 
was received into the Arkansas Conference of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church. Brother Newell did 
hard work on poor circuits till three years affo when 
he was placed on the superannuated list. On April 
24 in Atkins, Ark., he calmly fell asleep in Jesus. 
His remains now rest in Atkins Cemeteiy. Brother 
Newell was loved by the brethren of his Conference. 

Washington Conferenoe. 

HxiTRT Williams departed this life in the month 
of October, 1889^ aged seventy-seven years, at hb 
home in Frederick City, Md. He was united in 
marriage to Miss Elizabeth Smith many years ago. 
His consort preceded him to the glory land about a 
year ago. He joined this Conference in 1869, and 
his appointments were: Belair, Md. ; Jefferson, Oak- 
ville. Norfolk and Princess Anne, and Huntington, 
in all of which he endeared himself to the people as 
a humble Christian minister. He was a practical 
expounder of the word of life. He sustained a super- 
annuated relation for several years until his death, 
which was the result of a naimlil accident by bein^ 
burnt while kindling a fire. During the icarfiu 
period of suffering through which he passed he was 
patient, appropriating to himself this precious prom- 
ise, ^* When thou passest through the fire I will be 
with thee," and when death came to his release he 
said he was willing and ready. 

Saint Louis Conferenoe. 

Abthur p. Sallawat was bom in Queen Anne 
County, Md., Januarj* 29, 1828, and died of rheuma- 
tism at the parsonage in Tipton, Mo.. December 22, 
1889. He married Miss Mary E. Loller January 15, 
1852, at Sudlerville, Md. Brother Sallaway was 
converted and united with the Methodist Episcopal 
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Chnroh when about thirteen years of age. He came 
West in 1867. and was reoeived on probation in the 
Sunt Louis Uonfbrenoe in March of the same year. 
He filled the following appointments: Irondale Cir- 
cuit, Kimswick Circuit, Marshall Circuit, Pilot 
Grove Circuit, Smithton, East Sedalia, Windsor Cir- 
cuit, BockvUle and Schell City, East Lynn Circuit, 
Austin and Pleasant Vidley. At our Conference 
session last spring at Peiroe City he was not able to 
attend, but was appointed to Tipton Circuit Though 
in mat feebleness he immediately moved to Tipton 
and settled his fiunily in the parsonage, but his dis- 
ease (rheumatism) grew worse, so muon so that he 
was not able to preach or to perform any pastoral 
work during the vear. All through his long and 
severe illness and oonflneraent the members and 
friends at Tipton were attentive and helpful to him- 
self and ftmily. He bore his long and severe afflio- 
tiou with the patience of a Christian soldier. Brother 
Sallaway was naturally modest, diffident, and retir- 
ing, but firm, meeting every emergency with courage, 
never seeking fiivor or place, never neglecting duty, 
caring for all the interests of the Church. Bevivals 
attended his minbtry, churches were built, debts 
were cleared, unhappy divisions in tlie churon were 
healed. Among his successes in building churches 
and parsonages we mightjpolnt to the <murches at 
Marsliall, iLilta Bend, East Lynne, Centerview 
church in the East Lynn Chsrge, and the paisonaffe 
at Windsor. He believed in the doctrines of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church and preached them. 
He believed in her usaoes and practiced them. He 
kept the rules of the Church and made no attempt 
to mend them. He was a man of irreproachable 
character, and a htunble and sincere Christian 
minister. 

RussBLL M. MoRGAir was bom in East Tennessee, 
December 25, 1809, and died in Eureka Springs, 
Ark., February 17, 1890. He nuuried Miss Catharine 
Kearney, September 24, 1888. Brother Morgan was 
converted in 1842, and in 1848 he was licensed to 
preach, and supplied Osceola Circuit. For four years 
ne supplied charges in south-west Missouri, and then 
moved to Arka^ias. and entered the traveling con- 
nection of the Metnodist Episcopal Church, Bouth. 
In that Church he labored fiuthfullv until the break- 
ing out of the Civil War^ when ne enlisted in the 
Union army and served faithfUlly in the ranks until 
taken prisoner by the Confederates. After his ex- 
change he servea as chaplain of the Fiilh Kansas 
Volunteers until the dose of the war. In 1866 
Brother Morgan joined the Saint Louis Conference 
of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and was appointed 
to Commerce Circuit. In 1867, as he wss bringing 
his family fix>m Illinob, where they had been re- 
moved during the war, when about ton miles from 
Jackson, Mo., his wife was seized with cholera and 
died that night ; and, because of circumstances then 
existing, he wss compelled to perform the last sad 
rites of burial himself, and wend his way with his 
motherless family to his charge. In this Conference 
Brother Morgan has served Commerce, Perryville, 
De Soto, Biohlaud, Salom and Weut Flams Charges, 
in all of which he did faithful work. In the fall of 
1871 he married Mrs. C. J. Smith, of De Soto, Mo., 
who survives him. During his pastorate at Salem he 
had a stroke of paralysis, from which, however, he 
sufficiently recovered to do his work. During his 
second year at West Plains, while holding a pro- 
tracted meeting, he was suddenly stricken with 
blindness, from which he never recovered. He 
preached his last sermon during this meeting in total 
blindness. In 1878 he received another stroke of 
paralysis, from which he never really recovered, 
trom that day to the day of his death he was a con- 
stant suflfercr, and especially so during the last year 
of his life. He endured it aU with mat patience and 
fortitude. Though paralyzed and blind he retained 
his vigor of intellect, devotion of heart, and un- 
dimmed faith in Christ to the end. 



South Kansas Conferenoa 

Hknrt W. Rsed was bom in Hillsdale. N. Y., 
May 7, 1818, and died at his home hi Baldwin Citj,* 
Kan., August 2$, 1889. He became a minister b^ 
fore reaching his migori^, and was admitted on tiial 
in New York Conference m 1888, and was appointed 
to Durham and Windham Circuit. In a year the or- 
cnit was divided, and Brother Reed was appointed 
to Windham and PrattsvUle. In 1885 he wss ad- 
mitted into the Kew York Conference and ordained 
deacon, and was transferred to Illinois CoBferenoe, 
and appointed to Dubuque, la. In 188i ke was or- 
dained elder and returned to Dubuque. In 1888 be 
was appointed to Oneida, West Mission, and In 188^ 
to PUttville, Wis. In 1840 he was made Presiding- 
Elder of Plattville District, where he oontiamd two 
years. By the division of the Conftrenoe he fell 
to Book Khrer Conferenoe, and in 1M2 was sta- 
tioned at Galena, HI. In 1848 he was ^pointed to 
Dubuque District. lows^^ and served f)ur years. 
Iowa was sepanled from Rock River by the General 
Coi^erence of 1844. and Dr. Reed was secretary of 
the lint session of Iowa Conference. In 1847 he 
waa appointed to Bloomington Mlssieo District, 
where ne continued throe years, the Mune being^ 
changed to Iowa City Distnct in 1849s. In 1860 he 
was appointed to Upper Iowa District, uid continued 
four years. In 1854 he was appointed to Dnbuoue 
Circmt, and continued two years, including with nis 
work the second vear the agencv c4 Fayette Sem- 
inary. In 1856 ne was made Presiding Elder of 
Dubuque Distriet, and continued fi>ur vears. In 
1880 he was appointed to Epworth, and in 1861 he 
was made' presiding elder of Iowa Citv District 
again. In 1862 he was appointed by Prei«idont Lin- 
coln agent of the Blackt'eet Indians and Commis- 
sioner to trade with the Indians. In 1864 he was 
again stationed at Epworth. In 1865 he became 
supernumerary. In 1868 he was again made pre- 
siding elder of Dubuque District, and continued 
four years. In 1872 he was appointed Indian agent 
amoEig the Idaho Indians, and assigned to Fort Hall, 
sustaining a supernumerary relation in Upper Iowa 
Conference. At the cloee of this serrioe he removed 
to Kansas. In 1876 he was transferred to Kansas 
Conference and stationed at Baldwin City. By a. 
division of the Conference in 1876 he fisll into South 
Kansas Conference, and continued pastor at Baldwin 
City three years. In 1879 he waa granted super- 
numerary HiUtion, in which he eontinued until 
1884, when he became superannuated. The minis- 
try of Dr. Reed extended through fifty-six years. 
Twenty were devoted to the presiding elderuhip. 
In his Conference he took a deep interest in the en- 
tire work of the Church. The prosperity steadily 
enjoyed under his personal admmistnition, and the 
scho<^ and colleges which he helped to found and 
foeter, are the monuments of his untiring devotion. 
He was an honored, fkithful, and etttcient member 
of aix General ConrertfMXs, extending from 1844 to 
1868. that of 1864 beinff omitted. During his entire 
life lie had to husband his physical renources, and 
under advancing years he was constrained to ask a 
supernumerary and then a superannuated relation. 

Jomr MoAnultt was bom in Berks County, Pa., 
October 25, 1825. and died in Emporia, Kan., Au- 
gust 18, 1889. When twenty-aeren years of age he 
came to Illinob and spent two years in Mount Morris 
Seminary, where he received hcense to preach, after 
which he spent a year in Garrett Biblical Institute. 
In 1857 he was married to Rebecca Pitner in Phila- 
delphia. Soon afterward he again came West and 
resided in Tama County, la., two years. In 1859 
he moved to Kansas, and in 1860 was appointed 
pastor of Americus Charge; the Conference then 
being called the Kansas and Nebraska Conference, 
and mcluding all the territory of Kansas, Colorado! 
and Nebraska. For twenty-five consecutive years 
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brwk in his ministry. He spent one term as pastor 
of first Church, Emporia. The other charges he 
served were: Princeton, WilliamHburg, Neosho Falls, 
Sedan, CoYville, Virgil and Salford. Four yean ego 
his wife oied. The foUowinfi: spring he received a 
saperannuated relation, and then removed to Em- 
poria, where his last battle ended in victory over 
death. No brief estimate would do juKtioe to Brother 
McAmhgr'a character and worth, llis work on the 
various cnaigaa he served and the souls that were 
led to Christ through his ministry are records which 
honor his memory on earth and m heaven. 

Datid 8. Baldwin was bom in Jay County, Ind., 
April 18, 1841, and died with cancer of the stomach 
at Burlington, Kan., April 28. 1889. He was con- 
verted December 20, 1857. At eighteen years of 
age he removed to Afarshsll County, Ind., where on 
April 8, 1862, he married Malinda C. Marsters. In 
1866 they came to Burlington, Kan., where they 
lived for six years, and during which time he re- 
ceived a local preacner's license fh>m Elder J. Shaw. 
In 1872 he was admitted on trial into the Kansas 
Conference, and in 1878^ on the division, he fell into 
the South Kainsns Conference, and has remained a 
member to the time of his death. He was ordained 
deacon in 1878 by Bishop Bowman, and elder in 
1876 by Bishop Peck. His appointments have been 
as follows: Centropolis, Quenemo and Pomona, 
Helvem, Neodesha, Coffeyville, Fredonia, Ameri- 
cus, Grcnola, North Ottawa, 31ue Mound. In 
1888, on account of impaired health, he was given a 
supernumerary relation for one year. Having been 
unable for work for over four months before uie last 
session of the Conference, he asked a superannuated 
relation, which was granted. Brother Baldwin wss 
a man devoted to hin work, careful in looking after 
every interest of the Church, and sucoessfiil in lead- 
ing souls to Christ, He was a good pastor, a good 
preacher, and a wise counselor. In his long and 
painful sicknew he was a patient sufferer. As he 
neared the end his soul triumphed over death, 
and his end wus peace. From his sick bed he lea 
in the prayer at the family worship on Sunday 
mominff, lx;tween eight and nine o'clock he ceased 
to speaK, and a little after noon psssed peacefully 
away. 

Ai.KTAXDKB C. BxxNETT was tx>m In £lam»ville, 
Ya., May 29, 1856, and died in Athens, 111., Febru- 
ary 1, 1890. He moved with his widowed mother 
and other members of the family to Dlinois in 1870. 
He was licensed to preach August 18, 1881, and was 
admitted on trial into tiie South Kansas Conference 
in 1882. He served efficiently and with great zeal 
the following charges, namely : Elk City one year, 
Grenola one year, independence Circuit one year, 
Thayer two years, Altamont one year. Coy ville, one 
year, when, on account of failing health, he was 
compelled to ask for a superannuated relation, which 
was granted by his Conterence last March at Bald- 
win. Hoping a change of climate would prove bene- 
ficial, ho spent a few months in Arkansas, but finding 
no relief, he turned his steps towurd his former 
home in Illinois, where he might at least ei^'ov the 
coveted privilege of a mother's presence, and where, 
in the event of his death, he could be laid to rest 
with his own people. He sank peacefully to rest, 
leaving the blessed assurance to his wife and motlier 
and ouers that the faith he had preached was amply 
able to sustain him in the ** swelling of Jordan." 

MuRDocK M. Campbell was bom in Neosho 
County, Kan., September 10, 1801, and died April 
12, 1889. He wa:^ admitted on trial into the South 
Kansas Conference in 1886, and married Miss Alice 
Ashby May 12, of the same year. Ho was admitted 
into full connection with the Conference in 1888. 
Since his admission into the traveling connection he 
was pastor of Ottawa Circuit, Homewood Circuit, 
and YoUey Chupel, and at the same time carrying a 



course of study in the university. Brother Camp- 
bell's life was one of struggle. He was an admirable 
character^ an example of genuine manliness. He 
was Ann in his convictions of right j not cerlsorious, 
but conscientious. He had high notions of Christian 
living, and lived in harmony with his elevated 
thought. As a preacher he was plain, practical, and 
spiritual, holding before his hearers his lofty ideal. 
In his death the greater bereavement ftdls upon his 
young wife and little daughter. He triumphed 
gloriously, and this last victory was but the crown- 
ing of a noble life. 

Central Missouri Conference. 

Edgar Prrrs was bom in Ylrglnia, February 15, 
1827f and died at his residence in Springfield, Mo., 
April 5, 1889. He joined the Conference in 1868. 
Brother Pitts was pastor of Wesley Chapel at Saint 
Louis when It was Known as ^ Little Rock" 6huroh, 
and also again after the name was changed. He was 
pastor of Sedalia church for several years and did 
much to promote the cause of Methodism wherever 
he labored. He was a faithfhl pastor, an affectionate 
father, and an earnest Christian worker. Brother 
Pitts ranked among the worthy, faithful, and untir- 
ing workers of our Conference. He was one of those 
earnest Christian Methodist preachers who are al- 
ways ready to go anywhere the bishops see fit to 
send them. He did all in his power to Duild up the 
cause of the Master and advance Methodism. At the 
hist session of this Conference held in Louisiana, Mo., 
he received his last appointment fh)m Bishop Warren. 
During this time Brother Pitts was unable to attend 
the Conference, being confined at home with an 
attack of pneumonia lever, from which he never re- 
covered. The end came rather suddenly, but the 
faithful servant hailed with Joy the coming of the 
Master. His htst words were to the effect t^at ^^ all 
was woll.»» 

Mexico Conference. 

Smoif LozA was bom October 28, 1855, in Churi- 
piceo. State of Guamyuato, Mexico. His parents 
were deeply religious but not fanatical, and tiiey 
took great pains in tlie cultivation of their son's 
heart, preparing him for life's confiict. Trained 
under tne influence of liberal and noble principles 
his soul rejected with indignation the errors of the 
Roman Catholic Church. He acquired noteworthy 
literarjr triumphs in some of the local publications 
for which he wrote. His writings, whether scientific, 
moral, or religious, were always characterised by 
great seriousness and right judgment. March 5, 
1885, he was married in Gimni^uato to Miss Kamona 
Cabrera, who was then teacher of the girls* school 
in connection with the Methodist Church in that 
city. On August 19, 1876, the first Quarterly Con- 
ference of our Church met in Guanajuato and granted 
a local preacher's licenso to young Loza, who less 
than three months before had come to know the 
Gospel. He at once entered upon the discharge of 
his duties, and attracted the sympathies of all who 
heard him. His preaching, always impregnated by 
remarkable purity of doctrine, became more anil 
more spiritual by reason of his own growth in spir- 
ituality. On Januarv 29, 1882, Brother Loza received 
deacon's orders at the hands of Bishop Andrews, 
and on January 18, 1885, he was ordained elder by 
Bishop Harris, and was one of the original members 
of the first Annual Conference of the Methodist Epis- 
copal Church in Mexico. During more than six 
yeors he labored as assistant pastor in Guanajuato, 
where many souls rememberea Jiim as the instru- 
ment In God's hands for their conversion. After- 
ward he was sent in the same relation to the churcii 
in Ohxaba, and soon became preacher in charge of that 
important work. The fidePity with whicli he dis- 
charged all his duties as a minister showed once afain 
the nobility and rectitude of his moral principle. 

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During the five yean of his reeidenoe in Orizaba 
he acquired an extended influence among different 
classes of society in the State of Vera Crus, and 
placed the Protestant cause on a footing of respecta- 
bility far greater than it had there enjoyed. In 1888 
he was appointed to the pastorate in Puebla. and 
passed a year of active and zealous labors, building 
up tlie Church in that city with praiseworthy success. 
Scarcely had he entered upon his second year's serv- 
ices when the sickle of death cut the thread of his 
existence and our beloved Brother Losa entered 
into rest. 

Maine Conference. 

Onstillb Habvbt Stetxns was bom in Kenne- 
bunkport, Me., February 1, 1881, and died in New- 
field, x^ovember 28, 1889. His parents were among 
the earliest Methodists in that part of the Sute. At 
the age of eleven he was converted, and soon after 
was received into the Methodist Bpiscopal Church. 
In the spring of 1869 he joined the Maine Conference 
and was stationed at Falmouth and Cumberland. 
His subsequent appointments were Cornish, Durham, 
Falmouth, Kittery,Goodwin*s Mills, Fryeburff,York, 
Mount Vernon, Wavne, Cane Porpoise, and New- 
field. Last Novemoer,' whue holding a series of 
meetings in Newfldd, he met with an accident when 
he was procuring wood for the church furnace, and 
took a severe cold which resulted in pneumonia. He 
was not thought dangerously ill, but after three 
days' sickness he suddenly passed away by paralysis 
of the heart November 28, 1889, a^rad fillv-eight 
years. In 1860 he was married to Miss Clarinda 
Cobb, of Brunswick, who died in 1867. In 1870 he 
married for his second wife Miss Olive Downing, of 
Kennebunkport. Brother Stevens was a good man, 
eentle imder ffreat trials, loving and true to his 
Friends, faithful and successfU in the service of his 
Master. The church edifice at Mount Vernon is a 
monument of his persevering energy. Converts in 
the different char^ are his living epistles of com- 
mendation, and his name is enshnned in the hearts 
of his sorrowing widow, his beloved daug[hter, and 
his wide circle of friends. His praise is in the 
Church he loved and served so well, and his r^pord 
is on high. 

JoHK MrroHKLL was bom in Newfield, Me., Sep- 
tember 10, 1819, and died at Kezar Falls, Mo., De- 
cember 16, 1889, aged seventy years. When fourteen 
years of age he was soundly converted. At the ago 
of twentv-six he joined the Maine Conference, and 
continuea to preach until 1874, with five years inter- 
mission, during which time ill health compelled him 
to rest from ministerial work, but not to desist en- 
tirely from labor. He purchased a farm in Franklin 
County and cultivated the soil. At the end of that 
time, with recruited health, he resumed the active 
work of the miuistrv, and was appointed to Fairfield, 
where he remained only six months, when he en- 
gaged in the service of the Christian Commission for 
two years. He was afterward appointed chaplain 
to the Sixteenth Maine Begiment, where he raith- 
fuUy served until the surrender of Lee. Aiter the 
war he gave himself with renewed viffor to minis- 
terial work with marked success untU 1874, when 
failing health compelled him to retire. He took a 
superannuated relation, and lived in comparative re- 
tirement with his beloved wife until her death in 
1SS8. The last year and a half of his life was spent 
with his daughter, whose kind ministrations soothed 
his passage to the grave. As long as strength held 
out he attended the services of the sanctuary, where 
his presence was a blessing, and his testimony and 
^mycrs an inspiration to duty. A good man and a 
laithiul Christian has passed from our midst. 

S. F. Wktherbes was bom in Harvard, Mass., 
January 28, 1815, and died in Kennebunk April 24, 
18l>0. He was converted in Dexter. Me., December, 
1888. He was received on trial in tne Maine Confer- 



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enoe in 1845. In due time he was passed to the ordars 
of deacon and elder, and continued to fill his plaoe 
as an effective and able minister of Christ until the 
work of life was done. He was married to MJas 
Sophia W. Hook, of Skowhegan, Maroh 4, 1838. 
Brother Wetherbee has served m quite a number of 
the most important ohaives in the Mdne and EaA 
Bfaine Conferences, and m all has been true to the 

rftt interests of tne Church and the honor of God. 
the Maine Conference no man has taken a deeper 
and more helpftil interest in the welfare of our super- 
annuated ministers than he, and we owe much to his 
efforts in the increased amount of our oollections for 
theseneedy and worthy men of God. He was twice 
elected to the General Conference, and there, as in 
every other place of trust, he was raithfhl to tne du- 
ties committed to his care. His sickness was brief, 
and in the midst of suffering he was able to say : 
''All is bright. AUisolear. Glory to God!" 

Central Pennsylvania Conlldrenoe. 

A. Ddkoait Yooum was bom in York, Pa., Feb- 
ruary 26. 1888, and died in Altoona, Pa., Juno 14, 
1889. He was a soldier in the war for the preserva- 
tion of the Union, and at the beginning of the war 
was commissioned second lieutenant of Company H, 
York Voltigeurs, April 22, 1861. On December 8, 
1862, he was commissioned first lieutenant of Com- 
pany C, One Hundred and Sixty-sixth Begiment, 
Pennsylvania Volunteers. He entered the ministry 
in the Methodist Episcopal Church in 1866, becoming 
a member of the £ast Baltimore, now Central Penn- 
sylvania Conference. The following is a list of his 
appointments: Newport, Mifflin Circuit, Great 
Island, McVey town, Second Church, Chambersbuix; 
Clearfield, Milton, Bellefonte, Carlisle. First Church, 
Altoona; Everett, Carlisle again. Eighth Avenue, 
Altoona. Those names srive a very inadequate idea 
of his labor in the wo& which he loved, and to 
which he devoted his entire self. Brother Yocum 
was married April 2, 1868, to Laura M. Gere. Our 
brother entered upon his work in Altoona with his 
usual seal and ardor. On the second Sunday after 
his arrival, while in the pulpit and while reading the 
second hymn, he had a slight attack of what is now 
known to have been paralysis. Beyond a temporary 
loss of vision he seemed to experience no ill effects, 
and after a brief delay proceeded with his services, 
preaching an excellent sermon. He was advised to 
take a vacation, but decided to go on with his work, 
at least to the extent of preaching one sermon a week, 
and this he did, attending also to all the other varied 
duties which crowd into a minister's life. His last 
words to his con^gation, except the reading of the 
Scriptures, were in connection with the appointment 
of a temperance prayer-meeting for the following 
Wednesday evening, and the sermon which he had 
carefully prepared,l}ut was not permitted to deliver, 
was a temperance sermon fh>m Paul's noble words : 
^* We then that are strong ought to bear the infirmi- 
ties of the weak, and not to please ourselves." 
While reading the Scripture lesson he was stricken 
down. He was removed to the parsonage, but never 
regained consciousness, and voiceless he passed from 
labor to reward. If we speak of Brother Yocum as a 
man, we come directlv to his heart, a larpe, generous 
heart that ever throbbed in sympathy wiih the woes 
ot all with whom he came in contact. He was gen- 
erous to a fault. He was indeed the exemplification 
of all that is Christ-like in human character. Modest, 
gentle, sweet-spirited, charitable, none could know 
him and not love him. As a minister he shunned 
not to declare the whole counsel of godliness. He 
possessed more than ordinary literary talent, and 
was fond of giving expreesion to his thouffnt in 
metrical form. His sermons were models of literary 
beauty. Everv sentence fitted into its place. But 
they instructed as well as pleased. There was spir- 
itual food in all he said. But, after all, his life was 
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Holy GhoBt No one could have taken bim for any 
thing but God*s minister. And all who came in 
contact with him were moved by the transpareut 
purity, the tweet temper of hia life. It ia not sur- 
priainff that he paseeu into the embrace of death as 
a chila fiUls into slumber in iti mother*B arms. The 
Eternal anus weie about and around him. An a 
pastor he was a modeL The habit of hia life was 
devotion to all duty, and he was regular and con- 
stant in his visita to the homes of his people. His 
work is done, having devoted his superior abil- 
itiea and best years to the work of God and the 
Church. 

Oum BttB. This name that for many years 
stood first on the roll of the Central Pennsylvsnia 
Conference will appear there no more. He was bom 
in Boiling Springs, Pa., in the year 1800, and died 
in Meohaniosburg. Pa., August 9, 1889, in the 
ninetieth year of his sge, and the sixty-second of 
his ministrr. Between the dates Just given was 
oomprehenaed a life as useful and honored ss it was 
extended. He was converted to God and united with 
the Methodist Episcopal Church in Harritburg, Pa., 
in 1819. It was not veir long after his commence- 
ment of the Christian life when the thoughts that he 
cheriahed touching the Christian ministry crystal- 
li»d into convictions, and he then invested the money 
he had saved— the earnings of a modest business 
venture—in punning AirUier studies under a Dr. 
Hewing for about two years. He was licensed to 
exhort Maroh 88, 1825. Two yean later he wss ad- 
mitted on trial into the Baltimore Conference. In 
1889 he was ordained deacon b^ Bishop Bobens, and 
on Maroh 80. 1881, he waa ordained elder by Bishop 
Eiyah Hedding. in February. 1888, he wss united 
in marriage to Miss Susanna P. Thompson, of Ber- 
wick, Pa. For thirty-three yean he worked faith- 
fully for God and man. He waa a splendid type of 
that class of godly men who, for the ^oy that wim set 
before them, endured tlie cross, despised the shame, 
gloried in tribulation, and coutiuued with heroic 
peraevennce, toiling on until they saw the pleasure 
of the Lord prosper in their hand, the wilderness 
and the desert place blossom and rejoice ss the rose, 
and where sin abounded ^raoe did much more 
abound. We can only surmise what their emotions 
must have been as they witnessed the marvelous 
growth of their loved Church. Doubtless their 
mtitude wss equaled only by the reverent wonder 
Uiat ever and anon found expression iu the words, 
** What hath God wrought.*' The charges served bv 
Brother £ge during his active ministry were: Concord, 
Phillipsbm, Bellefonte, Sunbury, Berwick, Ly- 
coming, l^rthumberland, Sunbuiy again. Great 
Falls, Codorus Mission, Shrewsbunr, East Hereford, 
Ebenezer, Patapsco Station, Calvert, Newport, 
Severn, Great Falls, Frederick Circuit, York Springs, 
Wrightsville. As a preacher he was strong and ef- 
fective. He did not affect the arts of the orator nor 
seek the polish of the rhetorician. One who beard 
him long ago said : ** He was direct, earnest, forcible 
and heart searching.*' In 1860 he was given a super- 
numerary relation, and for the remainder of his life, 
twenty-nine yean, he was non-effective. 

JosxpH Benson Akxbs was bom in Akenville, Pa., 
February 8, 1829, and at the time of his death, Octo- 
ber 87, 1S89, was in his sixty-flnt year. His educa- 
tional advantages were of a most excellent character, 
and by a diligent applicatlou of his time and ener;{cies 
he acquired a rich store of knowledge, with which, 
under the guiding and directing influences of the 
Holy SpiriL he became a polished minister of the 
Gospel of tne Son of God. Immediately after his 
graouAtion iix>m Dickinson College, in 1858, he en- 
tered the East Baltimore Conference of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church. At Lewiflburg he was ordained 
deacon by Bishop Morris, Mar^ 4, 1860. Two 
yean later at Baltimore, March 9, 1862, Bishop 
Ames ordained him an elder. The following are the 



appointments which he filled : Shrewsbury. York 
Springs. Catawissa, Sharpsburg and Clear spring, 
Meroenourg, Liberty. Freedom, Port Matilda. In 
1871 he was Principal of Catawissa Seminary, and 
he then filled the following appointments: White 
Haven, Hiner*s Bun, Howard, Penn's Valley, Glen 
Hope, Bellwood, Shrswsbury again. In 1889 ne was 
superannuated. He waa assistant secretary of the 
East BaltioAore Conference several years, and when 
the Central Pennsylvania Conference wss formed 
filled a similar portion under Dr. D. S. Monroe, the 
secretary. Hia ministerial work ended where it be- 
gan, at Shrewsbury, York County. After thirty-one 
yean of faithful tou in the Churoh of his choice he 
asked a superannuated relation, and removed to his 
home at Bellwood to ei^Joy his weU-eamed rest. But 
on the 2d of April he waa stricken with panlysis, 
and rallied but slowly through the summer, only 
to sink peacefhllT to rest with the falling of the 
autumn leaves. He waa conscious of his approach- 
ing departure and had **Bet his house in order*' 
in every particular. With the words **PTai»e the 
Lord,'* ** Almost home," he passed fh>m labor to 
reward. 

AuEM BuTTAiir waa bom near Light Street, Pa., 
September 17, 1809, and departed Uiia Ufa at his 
residence in Bloomsbui]^, Pa.. November 9, 1889. 
By reason of the hardahips of tne itineranov and the 
burden of fourscore, he had become of late yean 
^ such a one as Paul the aged." Yet he w^ ac- 
tive, his infirmities not preventing locomotion ; ap- 
parently in his usual ncalth, with the exception 
latterly of an intense udn about the chest. Not 
until tne morning of tne day of his decease, how- 
ever, was it deemed necesttary to call a physician, 
nor did his condition awaken serious anprehension. 
But Just as the evening shades prevailea the Master 
called for him, and the ligiit of his life went out with 
the day. The deceased was married April 6, 1834, 
to Miss Jemima P. Goodfellow, of Clearfield County, 
who thenceforth shared hia toils, and survives him. 
Brother Brittain traveled tlie Philipsburg Circuit, 
lying then in Center, Clearfield, Indiana, and Elk 
Counties, the three weeks* round l)eiug three hundred 
miles in extent, and requiring seventeen to twenty 
sermons, finding his wav sometimes bv deer and elk 
paths from one new settlement to anotner^ sometimes 
swimming his hone through the streams m midwin- 
ter, and deprived of the comforts of a fire until having 
traveled fifteen miles ftirther. His compensation 
was five dollan per month. He entered the old 
Baltimore Conference in 1880, and his appK>intment8 
thereafter were : Concord^ Bellefonte, Phillipsburg, 
Berwick^ HoUldaysburg Circuit, superannuaUxi, Sun- 
bury, Milton Circuit, Berwick again, Bellefonte Cir- 
cuit Warrion Mark, Huntingdun, Penn*8 Valley, 
Lock Haven. Bellefonte Circuit again, West Harford, 
East Harford, Chamberaburg, Carlisle Circuit, chap- 
lain United States Army, superannuated aoain, Ber- 
wick Circuit, Janesville, Mount Carmel, Espy and 
Light Street^ Beach Haven, Buck Horn, superan- 
nuated the third time. In preaching his method was 
generally expository. His extensive acquiuntanoe 
with Holy Scriptures, his readiness and accuracy 
in quoting them, made him a workman that needed 
not to be ashamed. His manner was affectionate, at 
times pathetic. His life was consistent. Not of him 
could it be said when in the pulpit he ought never 
to come out, and when out he ougnt never to return. 
In the homes of the people his presence was a bene- 
diction. His communion with the heavenly Father 
made his presence as if he had lust come out from 
the holy place. He was catholic spirited toward 
other orthodox communions, noting with interest 
their generous rivalries, and yet he intelligently and 
ardently loved the Methodibt economy, studied and 
often auly defended it against all comers. H-s 
always knew hL» place, and was never obtrusive, 
but when the faith needed a defender his opposer 
would realize the nignificance of " the Church mili- 
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tant " and meet a " foeman worthy of his steel." He 
loved the sanctuary : though somewhat inf rm and 
dull of hearing, his lively interest in the services of 
his Father*ii house always prevailed. He was an atten- 
tive worshiper. He was present to eigoy the voiy 
last Wednesday evening prayer-meeting oefore his 
death. 

FuAXKua Gbarhabt was bom June 18, 1821, 
near Danville, i*a., was converted at the age ot 
eighteen, entered the ministry at twenty-four, oon- 
tinued in active and efficient service until his sixtieth 
year, died January 81, 1890, in his sixty-ninth year. 
The loss of his good mother had quite an influence 
in turning his mind to a religious life. Brother 
(iearliart's mind was. active, and more interested in 
the study of the Bible than of any other book. His 
educational advantages were limited to the common 
schools, and to an anemic training at Berwick, Pa. 
He entered the Baltimore (Conference in 1845. In 
the division of the Baltimore Conference in 1857 
Brother Oearhart became a member of the East Bul- 
timore Conference. In the division of the £ust Bal- 
timore Conference in 1868 he became a member of 
the Central Pennsylvania Conference. His appoint- 
ments were: Alle^himyCirouit, Md.; HunUngdon, 
Lewistown Circmt. Williamsbarg. Bald Kafle, 
W rights ville, Gettysburg, Summerfield, Md.; Miffiin 
Circuit, Lewistown Circuit Affain, Northumberland, 
BloomsDurg, Milton Circuit, Catawissa, New Bloom- 
field, Hanover,WatBontown, supernumerary, Hughes- 
ville, Orangeville, Wat^ntown afain, Catiiwis»a 
a^in, MontoursviUe, Loyalsock, »nd to the dose of 
his life supemumerai^. He was a ffood man, a good 
preacher, and an efficient worker. lie achieved great 
success on Mifflin Circuit, Lewistown, Bloomsburg, 
Catawissa, Northumberland, and New Bloomtield. 
Many conversions and additions to the Church 
blessed his labors in these fields. On Catawissa Cir- 
cuit a heavy debt was canceled. On Milton Circuit 
a new church was organized. On Blooinsburg Cir- 
cuit there were many conversions and a greatly 
strengUiened ohaige. It was under his pastorate 
that Bloomsburg and Espy, together with Light 
Street, became separate chai)res. At New Bloomfleld 
the church received about eighty accessions, and be- 
came greatly strengthened. During his supernumer- 
ary relation he preached, at times regulurly, and 
then as he was able. About two years before his 
death he was stricken with a slight sun-stroke, from 
the effects of which he never fully recovered. On 
Monday, January 27, he was taken with influenza. 
During Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, he 
seemed to hold his own against the disease, but on 
Friday he rapidly grew worse, and fell into the sleep 
of death a uttle after midnight. Only to the re- 
deemed of the Lord does the sepulcher become a 
crystal window, through which there flashes upou 
the soul the coming glory of the kingdom of CkkL 
** Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see 
God.^' He was married in 1854. His wife, four 
sons, and a daughter survive him. One son is a 
member of the Central New York Conference. 

Jam£8 T. Wilson was bom near Salona, Pa., Oc- 
tober 22. 1834, and departed this life in Duncannon, 
Pa., Februarv 2T, 18JM), aged fifty-six years. The 
home of his cnildhood and youth was most conducive 
to a life of piety. As exemplar^r Christians and fer- 
vent Methodists the praise of his parents was in all 
the churches. With such careAil tramiiig 'tis not sur- 
prising that he was early converted to God, and ever 
after lived a consistent life. In 1857 he was recom- 
mended for admission on trial into the traveling con- 
nection by the Meadville (Erie Conference) Quarterly 
Conference, and two years later was received into 
full membership in the East Baltimore Conference. 
He was married May 83, 1860, to Miss Sophia L. 
Bollinger, of Millerstown, Pa., who survives him. 
His wait not a monotonous mimstry. The work he 
did was varied in character as it was in the main 



successful in results. His appointments were as fol- 
lows : Manor Hill, Newport, Lewistown Circuit, Con- 
cord, Mifflin Circuit, Liberty Valley, Great Xslandf 
chaplain United States Army, Jersey Shore, Mifflin- 
burg, Weatherly, Salladasbuig, Biveraide, White 
Haven, Third Street, Williamsport: Simpson Church, 
Duncannon, Mount Holly. In the pulpit he waa 
animated, fervent, forcible, dear. Some of his ser- 
mons were characterized by genuine eloquence ; all 
were cogent presentations of the truth, well adapted 
to awaken and edify. As a pastor he was sympathetio 
and faithtuL Ho was as much loved for his pastoral 
visiting as he was admired for his pulpit efforts. He 
was ft warm friend, genial companion, manly SMm. 
The courage and patriotism that made him a loyal 
and devot^ servant of his country, which he loved 
only less than the Church—leading to enlistment aa 
lieutenant, subsequent capture, then rescue and ap- 
pointment as chaplain of the Two Hundred and 
Seventh Pennsylvania Volunteers from September, 
1864, to July, 1865— characterized him through life 
and disiin^ished him as an intelligent and oonsci- 
entious citizen. At length came the closing hours of 
his life-d^. Like a winter day the twilight shadows 

giithered in the afternoon. In September of last year 
eart failure occasioned him great trouble, bo that 
for a brief pcoiod he sought relief and rest by a short 
recess spent in Duncannon. He began to improve, 
and the advice of his fViends to continue his recess 
until Conference was therefore disregarded. He 
could not bear the thought of ceasing the work he 
loved so well — proclaiming the ** unsearchable riches 
of Christ." Accordingly be returned to his char^ 
and resumed his pastoral duties. Not lon^ atVer his 
return to Mount Holly a recurrence of his dh«ease 
compelled him in December to resign his char;^, and 
in ft feeble condition he found a home with his son. 
Soon after he took his bed, and for a while hope al- 
ternated with fear as to the probable outcome. Ea- 
gerly he desired to recover sufficiently to attend the 
session of our Conference. But suoli was not the 
Father's will. He fiuled gradually untd the close of 
Januai^ or the beginning of February, when he was 
the recipient of a special baptism of divine power, 
and realized in a remarkable degree the divine pres- 
ence. Two days before his death, while at his oed- 
side, a lady friend remarked that she took delight in 
Brother Wilson's singing of the hynm, ** How nappy 
every child of grace," etc. It was sung. The quea^ 
tion was askec^ ** Does he understand it now! Is 
he conscious of the hymnt" With great effort 
speech came, and lie said, ** How hap|>y I " as if to 
assure them. He peacefully £bU asleep in Jesus 

Missouri Conference. 

Ajlad S. Lakin was bom in Delaware County, 
N. Y., May 7, 1810, and died in Hockport, Mo., Jan- 
uarv 21, 18tK). Brother Lakin was converted to God 
in his eighteenth year, and was admitted into the 
Now York Conference m 1885. In 1887 he married 
Achsah Newton, who proved herself ft fit helpmeet 
and source of inspiration to him in all his trials and 
triumphs. In 1855 he was transferred by Bishop 
Ames to the North Indiana Conference, where he 
labored nntil the breaking out of the War of the 
Rebellion, when he enlisted as a private, but soon 
rose to be chaplain of his regiment, whicn position 
he held until the close of the war. On his return 
from marching with Sherman to the sea he united 
with the Cincinnati Conference. When the call came 
from the scattered flock in the South for "help" 
Brother Lakin responded, and was appointed oy 
Bishop Clark to tliis dangerous field, where ho 
labored successfully amid almost insunnouutable ob- 
stacles and appalling dangers. He represented the Ala- 
bama Conference in the General Conference of 1872, 
and the Central Alabama Conference in 1884. When 
asked how he escaped so numy dangers, he replied, 
" I have always believed a man immortal until his 
work is done." HU wife used to sav that " so many 
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prarerB stood b«tweem Mm and the bullets that they 
could not reach him.*' When nominated for United 
States maishall of northern Alabama with a salary 
of ten thousand dollars |«r year he promptlpr d^ 
dined, saying, *' I have given my life to God and 
the Church and I cannot approonate any portion of 
it to myself.*' Sister Lakin feU asleep in Jesos in 
1883, and in 1887 Brother Lakin followed his family 
to kiasonii, ami, uniting with our Conference^as 
appointed to Rockport (JharRe. and in 1889 to Wat- 
son Cham where he served fiuthftilly until he fell, 
as be hadso often desired, " at his post and with the 
harness on." His last words werel " I know that I 
am nearing my heavenly home.'* Brave, generous, 
warm-hearted, he had many friends. Tne history 
of his work in the South has never been written ~ 
probablT never will be—but it was of the heroic 
kind. Onlr a man of iaith and courage could have 
filled his place. 



AMca Conferenoe. 

J, W. Early, H. B. CArEHEAirr. [Obituaries 
not received.] 

Bengal Conferenoe. 

Fbakk L. MoCot, Charles A. Gray. [Obitu- 
aries not received.] 

Central Alabama Conferenoe. 

A. SHBFniLD, B. MoKiKLXT. [Obituaries not 
rooeived.] 

Savannah Conferenoe. 

William H. Francis, Jamxs J. Elsbt. [Obitu- 
aries not receive.] 



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Abanatba, Allen 41* 

Abbott, A, V.R.... 69» 

Abbott, B. T 70» 

Abbott, E.B 88> 

Abbott, G. B 41« 

Abbott, H. C 68« 

Abbott, H.T.O.... lea 

Abbott, L.W 69« 

Abbott, W.T 87« 

Abele,G 40» 

Abeledo. Lino 88" 

Abomethy, L. F. .16», 83» 

Abrams, F. D 74» 

Accooe, J. U 80« 

Ace, George F 89« 

Aokerly, Ananiai^ ... 72" 

Ackerly,E. R 74« 

Ackerly, H. W 78" 

Ackerly, J, W 78« 

Ackerman, Jesse... 78* 

Ackley, J. B 78» 

Adair,' Aaron 14» 

Adanw, A 18» 

Adam8,B.M 70» 

Adams, C. W 6» 

Adams, E.T 82' 

Adams, E. W 18» 

Adam8,F 62» 

Adams, Geo . 70« 

Adams, G. W....67», 58» 

Adams, Ha wood. ... 19' 

Adams, H.J 18* 

Adams, J. A 5* 

Adams, J. E 54« 

Adams, John U 46> 



Adams, J. K. 
Adams, J. Q... 
Adams, J. W.. 
Adams, L. C. H 
Adams, L. W.. 
Adams, Moses . 
Adams, O. W.. 
Adams, P. J ... . 

Adams, R.H 81> 

Adams, R.H 48« 

Adams, R. T 6> 

Adams,S.E 80» 

Adams, T.P SV 

Adams, W. H 77» 

Adamson, C. £ 64* 

Adamson, W. W... 17> 

Addington, J. W.. 10» 

Adklnson.L. G.... 16» 

Adsit, S. M 66' 

Acrhart, J. M 27> 

Agau, C.8 67» 

Ague, G. B 51« 

Akcrs, Geo. W 38« 

Akers, J. B 51» 

Akers, J. R 61> 

Akin, D. D 84» 

Albert, A. E. P.... ir,» 

Albertson, C. C 6S» 

Albertson, E. F 68^ 

Albrecht, W.F 73> 

Albright, P.J 68« 

Albro, Addis.... 57S58» 

Alcorn, GfM> 68' 

Alday,J. H 6ii» 



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Alden, Byron 67* 

Alderman, E. G. 80«, 60» 

Alderman, J. W.... 47^ 

Alderman, M. P.... 77' 

Alderson, G. T 81' 

Alexander, Aaron.. 14> 

Alexander, A. D 68' 

Alexander, C. S 88' 

Alexander, R. H.... 48' 

Alford,S.M 66' 

Alger, N. C 78' 

AlSer, W. H 87*, 88' 

Alleman, John B . . . 68* 

AUen, A. B 6^ 

Allen, A. 8. J 7*, 8' 

AUen,B.W 8' 

Allen, C 49' 

Allen, C.F 81' 

Allen, Don A 86' 

Allen, E. L..81«, 86», 87' 

Allen, E.M 61' 

Allen, E.W 87 

Alien, G.W 69' 

Allen, Henry E 86' 

Allen, U. R 6' 

Allen, H. S 66' 

AUen, H. W. P.... 68' 

Allen, John 81 

Allen, John, Jr. . 86», 88' 

Allen, J. C •. 6' 

Allen, J. C 77 

Allen, James F 76' 

Allen, J. H 78' 

Allen, John P 87' 

Allen, J. R 89« 

AUen, J. 8 6r 

Allen,R.W 76' 

Allen, 8amuel 14' 

Alien, Wm 14' 

AUen, William A... 88' 

Allen, W.D 9' 

Allen, Wm. E 61' 

Allen, W.H 78' 

Allen, W.R 87 

Allman,F. 8 48' 

Alouso, L. G. .. 23», 24' 

Alonzo, Richard .... 26' 

Als, Thomas 8 80' 

Alston, M. M 

Amos, J. £ 66' 

Amthor, A. J 64' 

Andas, Thomas.... 

Andersen, A. J 70* 

Anderson, Alex.... 79 

Anderson, A. J 17 

Anderson, A. W. C. 83' 

Anderson, C. M.... 54' 

Anderson, E. P.... 46" 

Anderson, G.R 46 

Anderson, G. W.... 77 

Anderson, J. F 81 

Anderson, J. F 51 

Anderhon, J. N.... 6*, 6' 

Anderson, J. W . . . . 84 

Anderson, J. W 49' 

Anderson, J. W. D. 44' 

Anderson, Merritt.. 25' 

Anderson, R. B 28 

Anderson, Robert. . . 5 

Anderson, Robert... 16' 



Anderson, 8. G 49> 

Anderson, W 67» 

Anderson, W. B.... 16» 

Anderson, W. F.... 74» 

Andrew, J. F 63> 

Andrews, G. C 81» 

Andrews, R. J 87« 

Andrews, W.W.... 88» 

Andrus, F. W 72« 

Angel, J. R 89« 

Angevine,F. T 78> 

Angleman, Geo.. 47>, 48« 

Anguiano, Fidencio. 28 * 

Annibal, C. P 66* 

Ansley, Thos 10« 

Anthony, Edward.. 41> 

Anthony, E.M 77> 

Anthony, Wm 6<» 

Apgar, G. F 68» 

AppenzeUer.H. G.. 64> 

Appleman, J. M . . . . 66> 

Aquilltt, Daniel 43> 

Aqmlla, 8amuil.... 42» 

Arbuckle, W. P. 69>, 71> 

Archer, J. M 88> 

Arey, B. 8 83' 

Armistead, 8amuc1.. 16' 

Arm8,G. F 61> 

Armston, H. C 16' 

Armstrong, John B. 66" 

Armstrong, J. Z. . . . 85« 

Armstrong, R. L . . . . 61* 

Armstrong. W. P.. . 46« 

Amdt,R. S 648 

Arnold, C. H 42> 

Arnold, C.V 89» 

Arnold, Et>otiezcr. .. 57' 

Arnold, E.L 66« 

Arnold, G. A 6' 

Arnold, Geo. W 6» 

Arnold, J. D 6« 

Arringdttle, W. II... 22» 

Arrlngton, E. 8.... 36^ 

Arters,J. A 81' 

Arthur, Amos A . . . . 64» 

Arthur, Frank K... 68' 

Arthur, L IS" 

Artb,J. P 22«,23« 

Asay, 8. H 86" 

Asbury, H. C... 17', 18» 

Ash, H. M 51' 

Ashbangh, H. H.... 44' 

Ashby/W. B 41' 

Asbcran. H. C 68" 

Asher, Nojdi 83" 

Ashford, Wm 68» 

Ashley, John 46" 

Ashton, Edward.... 74" 

Ashton, J. Y 64» 

Aspril, W. H 63' 

Asten, Henry 70' 



AthertOD, ChaM 48» 



Atkins, Daniel 75" 

Atkins, Daniel 14' 

Atkins, E. C 82' 

Atkinson, Hugh.... 21' 

Atkinson, John .... 68' 

Atkinson, Kinsman. 75" 

Atkinson, Kinsman. 81" 

Atkinson, L. M.... 80' 



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Atkinson, M. W.... 80» 
Atkinson, W. H. 60», «1» 

AtwelljJ.L 65» 

August, Toney 25» 

Auguste, Jules 16" 

Austin, A. G 61> 

Austin, H. F 65« 

Austin, 8. J 88» 

Austin, Turner 8» 

Avery, W. £ 82» 

Ayers, Elijah 48» 

Ayer8,W. M 75« 

Aylesworth, D. W . . 68« 

Aylesworth, R. M.. 64» 

Ayres, D. C 66» 

Ayres, E. J 78> 

AyrcM, S. G 66» 

Ayres, T. 81* 



Babbitt, H. A 46» 

Baboock, CharleeW. 88> 

Babcock, D. C 88» 

Baboock, E.G 79« 

Babcock, G.W 68« 

Baboock, Wm. C... 66» 

Baber, G. W 27" 

Bacon, C.E 69» 

Bacon, G.C 56* 

Badley, B. H 18« 

Baez, V. D 23», 24" 

Bailey, A. F 65» 

BaUoy, Bartlett..... 27" 

Bailey, C.W 45« 

Bailey, H. W.... 10', 10" 

BaUey, J. F 68" 

Bailey, J. H 42" 

BaUey, J. R 62" 

BaUey, M.J 87" 

BaUey, Wm. H 88» 

BaUey, W. 8 16* 

Baililf, E. H 87», 47" 

Bain, George H 67» 

Bain, J. A 8» 

Baird, A. W 76" 

Baird, E. H 45* 

Baird, Joseph 71» 

Baird, O. C 88" 

Baker, A. H 89* 

Baker, C. 8 81" 

Baker, Edward.. 15', 17" 

Baker, Elmer G 61" 

Baker, E.M 67" 

Baker, F. C 79* 

Baker, F. D 87» 

Baker, G. G 66" 

Baker, G.W 84» 

Baker, H 18» 

Baker, Henry 57" 

Baker, Henry 63* 

B:iker, llenson 41* 

Baker, Joseph 37" 



Baker, J. R. 

Baker, N. A 44« 

Baker, 8. J 82» 

Baker, W. F 46> 

Baker, W. H.... 57*, 68» 

Baketol, 0.8 85" 

Baldwin, A. S 61» 

Baldwm, C, W..... 67* 
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Pate 

Baldwin, D.S 44^ 

Baldwin, F. C U^ 

Baldwin, P. W 28> 

Baldwin, R.T 47« 

Baldwin, S.L 64> 

Baldwin, W. W,... 76« 

Ball, C. W 80» 

Ball, S. A 80» 

Ball,W. F 58» 

Ballard, A. E 86' 

Ballen, Albert 77' 

Bambini, Crisanzio. 90' 

Bamford, Morris 88' 

Bamford, Wm 62' 

Bancroft, G.C 663 

Banghart, C. L 8^' 

Bani,Vittorio 90' 

Banks, A. H 16 

Banks, L. A 75= 

Banning, Carlos.... 78' 

Baptiste, Eugene... 16' 

Baragwanath, T. H. 78' 

Barber, A 46= 

Barber, A. B 74* 

Barber, Cicero 66* 

Barber, G. W 81 

Barber, W.H 81 

Barden, E. H. W... 78' 

Bardwell, G.W 27 

Bare, C. L 18' 

Barker, J. W 68 

Barlow, E.F 72« 

Barnes, Chas 16' 

Barnes, C. B 58' 

Barnes, D. C 88' 

Barnes, H.N 67' 

Barnes, Joshua 48' 

Barnes, J. W 49' 

Barnes, J. W. F.... 76' 

Barnes, R. M 68 

Barnes, Samuel 64' 

Barnes, 8.0 68- 

Barnes, W. W 66' 

Bamett, John 48 

Bamett, L. H 14' 

Bamhart»I. C 70^ 

Bamhart, J. W 69' 

Bamhart,W. S 87 

BamhiU, Matthias.. 68' 

Bamitz, A. M 62 

Barter, A. 8 67« 

Barrett, G. A 66' 

Barrett, J. W 64' 

Barrett, L.E 82' 

Barron, Wm. J 

Barrow, R. C 17 

Barrows, J. 8 75a 

Bartells, J. N 88' 

Bartholomew, J.I... 7B^ 

Bartlett, E. 11 61 

Bartlett,J. R 60' 

Bartlett, Philip 38 

Bartlett, W.B 81 

Bartlett, W. C 86'» 

Bartley. William. ... 14'^ 

Barto, 0. E 69% 71 

Barton, Geo. 81 

Barton, W. B 88 

Barton, W. H 70' 

Barwick, J. S 49' 

Bascom, P. C 54 

Baskerville, E. J... 48 

Bass, E. C 78' 

Bassett, C. H 57 », 68' 

Bassett, Edward D.. 71' 

Bassett, W. J 7 

Bates, G. H 78' 

Bates, J. Y 78 

Bates, Leroy 22' 

Bates, L. B 76 



Page 

Battle, Daniel 14^ 

Bawden, Josiah 68* 

Baxendale, John T.. 61* 

Baxter, F. L 18* 

Baxter, J. M 58« 

Bay liss, Richard F. . . 64» 

Beach, Emory C . . . . 83* 

Beach, J. B 72« 

Beach, J. W 71* 

Beach, T. C 71* 

Beadle, Samuel 84* 

Beaird, S. W 185* 

Beale, 8. H 88» 

Beale, 8. M 78* 

BeaU, T. H. C 68* 

Bean, I. A 82» 

Bean, J. M 42* 

Bean, J. M 84*, 85* 

Bean, J. W 85* 

Bean.L. H 82* 

Beard, Ira 60* 

Bearman, L. A 88* 

Beatty, H. H 69S 70» 

Beatty, James A... 68* 

Beatty, B. B 87' 

Beatty, W. M 46* 

Beattys, H. H.... 69»,70' 

Beandry. L. N...74», 84* 

Beauford,S. B 6» 

Beaver, Raphael. .18», 14* 

Bebont,8. N 54* 

Beck, Abraham.... 43* 

Beck, T. H 68* 

Beckham, G.W... . 18* 

Beckham, J. J 22* 

Beckhart,A. D 87» 

Bedell, C. C 66* 

Bedford, J. W 61* 

Beebe, C. E 58* 

Beegle, H. B 86* 

Beekman, Garrett.. 76* 

Beeks,L. A 68* 

Beeman, J. D 61» 

Beeman, L. L 60* 

Beers, G. 89* 

Beggs, F. 8 46* 

Befler, Samuel L... 70» 

Belcher, F.J 74» 

Belknap, J. W 65* 

Bell,A.F 431 

Bell,J. E 62* 

Bell, John 63* 

Bell, L.J. 8 28* 

Bell, Marion 41» 

Bell, Mordecai 46* 

Bell,M. P 61* 

Bell.N. B 27» 

Bell,E. P 42* 

Bell, Samuel 16* 

Bell,T.E 81» 

Bell, T. M 43», 44* 

Bell, Wm 29* 

Bellaine, Francis.... 46* 

Belles, A. H 53» 

Belt, James D 68* 

Belt, Osbom 66* 

Belting, Henry 87 » 

Beltz,D. C 10«, 11» 

Bemis, J. W 60* 

Bemis, N 76* 

Bender, A. J 56* 

Bender, H.B 51* 

Benedict, H. B 89i 

Beneflel, T. 8 45* 

Benford, J. P 52» 

Benjamin, C. A . . . . 39* 

Benn, Jules 16» 

Bennett, A. C 44» 

Bennett, E. L 3b* 

Bennett, 11. W 5b* 



Bennett, J. H 84^ 

Bennett, J. W 67* 

Bennett, L.M 56* 

Bennet, Philip.. . . 24«, 25* 

Bennett, W.JS 85* 

Bennett, Wm.Q.... 46* 

Benoit, Henry 79» 

Benscoter, C. L 62» 

Benson, J. G 68» 

Bent, G. R 76* 

Bent, G. W 68* 

Bentley, J. J 60* 

Bentley, L. D 77' 

Benton, J. T 77* 

Benton, 8. 79» 

Berkstresser, Geo. . . 61 1 

Bcmal, Plutarco 24* 

Bemhard, J. C 48* 

Bemreuter, Geo 78* 

Bemstorf, F. F 88* 

Berry, G. M 55*, 67» 

Beny, W. F 81* 

Berry, W. H 68* 

Besse, C. B 22* 

Be8t,A.W.J 11* 

Best,E.S 76» 

Best, W. C 63* 

Betts, Jacob 78* 

Betts, S. E 48» 

Beyer, J. 8 62* 

Beyer, W.H 62», 63* 

Blobs, Pompey 16* 

Bice, Henry 63* 

Bickertou. J. G 64* 

Bickley, C. W 64* 

Bickley,G.H.,Jr.,61«,63* 

Bicknell, I. J 67* 

Biddeson, Jeremiah. 48* 

BiddesonV.H 48* 

Biddle, Charles A... 61* 

Biddle. F. W 62' 

Biel, Carf . . 20* 

Bielaski, Alex 66* 

Bigelow, I. B 75* 

Bigelow,L. A 66> 

Bigffs, L. C 48» 

Bignam, Richard... 6* 

Bilderback.P.W... 88» 

Bilheimer, Sylvester. 67* 

Billingsley, J. J.... 16* 

BiUingsly,LeviK... 48* 

BUIm J.0 68* 

Bingham, I. 8 58* 

Biram, James 84* 

Birch, James 72' 

Birch; W. 8 68* 

Bird, W. E 56* 

Bisbee, C. E 82' 

Bisbee, Reuben 37* 

BUhopjE.S. ....... 74* 

Bishop, G.F 87' 

Bishop, J. P 41* 

Bishop, R. F 80» 

Bishop, T. W 76* 

Bissel, C. E 65* 

Bitner, Earnest F. A. 49» 

Bixby, Wm 38» 

Bixler, A. J 33' 

Black, J. H 52' 

Black, M. F 17» 

Black, R. D 45>, 46* 

Black, R. W 55a, 60* 

Blackburn, J. R., 48', 44* 
Blackett, C. W... 74', 76* 

Blackiston, W. E... 87' 

Blackman, Almanzo. 67* 

Blackman, C. W.... 81* 

BUckmore, W. P. . . 77' 

Blacknell. E. D 14* 

Blackstock, John, 12», 13'! 



Blackwell, P. W... 10« 

Blair, Elijah 14» 

Blair, H.G 38' 

Blair, W. T 87», 88' 

Blake, A. B 60* 

Blake, C. H 6', 6* 

Blake, E. A 70* 

Blake, J. H, 79', 80* 

Blake, Wm 72> 

Blakeman, W. C... 71 » 

Blakeney, R. F 18» 

Blakeslee, F. D.... 79» 

Blakeslee. W. E.... 63» 

Blanchard, E. A.... 66* 

Blanchard, H. A.... 3S' 

Blanchard, Hiram... 65* 

Blanchard, J. L 49* 

Blanco. Ramon.. .84', 85* 

Blatz, Henry 70* 

Blewitt, F. J 60' 

Blight,?. G 53» 

Blinn, Christian 89' 

Blood, L.W 7b' 

Bloodgood, J. D.... 39» 

Bloom, Frederick.. 54* 

Bloomer, W.H 35' 

Bloomfleld, A. G... 89* 

Blue, Peter 28* 

BoaZjE. C 44* 

Boaz,E. C 47' 

Bobb, J. P 61' 

Bobllm, Gustav 40» 

Bodfish, A. N 78' 

Bodine, H. H 62* 

Boedecker, John D.. 40* 

Bocse. F. W 40* 

Boetzinffer, B. 16',20',20» 

Boggs, Harry 66' 

Bogue, W. G 67', 68* 

Bohhnan, J. W.... 74» 

Bohmfelk, Friede. . . 20* 

Boicourt, James 37 * 

Bolden, Braxton .... 16' 

Bolden.S. M 14' 

Bond, F. F 63* 

Bond, J. H 66* 

Bond, J. W 80* 

Bond,T. 8 73* 

Bonds, W.H 19' 

Bone, John E 39* 

Bonnell, J. G 12' 

Booker, A 36* 

Booker, H. W 14* 

Bookman, F. D 14» 

Boole, W.H 69' 

Boone, Samuel P. . . 61* 

Booth, Albert 71' 

Booth, H. 8 75* 

Boothe, T. W 42' 

Borelli, Emilio 90* 

Borelli, Enrico 89' 

Borts, Isaac 46* 

Boston, Bern 6' 

Boston, B. J 17', 18' 

Boston. W. 8 68* 

Boswell, C. M 63* 

Boswell, J. H 87* 

Boswell, J. 1 64» 

Bosworth, B. K 78* 

Bosworth, L. A 75* 

Botkin, J. D ; 88' 

Bottome, Francis. . . 73' 

Bottorf. C. N 34* 

Boudwin, IIci>ry ('.. 64* 

Bounds, G W 80», 31* 

Bouse, G.W 51* 

Bouton, F. R 78' 

Ronton. O.R 73^ 

Boutwell, 0. M 61* 

Bovard, M. Y 7u» 



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Paxe 

Bowdon, W. F 21* 

Bowden, W. H 62« 

Bowdidh, A. C Y0« 

Bowdi«h,W. W.... 70' 

Bowen, C. M 57' 

Bowen, J. W 68' 

Bowen, J. W. E.... 48' 

Bowen, N.T 18» 

Bowen, W. C sr 

Bowen, W. L. P..., 81 

Bowen, W. R 18' 

Bowers, David.lo»,16»,83' 

Bowers, F. D 16' 

Bowers, G.W 67' 

Bowers, W. A... 18», 19' 

Bowler, J. A 86' 

Bowman, A. S 61 

Bownuui,B. F 47' 

Bowman, G. W 81' 

Bowman, J. M 11 

Bowman, L. F 64' 

Bowman, O. M...47», 48' 

Bowman, 8. L 68 

Bowne, B. P 71 

Bowren, James 85* 

Bovce, Bosley 43 

Boyce, H. M 66' 

Boyoe, J. H 883 

Boyd, Abner H 48 

Boyd, Hugh 9 

Boyd, J. H 87' 

B>yd, R. K 54' 

Boyd, Squire 57' 

Boyle, J. R 78 

Boyle, J. T 49' 

Boynton, E. H 83^ 

Braochetto.Bernardo 90' 

Brack, Anderson 25 

Bradford, C 46 

Bradford, C. A 66' 

Bradford, E.B 77' 

Bradley, C.W 85» 

Bradley, J. D 48'" 

Bradley, J. W 64' 

Bradshaw, John 88* 

Brady, F.M 68 

Brady, J. B 54' 

Brudy, Lyons M 52' 

Bragdon, F, A 

Bragg, David A 29- 

Bragg, John 68' 

Bragg, L.D 76' 

Bragg, Samuel A. . .. 76' 

Bragner. Green 25' 

Brainara, Cephas... 6" 

Bruinard,W.V. O.. 7 

Brainerd, J. C . 47' 

Brakebill, P. M . . . . 21 

Braman, E. A 65^ 

Bramhall, M.E 44« 

Bramlett, R. C 9^ 

Bramley, Alex 58' 

Branch. Andrew 15' 

Brandooerry, NoalK 68' 
Brandon, J. L....lisr2' 

Brant, J. E 44' 

Brashear, N. B 22 

Braswell, L. J 11' 

Brawley, James.... 25' 

Brawley, John 253 

Bray, E. L 71 

Bray,W.McK 77^ 

Breckenridge, J. 8 . . 70* 

Breed, II. G 875^ 

Breen,S.E 76' 

Brenneman, J. B. .. 51' 
Brevingtou, J. A. 80>, 32' 

Brewer, Wm. M . . . . 9" 

Brewington, J. B. . .. 46 

Brewington, J.McK . 29' 



Brewington, R.T... 675^ 

Brewster, G. W . . . . 77' 

Brian, W. C 66' 

Brice, A. L 68' 

Brice, JohnH 48' 

Bridge, Henry 68' 

Bridge, U.S. A 69' 

Bridge. W.D 76' 

Bridgeford, J. 8.... 66' 

Bridgham, M. F.... 83' 

B ' ' ' . . 71 

B: '.. 69' 

B; . . 57' 

Bi 

B 57«, 58' 

Bi . . 42' 

B] ,, 61 

Bi . . 78' 

B] .. 51 

Bi . . 81 

Bi . . 88' 

Bi . . 80' 

R\ .. 80» 

Bristow'j'Will 44' 

Brittain. Alem 51 

Brittingham, D. J.. 80' 

Britton, Alfred 14' 

Broadbent, G. S.... 68' 

Brock, A.J 60' 

Brockmeier, Chas. . . 89' 

Brodbcok,W. N.... 75' 

Brodhead, Geo. M . . 68 

Bronson, Sidney J . . 44 

Brookman, E 49a 

Brooks, Asa 88' 

Brooks, C. G 27' 

Brooks, C. W 58' 

Brooks, D.F 66' 

Brooks, F.L 79' 

Brooks, F. W 83' 

Brooks, J. G 58' 

Brooks, Natlianiel.. 64' 

Brooks, Richard 62' 

Brooks, T.H 48' 

Brooks, Washington 15' 

Brooks, W. K 48' 

Brooks, Wm. M.... 14' 

Brothers, G. W 25' 

Brough, Cyrus 46' 

Brougbton, Isaiah.. 80' 

Brown, Abijah 88 

Brown, Abraham. . . 8i>' 

Brown, Alfred. 25' 

Brown, A. F 89 

Brown, A. H 68' 

Brown, A. W 48' 

Brown, Benjamin ... 42' 

Brown, Benah C... 66' 

Brown, B. Day 68' 

Brown, B. P 56 

Brown, B.W 42' 

Brown, C.H 28' 

Brown, C. H 68' 

Brown, Charles 83' 

Brown, Clayton R. . 18' 

Brown, D. L 79' 

Brown, E. C 18' 

Brown, E. H 65' 

Brown, E. R 48' 

Brown, Frederick. . . 71' 

Brown, F. J 19 

Brown, G.W 66' 

Brown, Hiram J . .10», 10' 

Brown, H. M 87 

Brown, H. N 19' 

Brown, Jacknon 48' 

Brown, J. A 18' 

Brown, J. C 52« 

Brown, J. F 67' 

Brown, J. H 66 



Paite 

Brown, J. H 84> 

Brown, J. N 57> 

Brown, Joel 57* 

Brown, John 14* 

Brown, John R 80a 

Brown, J. W 18» 

Brown, J. W 41" 

Brown, J. W 80> 

Brown, Lester 57* 

Brown, L. B 68'« 

Brown, L. P 29« 

Brown, L. S 74« 

Brown, N.C 43* 

Brown, N. J 54'« 

Brown, N.M 82» 

Brown, O. A 78» 

Brown, Philip 42« 

Brown, P. E 88> 

Brown, P. G 14> 

Brown, Kiohard.... 65* 

Brown, R. A 74» 

Brown, R. P 25« 

Brown, Samuel 48* 

Brown,8. C 77» 

Brown,S.D 81« 

Brown, 8. E 68> 

Brown, 8. H 48a 

Brown, 8. J 26» 

Brown, 8. W 68» 

Brown, Thos 27» 

Brown, T. A 16» 

Brown, Wm 71» 

Brown, W.F 58« 

Brown, W. II 6« 

Brown, Wm.H 22> 

Brown, W.H 85« 

Brown, W. H, H.... 41> 

Brown, W.L 84» 

Brown, W. M 49» 

Brown, W. 8.... 52>, 53> 

Brown, W. W 143 

Brown, W. W 69» 

Browne, F.G 68« 

Browne, G.W 65> 

Browning, D. M 56" 

Browning, G. W . . . . 48> 

Browning, W.G.... 74> 
Browning, W.S 48«,90',91» 

Brownlee, J. N 18" 

Bruce, E. C 57« 

Bruce. R. L 61« 

Brueck, Rudolph. . . 21» 

Bruere, W. W 89« 

Brumbaugh. E. H.. 50* 

Brumgate, E. R 87" 

Bnimskine, E. L. . . . 23« 

Brundage, Wm. M. . 65« 

Bruner, Uenry 56' 

Bruner, 44» 

Brush, W. F 73' 

Brusie, Nel»on 74^ 

Bryan, C. C. D 16« 

Bryan, J. E 82« 

Bryan, J. M 16a 



Br«"- 

B] 

B 

Bi 

Bj 

Bi 

B! 

B; 
Bi 
B: 
Bi 
Bi 
Bu«^, 



J. R 

,A.K 82> 

,D. W 85« 

, Ephraim... 83' 

,G. N 84> 

,J. E 13', U» 



, 0. R 44> 

, Orrin W... 84> 

,W. A 61» 

,W,C 6' 

, J. N 72« 

c, Gottlieb I . . 40a 

C. H 69> 

Buck, D 72> 

Buck, J. H 5ba 

Buck, N. H 45a 



Past 

Buck, P. M 60» 

Buck, Wm 21> 

Buck, W. P 78* 

Buckingham, H. G . . 75» 

Buckley, J. M 70a 

Buckley, J. W 61» 

Buckner, Allen .... 44> 

Buckner,H. C 85a 

Buckner, N. 8 88« 

Budd, J. S 45» 

Budden, J. E 8l« 

Buehrer,Wm.... 20«, 20* 

Buell, Jefferson 25* 

Buell,M. D 72» 

Butfington, C. R. . . . 6« 

Bufangton,W 48» 

Buhrman, Emory ... 66* 

Bull, J. A 86» 

BuUard, A. T 60* 

Bundy, George F. . . 49» 

Bundy, L N 291,80* 

Bundy, 8. G 91* 

Bunton, F. H 29* 

Buoy, C. W 68* 

BuTOh,B. H 74* 

Buroh,T.U 71« 

Burdeshaw, R. W... 11* 

Burdick, C. F 65» 

Burgar, J. M 78* 

Burger, J. P 74* 

BuTvesa, Thos 89» 

Burke, Asbury 81* 

Burke, E. W 62S 68* 

Burke, G. W 81* 

Burkharte,N.C.... 80* 

Burkina, John W . . . 74* 

Burley, J. H 42* 

Burley, W. H 88* 

Burling, L. C... 22», 28* 

Bum, Richard 78* 

Burnes, H. E 70* 

Burnham, B. 8 65» 

Burnley, C.W 61» 

Bums, George B. .63», 68* 

Bumn, James 87^ 

Bums, M. P 90», 91* 

Burns, W. V 84' 

Bumside, Wm 88^ 

Burr, E. W 68v 

Burr, Wnrren 82> 

Burrell, W. H 62* 

Burris, A. T 88* 

Burriss, E.E 68» 

Burroughs, £. B.... 18> 

Burroughs, John ... 18* 

Burrows, Peter 80* 

Burson, C. C 10* 

Burt, O. C 64> 

Burt, William... 90», 90* 

Burton, Austin 41* 

Burton, Jesse 29» 

Burton, J. 8 41* 

Burton, J. 8 66* 

Burton, Lewis 14* 

Burton, Nelson 17* 

Burton, N. J 88* 

Busby, Edward 8. . . 60* 

Bushnell, Asa 69* 

Bushnell, H. A 61* 

Butcher, John C... 18* 

Butler, Andrew .... 28* 

Butler, Dennis G. . . 16* 

Butler, G.H 78* 

Butler, G.W 12* 

Butler, J. W 24« 

Butler, M. H 49* 

Butler, Seymour 8.. 18» 

Butler, William .... 75« 

Butler, W. B 15* 

Butters, G. S 76» 



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Bnttrick, J. B 

Butts, B. N 

ButXZj H. A 

Buzzell^.W 

Byers, W. P 

Byrd, H. D 

Byni6f B. B 

Byrne, Claudius.. . . 
Byrnee, H.W 



8?« 

60» 

88' 
85« 
71» 



O 

Cadden, J. R. 66« 

Cady, H. B 78« 

Cady,W. 17* 

Cain, Albert. 54» 

Cain, J. 8 67», 68« 

Cain, J. W 68» 

Cairns, Jamcji . . 85> 

Calder, P. Y 86« 

Caldwell, A»bury ... 83« 

Caldwell, A. W.... 9» 

Caldwell, J. H 81« 

Call, O.H 4P 

Call, Sanmel 69» 

Callen, B. T «8» 

Callendcr,M 42« 

Calloway, H.R «2« 

Calloway, J. B 7 

CaDoway,Wi!i»«tead. 48« 

Calvert. De Witt... 27* 

Calvin, James P. 16«, 27> 

Cambell, B. O 86> 

Campbell, A. J 8« 

Campbell, C.W.... 60» 

Campbell, H. L.... 68« 

Campbell, J 28« 

Campbell, Mutthew. 90> 

Campbell, M.M.... 44» 

Campbell, Romino.. 65' 

Campbell, R. J U> 

Campbell, 8. B 46> 

Campbell, Tlioniaj*.. 48> 

Campbell, WiUlam. 2&a 

Campbell, W.F.... 84' 

Campbell, W.G.... 47« 

Canadj,*. A 49" 

Candlin, JoscijIi .... 76* 

Canfleld, J. F 68» 

Canham, Walter.... 82« 

Cannon, Nathan.... 28« 

Cannon, W. L 87> 

Capeheart^H. B.... 

Capen, John 76' 

Caporali, Enrico 89> 

Carboneri, Giaconio. 90> 

Cardozo. Isaac N . . . 18> 

Cares, H. F 62> 

Carey, A.J 68« 

Carey, 8. C 75» 

Curjray, B. F.... 90», 91> 

Carhart,L.H 7» 

Carhart, William W. 61» 

Carland, P 67» 

Carley, J. P 74> 

Carlisle, Joseih.... 62« 

Carlyan, Richard. ... 49> 

Carlyon, Henry 44» 

Carman, T. C 67' 

Carmichael,!*. M... 25» 

Carmine, R. A 84' 

CameJ«, J. M.... 48', 49» 

Carpenter, C. M 60> 

Carpenter, F. F.... 81' 

Carpenter, F. II.... 74' 

Carpenter, G. M.... 68' 

Carpenter, L. R.... 45» 

Carpenter, T.T.... 85' 

Carr, Bedford 16» 

Carr, Gilford 27' 

Carr,G.F 86« 



Pairel Pace I Pve 

Carr, N. L 85' Chaae, Hezekiah. ... 81 'Clarke, G. W. H. . . . 84» 

Carr, WiUis 16«, Chase,!. P 61»lClarke, J. H. 8 6V 

Carr, W. M 70» Chase, MattisonW.. 68' Clarke, W. E. L.... 89' 

Carrier, D.R 88»,Cliase, P. N 74'|ClarksonJB. F 66» 

Carroll,A 78« Chase, 8. B 77» Claxton, W. A 48' 

Carroll, D. H §6» Chase, 8. L 44' CUyton, Isaiuh 25> 

Carroll, H. A 42' Chase, T. G 9' Clayton, W. F 49' 

Carroll, James 81« Chase, W. J> 58' Clement, Elbert.... 54« 

Carroll, J. C SC Chattin, 8. C 87» 'Clement, Freeman.. 74> 

Carroll, J. M 71» Chavex, Jos^ 24''Clemm, W. T. D. 55«, 55' 



Carroll, N. M 42' 

Carroll, P. P 9« 

Carroll, P. P., Jr. . . 9» 

Carroll, 8aundeni. . . 16' 

Carroll, T. 48' 

Carroll, W. A 66' 

Carrow, G. D 62* 

Carruth, B. B 89« 

Carson, R. J 68» 

CarM)n,Wm. II.... 68' 

Carter, A. C 18«, 19' 

Carter, E. A 88' 

Carter, J.N 18« 



Cheeseman, E. E 
Cheeseman, E. 8... 
Cheeseman, H. N . . . 
Cheeseman, J. K... 
Cheesman, Ansi'n 



59« Clifforcf, H. A... 15', 81' 

59' I Clifford, J.R 83' 

87' Clifford, N. C 82* 

65« ' Clifton. L. A 10' 

58' Cline, Philip 87' 



Chtn Ta Yunjr 69« Cline, W. H 

Cheney, G. H 76» " " 

Cheney, N. G 71* 

ChenTe Yui 69« 

Chestnut, January L. W 

Chilcoat,E. M 51' 

Child,A.M 67^ 



Carter, RoWin 19' Chinn, F. T 16' 

Carter, Samuel C . . . 68» Chipp, W. M 72' 

Carter, Truman 84» Chi vington, I 49» 



16» 

Cluokner, A. B 88» 

Clymer,J.F. 75«, 81»,82» 

Coates, L. W 6' 

Cobb, D. C 87> 

Cobb,G.F 82« 

Cobb, John 81« 

Chilson^E. C 47' Cobb, W. R 57» 

Cochran, F. L 9' 



Cartledge, H 12' 

Camtheis, R. A . . . . 86* 

Caruthers. Samuel. . 60» 

Car\'er, W. A 61» 

Carwardine,W. II.. 44» 

Case,LB 88' 



Cochran, W. R 88' 

Cocker, B, F 18' 

Codding, Lewis B. 78>, 82* 



Christopher, J. £.. 84' \^vuviiii|(,a.«««riB v. lo-, o^b- 

Christy,WilliamB.. 50',Coe, A. J 48» 

Chrystie, R. J. . . 60», 61' Coff^ey, W. H 80' 

Chnbbuck, F. 8. . . . 88' Coflinan. Wilmer. . . 64' 

Church, A 88» | Co^welL Enoch. .. . 25» 

Church, A. J 77> Coit, C. 8 54» 

Casel Watson 66' I Church, C. R.... 64S 66«, Coit, E. H 18' 

Caseley,C. W... 80«, 49' i Church, C. W 67' Coit, O. B 58« 

Cassard, W. G 66' Church, D 81« Coker, H. J.. 



Cassavant, II. B. 



66» 



Caiwi'ly, W. M 77» 

Castillo, Everardo. . 24' 
Caswtll, Nathan.... 25i 



Cater,E.B 49' 



44' 

Church;K. P 69» ' Colbert, John W .. . 43' 

Church, H. M 58' Colbum, N. W 51» 

Church, M. D 54' Colbum, R. H 51' 

Churchill, Jay A. . . 71» Colbum, W. W 76« 



Cather, Andrew .... 62* 

Cato, Isaac 41 

Caton, N. M 77» 

Caughey, James 



CUley, M. T 85« 



Colby, A.K 81' 

Colby, Joseph 81' 

Colby, Wm.G 41« 



CiBsel,C. C 68' 

Civill, A. T 74« 

Ckir, Matthew W.. . 48» Colden, Wm 78' 

86« Clancy, W. R. 12', 69», 59' Cole, I. W 58» 

" "" Cole, J. A 53' 



Caughlan, J. W 49»,Clapp, O. D 59», 61' 

Cavenas,M.C 25' 'Clark, A. S 66» 

Cawthome. Henry.. «8«; Clark, Chas. C. 62», 68« 

Cecil, G. W 66* CUirk, Comelius, Jr. 54' 

Cecil, John J 42« Clark, CM 65» 

Cederberg, C. A.... 79»'Clark, Elijah 16' 

Cederberg, C. R. . . . 79« Clark, E. F 78' 

Center, N.D 811 Clark, G. B 74» 

Chadboume, G. 8. . 75' Clark, George 72» 

Chadwick, G. B.... 84» Clark, G. II 76' 

Chadwick, J. 8 78«;ciark, G. H 85' 

Chadwick, W. A. . . 78» Clark, G. T 48«, 49» 



Chaffee,A.F 88« 

Chaffee, H.W 44« 

Chalres, W. W 82* 

Chalfant, W. B 64» 

Chamberlain, G. M 



Clark, H.H 88' 



Cole, James L 80' 

Cole, J. P 81' 

Cole, Leonard 88» 

Cole, L. T 58» 

Cole, Oiis 85» 

Cole, O. C 57' 

Cole, Thomas 14' 

Cole, V. M 14' 

Cole, William T.... 80' 

Coleman, Anthony. 41 » 
Coleman, Bern J. 84»,85' 
Coleman, G.W 



, ,,.. „.,^ 44> 

Clark, H. L 26» Coleman, J. H 67» 

Clark, H. R 88» Coleman, Robert.. . . 15» 

Clark, J. C 51 'Coleman, R. H 80' 

»|Clark, J. F 86>, 87 'Coleman, T. B. H.. 80« 



Chamberlain, Walter 68' CUrk, J. H 67» Coleman, Wm 19' 

Chambers, Alonzo.. 87' Clark, J. J 41''Colirrove, A. M.... 88* 

Champion, J. U. . . . 74» Clark, J. M 76' Collins, Daniel 42» 

Champlin, L. J 74' Clark, J. S 64», 66' 'Collins, F. M..... 62*, 64> 



Chandler, Albert. . . 81» Clark, J. W 87"! Collins, Josephu^. . . 4S 

84* Clark, Lemuel 57' Collins, John 82' 

82* Clark, L. N 88' Collins, J. J 25' 

1 1' Clark, N. W 54' Collins, J. M 31' 

89» Clark, Peter W 16''Collln8, R. B 54' 

Chapman, G. E 75' Clark, Robert 78« Collins, V. 8 82' 

Chapman, J. A. M. 64' Clark, S. H 69' , Collins, W. K 46' 

" '" 71» Clark, Thomas J. . . 18' Collom, A. 1 68' 

17';Clark, W 66' Collycr, G. C 84' 

56' ' Clark, W. A 17' ' Collyer, G. L . . . . 65», 85' 



ChnnditT, Henry.... 
Chandler. P<»rry. 
Chaney,P. C . 
Chapman, F. A . . . 



Chapman, M. B . 
Chapman, Valconr. 
Chapman, W. H . . . . 

Chapman, W. J.... 66';Clark, W. B 27';ColtrDbn 8 48» 

Chappell,A. M 80« Clark, W.E 78' Colt, J. H 47« 

Chase, A.F 88' Clark, W. 11 38' Colton, P. C 17» 

Chase, C. H 84' Ckrk, W. R 75' Colville, G. M 88» 

Chase, C. J 84* I Clark, W. W 71' Comer, A. C. 19> 

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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF PREACHERS. 



Pace 

Comfort, J. K 28* 

Comp, G. 8 50», 52» 

Compton, A 8 68> 

Ccmpton, Harry. 74*, 77" 

Compton,M.F 70» 

Compton, W. F.... 78" 

Compton,W. P.... 82» 

Comstook, Ebenczer 66" 

Conant;,H.W 77» 

Cone. A 68* 

Cone, C. C 81« 

Conerly, Alex 16* 

Conklin, A. J 58» 

Conklln,C. G 60> 

ConkUn,B.H 68" 

Conley, Scott 14» 

Connelly, J. P 87» 

Connelly, J. W 18» 

Conner, B. C 62» 

Conner, H.W 19» 

Connor, James 82» 

Conover, H.J 87« 

Conowajj G. S 81> 

Conrad, L.T 72», 78> 

Conrad, WUliam... 47« 

Conser, 8. L. M.... 55« 

Conte, Gaetono 90* 

Conway, Lewis 27* 

ConwelU A. B 87« 

Cook, Alvah 81« 

Cook, A. J 89» 

Cook, C. C 66' 

Cook, CO 57« 

Cook, D. W 9» 

Cook, H. A 44« 

Cook,H. B 88* 

Cook,a.E 79> 

Cook, John. 48» 

Cook, J. B 89« 

Cook, J. B 68» 

Cook, JoHcphE 80« 

Cook, J. 11 28* 

Cook, J. S «2«, 68» 

Cook, J. W 80' 

Cook, Moaos 18« 

Cook, N. B 82S88« 

Cook,O.R 64» 

Cook,W.H 4-2« 

Cookman, F. 8 68« 

Cookman, J. E. ... 72> 

Cookman, Wni. W. 64« 

CooUdge,J. W 76* 

Coombe, Joseph 88> 

Coon,G. W 76« 

Coons, Aaron 74* 

Coons, Alfred 74^ 

Cooper, A 18» 

Cooper, A. L 61* 

Cooper, A. W 88* 

Cooper, E. E 25> 

Cooper, G. W 56* 

Cooper, 1 67* 

Cooper, J. A 62* 

Cooper, Jackson S . . 42» 

Cooper, Jacob F 79* 

Cooper,J.W 23* 

Cooper, Melvin. .... 28* 

Cooper, M. C 68» 

Cooper, R.T 71» 

Cooper, 8. M 62* 

Cooper, V. A 76> 

Cooper, W. A 7» 

Cooper, W. C 42* 

Cooper, W. 48* 

Coote, Jamca 71* 

Copeland, A. J 60* 

Copp, H. B 84* 

Corbin, 8. C 67* 

Corbit, W. P 6y> 

Cordray, N 41*-' 



Pace 

Core, L. A 69', 60* 

Corey.G. H 67* 

Corey, J. A 82* 

CorkliUl, T. H 7* 

Corkran, David H . . S2» 

Corkran, F. J 81* 

Corkran, L.P 81* 

Corkran, W. F 81* 

Corliss, J. O. R.... 88* 

Cornelius, J. W.... 57* 

Cornell, S.N 65» 

Comer, C. P 70* 

Conitbrd, Harry .... 74* 

eJornish, J. M 74* 

Corprew, 8. P 29* 

Correa, J. C. 77*, 84% 84* 

Corrington, I. F . . . . 46* 

Corse, A. E 58* 

Corson, J. 1 86* 

Corson, Pennington . 88* 

Cory, R. P 48*, 50* 

Coryell, V.M 88» 

Cosper, George H.. 22' 

Cottingbam, A. 8. . . 18* 

Cottingham, R. A.. 18* 

Cotton, Tliomaa A . . 28* 

CottrelLA.J 68* 

Couch,b. W 70* 

Coalt,AC 86» 

Coulta8,A J 78* 

Coulter. H.P 27* 

Count, E. E 90* 

Couraey, R. T 81* 

Courtney, AM 66* 

Courtney, Josteuh... 85* 

Courtney, M. U.... 66» 

Courtney, W.S 4«» 

Covington, L. J.. 21 >, 22* 

Covington, M. A.21», 22* 

Cowan, Samuel A . . . 28* 

Cowden, J. W 4tt* 

Co wins, Jeremuih. . . 64* 

Cowles, A J 67* 

Cowles, O. J 70» 

Cox, Bepj 66* 

Cox, F.N 86* 

Cox,J.H 49* 

Cox, John H 2G», 26* 

Cox, L. Y 80* 

Cox, P. J 62* 

Cox, W. W 66* 

Coxson, F. G 64* 

Craig, Alex 64* 

Cnu/, Jucob A 64* 

Cruig, J. F 66* 

Craig, R, n 69* 

Crampton, Henry ... 60* 

Crandall, C. K....82>, 88* 

Crandall,O.P 72* 

Crandall, 8. C U« 

Crane, J.N 68» 

Crane, J. P 66* 

Crasto, E. N 58* 

Crate,J.G 86* 

Craven, Thoa 18» 

Cravens, J. S 41* 

Craver, 8. P 24* 

Crawford, Clark.. 77', 79* 

Crawford, G. A 75* 

Crawford, John 53* 

Crawford, M. D'C. 78* 

Crawfortl, P. V 2.)» 

Crawford, W. A.... 47* 

Crawford, W.H.... 26* 
Crawford, Wni. H.C4', 66' 

Creager, C. E 44> 

Creamer, T.R 81* 

Creamer, W.M 45* 

Creighton, 8 62* 

Creveling, 8. A 61* 



Paire 

Crever, B. H 61' 

Criss, C.V 46' 

Croan, J. D 67-, 68* 

Crockett, Charles ... 15* 

Crockett, Henry.... 81* 

Crofoot.S. M 68* 

Croftit,!. H 71* 

Crollev, John 6* 

Cromlmh, Jnhn. . .. 71* 

Cronce, A. R 46' 

Cronc,L. S 61' 

Cronin, C. C 66* 

Cronk, H. H 90', 91' 

Crook, Robert 71* 

Crooks, G. R 78* 

Crooks, T. R 62', 68* 

Crosby, George O.. 76* 

Crosby. J. T 83* 

Cro8S,J.B ^8* 

Cross. T.J 66* 

Crosthwaite, M. P.. 62* 

Crotsley, 11. H 62* 

Crouch, J. F 63* 

Crouch, J. W 88* 

Crow,D. W 46* 

Crowder,L.0.21»,22*,2S» 

Crowley, James.... 85* 

Crowley, 1. C 27* 

Cruzier, J. F 14» 

Crudani, Federico * . 90* 

Crumley, H. J 80* 

Crumley, T.J 80* 

Cramp, B. L 28* 

Cramp, P. R 28* 

Crampton, 8. R.... 11 

Crydenwi8e,H. M.. 89* 

Cry8ler,C.G 48' 

Cuddy, Geo. L 66* 

Culbrotli, A. C 14* 

Cullison, Ananias.. 44* 

Cullison, Robert M. 44* 

Cumson,8. P 44* 

Culver,E.W 60* 

Culver, T. M 77», 79* 

Cumbow,A.F 87* 

Cummings, A. W.82', 88* 

Cumming8,C.8 ... 84* 

CununingB, M. B. . . . 74* 
Cummings, 8. H..66*, 67' 

Cummings, 8. 8.... 79* 

Cummins, Geo 64* 

Cunningham, C. E. . 22' 
Cunningham, Ed- 
ward 70* 

Cunningham, G. E . . 22* 

Cunningham, W. J. 26* 

Cure, G. A 88* 

Curl, G. M 60», 61* 

Curl, M. L...21', 22*, 49* 

Curley, W. E 56' 

Cuniick. E. T 76* 

Curns, JaineH 62' 

Curran, U. A 61* 

Currie, A. 11 68' 

Currier, Fred. E.... 61* 

Currier, John 84* 

Currier, 8. B 60* 

Curry, C. A 14* 

Curry, G. E 41* 

Curry, M. M 66* 

Curtice, Saul 71* 

Curties, W. F. G . . . 89* 

Curtis, C.G 14* 

Curtis, Edward J... 70* 

Curtis, M. M 73* 

Curtis, W. E 67* 

Gushing, H. P 60* 

Gushing, J. R 75* 

Cushing, 8 75* 

Cushman, L. P 76=" 



Pan 

Cutler. Lucius 18* 

Cuttmg, H. A 18* 

D 

Dadisman, R. A . . . . 88* 

Dadmun, J. W 76» 

Dailey,J. H 43» 

Dalby, G. W 83» 

Dale, Marcus 15* 

Dales, O. P 74* 

DaUy, J. W 63* 

Dalton, Henry 87» 

Dame, J. D 29» 

Dana, J. C 87» 

Dantbrd, Bci^. N... 60» 

Danforth, A. C 58> 

Danforth,n.M 68* 

Danforth, Leslie R . . 85* 

Danforth, Otis S 85* 

Danforth, S.S 67* 

Dainiel, Hubbard... 17* 

Daniel, W. H 68* 

Daniels, A. E 88' 

Daniels, Braxton. ... 85* 

Daniels, George.... 72* 

Daniels, J. B 46* 

Daniels, J. R 53* 

Daniels, Pearl 7', 8* 

Dansbury, J. W.... 42* 

Dansbury, T. H.... 42* 

Darby, E.F.S 46* 

Dardj,FeUoe 90« 

Dare, J. B 88» 

Darling, J. C 69i 

DamclT,S. B 8* 

Dart, T. M 16* 

Darwood,W. McK.. 78* 

Das, Isa 13* 

Das, Kallu 18* 

DashieU, J. H 66* 

Dass, S. N 60» 

Daugherty, H. A.. 45', 46* 

Davoge, Samuel.... 16* 

Davenport, Car v. ... 14* 

Davenport, W. R... 61» 

Davey,L.L 58* 

Davidson, E. A..... 75* 

Davidson, W.C.... 68* 

Davica, 11. R 9« 

Davies, R. J 67* 

Davis, A 72* 

Davis, Aaron 28* 

Davis, Alex 43* 

Davis,A. D 81* 

Davis, A. G 16i 

Davis, B.J 34», 86» 

Davis, C. E 84» 

DavU, C. E 76* 

Davis, C. P 10* 

Davis, C. 8 78* 

Davis, Edward 82» 

Davi8,Eli 68* 

Davis, E. B 6* 

Davi8,G. H. H 65» 

Davis, G. J 17', 18* 

Davis, G. W 27* 

Davis, H. A 68* 

Davis, Isaiah W.... 27* 

Davis, John A 88* 

Davis, J. B 10* 

Davis, J. B 89* 

Davis, J. G 27' 

Davis, Joseph N . . . . 15* 

Davis, J. N 56* 

Davis, J. T 84* 

Davis, M. W 86', 87» 

Davw, N. C 18' 

Davis, N.H 33' 

Davis, P. H 28* 

Davis, Kloliard 41* 



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rtfff I Pftiw 

Davia,Thomjui W.. 28»!Dioe, W. 1 66> 

BaviB, Wm. F 79> Dickerson, Jacob ... 6«« 

Davis, W. H 25«;Dicken*on, R. L. . . . 85» 

Dmvia, W. P 87«| Dickereon, W. C . . . 80« 

Davis, W.B 48« ' Dickinson, AltV©djJ4»,25» 

Davis, W. R 48> Dickinson, G. F. . . . 64» 

Davis, W. W. 56« I Dickinson, John ... 69» 

Davy, John 72» Diebel, J. H 60», 61> 

Dawson, Joseph 45* Diener, Heinrich... 20« 

Dawson, Wdl 41» Dictz, Heinrioh 20» 

Dawson,Wimam F. . 81«i Diirht, Alexander. . . 7«« 

Day, A. J 6«» I DUks, J. A 88' 

Day, Bern 68» ! Dillenbeck, W. F . . . 68* 

Day, F. M 60* Dil worth, Beinamlu. 8« 

Day, a H 61' Dimmilt, J. P 7» 

Day, J. A 76». Dinger, P. W 40» 

Day, J. R 7«» , Dinsmore, C. M.... 84* 

Day, J. W SS'jDisbro, C. E 68* 

Day, Bufua 88» ' Di*brow, Wm 88» 

Day, 8. A 44> Divers, W. M 41» 

Day, att. 7»« Diverty, J. E 87» 

Day, Wm 54« Dixon, B. D 41« 

Dayan,J.F 67>Dixon,E.E 64> 

Dayton, D.W 65> Dixon, Henry 14» 

Deaoon, J< E 80« Dixon, J. A 80» 

Deakins,LewisW.. 80*'Dixon, M. P «8» 

Dean,E.F 9« Dixon, R. 8 83» 

Dean, J. J 74« Dixon, W. A 70» 

Dean,W. H 61« Doane, L. A 90>, »1« 

Dearborn, E. P. F.. 84» Dobbins, G. L 88* 

Dearborn, G. 8 48» Dobbins. J. Y 87« 

Dearborn, J. W. . . . 76»iDobbs, J. H 49« 

Dearborn, Reuben . . 84» Dobbs, J. M 10* 

Dcas, J.M 8« Dockham,W. H.... 76' 

Deas, W. G 18» DockriU, 0. W 85« 

Dease, 8. 8 18» , Dodd, Julius 82« 

Deavor,£. E, A.... 62« Dodd, J. F 54* 

Deavor, J. D. W. . . 51 "Dodd, Leonard 61« 

Deavor, W. T. 8... 51« Dodge, J. 77» 

Debose, A 8» Dodge, J. W. A 74* 

DeBow, R.8 64» Dodson, Wm. P. . . . 28* 

Decker, A. D 89» Dol«on, Harvey 1. . 44> 

Decker, A. W 61» Dominguez, Joaquin 77* 

Decker, >'. L. . . . 64', 65* Donahue, John 51* 

Decker, R 72* Donaldson,8ylve8ter 61* 

Decker, 8. D 58* Doney, F. A 88* 

Dedrick, T. 8 58> iDonohue, J.J »« 

DeHasa,F.S 72* Doolittle, 8. K 54> 

Deichman, J. A . 6*, 6», 7* | Dorchester, Daniel . 76* 

Deichmann, John 15>, 1 5* i Dorchester, D., Jr. . 76* 

Deininger, J. C . . . . 40* | Dorchester, L. H . . . 77* 

Dekmater, C. E. . . . 89* ' Dorion, T. A 85* 

DeUphun,E. C. 90S 91*. Dorr, C. E 58* 

DeLemos.F. J 77* Dorr, G. N 85* 

Den,W.H 50-* I Dorr, Henry 76» 

Deming, C. G 74*;D'Or8ay, J. 8 69* 

Demotte, William . . 45* j Dorsey, James A . . . 41* 

De Moyer, J. A. . . . 52« Dorsey, W. A 27* 

Denning, B. V 48*1 Dorwfn, Jay C 68* 

Dennis, H. C 6» | Dosdall, Gottlieb. . . 20* 

Dennis, J. F 48* Dotterer, A, F 62* 

Dennis, J. 80»,Doty, F. P 89* 

Dennison, Edmund. 88» Doty, H. A 47>, 47* 

Dennison, Joseph . . 48* , Douglas, l*aul 14* 

Dent, Peter 84*1 Douglas, W. E 61* 

Deputie, J. H 23* Dow, David B 88* 

Derrick8on,E. H... 81* Dow, P. L 65* 

Desjardines, Paul ... 72* ' Down, Ezra 50* 

Deshler, Owsar 50* Downer, J. R 58* 

De Soma, C. W. . . . 60* Downey, David G. . 71» 

Deval, Charles 05* Downey, Wm 64* 

Devine, Edward 68* Downs, Charles .... 15* 

Devlin, Robert 49* Downs, C. F 88* 

DevricH, Bern. F . . . . 5t)\ Downs, D. W 85* 

Deweese, J. M 6s* Downs, H. F 56* 

Dewey, Sanger 5^>, Downs, John 85* 

Dhar. Kullu 13* Dovle, W. H 48*, 50» 

Dibble, L. A 67* Dracger, Emil 21* 

Dibble, S. T 59* Drake, Lewis 19' 

Dice, Bcnj. F 48«, Drake, R 7*, 8* 



Pure 

Draper, G. C 6», 7* 

Dra|>er, G. 72* 

Draper, Lorenzo .... 84* 

Draper, T. M 79» 

Draper, W.H 48 

Dray den, James. ... 27* 

Drew, A. E 77* 

Driver, J. M 67', 68» 

Drown, P. A 1«" 

Drum,M.L 51* 

Dryden, M. F 81* 

Dudley, David F... 28* 

Dudrear, C. E 56» 

Dueller, Marshall 57>, 58> 
Duffield. John... 64i, 66* 

Dully, J. P 68* 

Dugun, Z. T 88* 

Dugger, E. M....48S44* 

Dugger, Lewis A. . . 87* 

Duhadway,W. J... 81* 

Duinkerke, John F. 71* 

DukeH, Robert. 25» 

Dukeshire, W. B. . . 82* 

Dulaney, H. 8 81* 

Dunbar, George.... 69* 

Dunbar, Georae E. . 78* 

Duncan, 8tepuen... 16* 

Dnncan, W. I^ 14* 

Duncan, W. R. R... 26* 

Duncan, Z. L 17* 

Dungan, Geo. W... 68> 

Dungan, Jonathan. . 64* 

Dunham, H. C 75* 

Dunham, J. P 58* 

Dunham, L. £ 77* 

Dunkerly, J.R 51* 

Dunlap,G.W 51> 

Duclap,H.C 27* 

Dunn,C. B 88» 

Dunn, D. R 80* 

Dunn,L. R 68* 

Dunnack, W. He... 88* 

Dunning, C. T 51* 

Dunning, C. U 85* 

Dunson, W. H 42* 

Dunton, C. H 66* 

Dunton,L. M 18* 

Dunton,8. M 84* 

Dupee, Henry 85* 

DuPuy, E. H... 87», 88* 

Durand, J. H. M... 19* 

Durborrow,C. T... 44* 

Durell, E. H 86* 

Durell, N. B 68* 

Durtee,II. A 66* 

Durgin, G. F.... 84», 85* 

Durham, T.M 46» 

Durrell, J. M 85* 

DusinberreG. B.... 71* 

Dutcher,E. C 68* 

Dutcher, E. H. 69*, 71», 72* 
Dutt, Antono. 59», 60», 88* 

Dutton,A. C 18* 

Dutton, W. A.... 60», 61* 

DwightjW. E. 75* 

Dyer, li. J 14* 

Dyer, M. J 16* 

Dyson, John 68* 

Dyson, R. D 78* 

E 

Eads,F. M. C 12* 

Eagan. A. R 70* 

Eakins, Wm 58* 

Eames, Joseph 65* 

Eanes, John 27=' 

Earle, H. C 78» 

Earle, Wm 65* 

Early, John W 2S« 

Earp, J. E 88* 



Easley, James W... s!* 

Eastman, C. L 75* 

Eastman, Hubbard. . 60* 

Eastman. L. L 84* 

Easton, G. W 65* 

Eaton, Alfred 66* 

Eaton, Alfred H.... 66* 

Eaton, C.E 85* 

Eaton, D. D 52*, 58* 

Eaton, G. F 76* 

Eaton, Hom«r 67* 

Eaton, J. W 65* 

Katon,W. 8 66' 

Eaton, Wm.W 66* 

Eberhardt,A. H.... 88* 

Ebright, A. 88* 

Echman.K. V... 22>, 28* 

Echols. W.C 85* 

Eckontle>\ James ... 51 * 

Eckford,Larkin.... 14* 

Eckles,J. C 28* 

E<^mau,Geo. P.... 54* 

Eckman, J. G 89* 

Eoouomoff, J. 1 54* 

Ector, Wm 16* 

Edgar, John W.... 87* 

Edgar, William.... 88* 

Edgarton, J.M 65* 

Edgerton, 8. W.... 65* 

Edmonds, J. A 72* 

Edmunds, Eri 50* 

Edson,^ward 78* 

Edwards, A. W .... 8*, 9* 

Edwards, C 67* 

Edwards, John 56* 

Edwards, Joseph G. 88* 

Edwards, Levi B. . . 86* 

Edwards, Nelson ... 71* 

Edwards, Noah .... 86* 

Edwards, Philip C. 56* 

Edwards, Tenola. . . 14* 
Edwards, W.H.. 64*, 66* 

Edwards, W. 8 55* 

Egbert, J. H 58* 

Ege, OUver 51* 

iSgleston.A. C... 71* 

Eklund,H. W 76* 

Ela,D. H 76* 

Ela, Walter 78* 

Elbert, J. D 80* 

Elder, Charles U... 88* 

Elder.E. B. L 87* 

Eldridge, E. 56* 

Eldridge, E. P 88* 

Eldridge, E.W 85* 

Eldridge, R.8 69* 

Eldridge, W.B 81* 

Eldndge,W.B 88* 

Elkin,T.J 67* 

Elkins,L. W 6*, 7* 

Elkins, 8. D 66* 

EIlett,N. A 85* 

Ellington, A. F 9* 

Ellington, L. D 9* 

Elliott, Chas. K.... 45* 

Elliott, D. T 65* 

Elliott, George 56* 

Elliott, James F 8* 

Elliott, T 78* 

Elliott, T. A 51* 

Elliott, W.H 62* 

Elliott, W.P 48* 

Emott,W.V 80* 

Ellis, F.H 22* 

Ellis,Jame8 27* 

Ellis, Jatt 19* 

Elmer, G. W.... 77», 78* 

Ehnlen, R. F 78* 

Ellsworth, ILL.... 89* 

Elsam, C. G 88», 89* 



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Elsby, J.J 6« 

Elwell, Stephen .... S9> 

Ely, J. W 6ia 

Ely, Thomas 11* 

Ely, W.R 49« 

Embree, A. S 48« 

Emerson, J. H 75* 

Emerson, 8. M 81« 

Emerson, Wesley ... 44' 

Emmett, Wm 16« 

Emory, George A... 61» 

Emory, W. 27> 

Empey, W. C 67* 

Endicott, John 48« 

England, W.E 81» 

Eng le, Richard B . . . 88' 

English, C.J 86« 

English, T.J... . 18>, 1»> 

Enright, A. B 61« 

Enright. Joseph .... 60> 

Entwistle. Isaac 45' 

Enyeart, N. M 60» 

Enyeart, S. H 84» 

Enyeart, T. J 50« 

Enyeart, W.R 60» 

Erioksen, F. W 70» 

Eriokson, J. L 69» 

Kmsberffer, D. O... 89* 

Ernst, Geo 68» 

Ernst, Henry 58» 

Ervin, J. £ 68« 

Esgate, James 81* 

Ealmger, E. L... . 50», 62> 
E8pmdola,8. S...84>, 85* 

Espinosa, P. V 24« 

Estep, B. W 48« 

Ef^tes, Ira C 88» 

Estes, W. P 70» 

Estey, J. L 75a 

Eurosa, J. M 24a 

Evans, A. M. H.... 6> 

Evans, Charles K.. 81* 
Evans, G.C..48»,48», 44* 

Evans, J. D 41» 

Evans, J. L 48* 

Evans, M. H.A 75« 

Evans, Simon 16* 

Evans, Simpson B. . 52« 

EvanM, Stephen H . .. 68* 

Evans, S. L 4P 

Evans, Thomas 49* 

Evans, Thos. J 19* 

Evans, W. A 61* 

Ivans, W. C 21* 

Evans, W. H 85« 

Evans, W. H 73» 

Evans, W.R 74« 

Evans, W.W 61* 

Evans, Ziba 89> 

Everett, E 58* 

Everett, Frank A.. . . 75* 

Everett, John 28* 

Everett, J. H....27S 28* 

Everett, M.L 46»,46» 

Everett, T.J 78* 

Ewer, C. U 78* 

Ewing, H. W 81* 

Ewlng, R. P 29» 

Exley, Frank 46» 

Eyer,P. F 61* 

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Fabbri,G. 1 90* 

Fairfax, Moses T.... 17* 

Fairhead, G.B 57* 

Fallon, J. G 66* 

Falls. Seneca 13* 

Fanmng, E. K 69* 

Farley, O. A 78* 

Farley, Wm.T 21* 



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Famon,E. T 12», 18^ 

Famsworth, C. H... 61* 

Faroat, Wm. H 88» 

Farrar, H. C 66* 

Farrow, John E 61* 

Farwell, E. C 66* 

Fasnocht, I. G 82* 

Faulkner. J. A 89* 

Faulks,J. B 68* 

Fans, T. S 52* 

Fay, F. C 84* 

Featherston, J. A . . . 14* 

Fcelemeyer. G. W.. 66* 

Feese, G. H 22* 

Feight, J. W 52* 

Felder, Linus 14* 

Fellows, Nathaniel. . 76^ 

Felshaw, A. J 68» 

Felsing, William... 20* 

Felt,J.L 85* 

Feltner. J. P 80* 

Fenn, J. W 75* 

Fenton, I. C 67» 

Ferguson, A. H 72* 

Ferguson, B.H.S.. 29» 

Ferguson, Edward . . 8* 

Ferguson, John C . . 76» 

Ferguson, J. V 58* 

Ferguson, 8. 11.. . 84*, 85* 

Ferguson, S.I 72* 

Ferguson, S. R 86* 

Ferguson, Thos. L.. S5i 

Ferguson, Wm 76* 

Ferguson, W. A. 62», 68» 

Ferguson, W. G.... 61* 

Ferguson, W.M.... 67» 

Ferguson.W. P.F. 24», 73* 

FemalcLO. H 83* 

Fernandez, Manuel. 24* 

Femley. T. A 68' 

Fero, W. D 72* 

Ferril, T. J 49* 

Ferris, D. 70* 

Ferris, E.L 66* 

Ferris, G. W 74* 

Ferry, Edward 8.... 71* 

Fettro, J. T 68* 

Fickett,B. F 81», 82» 

Fielding, Frank P... 85* 

Fields, Edward 16» 

Filmer, Geo 70» 

Finley, J. W 46* 

Finley, R. 8 48* 

Fish, A. B 6* 

Fish, F. A 68* 

Fisher, A. A 81» 

Fisher, Bern 14* 

Fisher, CO 6* 

Fisher, H. D 48* 

Fislier, J. C 65* 

Fisher, J. K 61* 

Fisher, J. W 6* 

Fisher, K. B 86», 87» 

Fisher, M. L 65* 

Fisher, Paris 85* 

Fisk, F 75* 

Fisk, Noble 85» 

Fisk, N. B 76* 

FiKk, 8. M 68* 

Fitch, W. 8 11* 

Fitzwater, W. M.... 80' 

Flad, John 40* 

Flammann, August. 40* 

Flanders, C. P 60* 

Fleisher, E. H 37* 

Fleming, C. K 87' 

Fleming, J. W 66* 

Flemmg, R. H... 18«, 19* 

Flemister, G. Y 6* 

Fletcher, A. J 26' 



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Fletcher, E. 8 

Fletcher, Frank . . 80», 

Fletcher, R.R 

Fletcher, Wesley. . . . 
Flickenger, F. fl. . . . 

Flint, Robert 

Flocken, F. W 

Flocken.L. M 

Flood, Henrv 

Flouton, W. H 

Flowers, James. .... 

Flowers, 0. H 

Floyd, L.C 

Fogle, J.W 

Foley, E. R 

FoUansbee, F. J . . . . 

Folsom, J. D 

Foote, F. W 

Fopp, John 

Ford, Abel 

Ford, A. J 

Ford, C. B 

Ford, D. A 

Ford, Daniel B 

Ford, Elbert 24*, 

Ford, James 

Ford, J. B 

Ford, Robert 

Ford,T.B 

Ford, W. T 

Fordham, C. W 

Foreman, C. H 

Foreman, I. N 

Foreman, W.W... . 

Foresman, J. O 

Forest, Ellis 17* 

Forest, W. P 

Forkner, A. L 

Forrest, H. F 

Forrest, John W. , . . 

Forscht, A. C 

Forsyth, Geo 

Fort, J.P 

Fortner, H. B 

Fosbun?, D. H... 47S 

Foss, H. E 

Foster, Andrew 

Foster, Elom 

Foster, E.J 

Foster, G.M 45», 

Foster, Harry B 

Foster, Isaac M 

Foster, L. W.... 48», 

Foster, M. 11 

Foster, M. K 

Foster, U. A 

Foster, W.H 

Foster, W. 8 

Foster, W.W 

Foster, W. W., Jr. . 

Fot, J. W 

Fowler, Charles J... 

Fowler, Ellis F 

Fowler, E. M 

Fowler, J. L 

Fox, D. O 

Fox, Hibbard 

Fox, H. J 

Fox, J. D 

Fox, J. W 90», 

Fox, Othello W 

Fox, Robert 

Fox, Samuel 

Frambes, I). E 

Frame, Noble 

France, H. S 

France, John 

France, Joseph 

Francis, D. K. 

Francis, G. C 



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Gamble, James 5p 

Gamble, J. W 87» 

Gamble, S. W... 22», 44» 

Gamble, W.J 69" 

Gamboa, Comedo A 24' 

GameweU, F. D... M* 

Gammons, J. G 78« 

Gannaway, W. H. . . 84* 

Ganoe, M. L 52' 

Ganoo.W. V 51> 

Gant, Peter 26* 

Gamt,G.W 18» 

Garcia, Doroteo 24* 

Gardner, Charles H. 72» 

Gardner, L. M... 65«, C6« 

Gardner, Simeon. ... 65* 

Gardner, S. T 82 

Gardner, Tlios.B... 66» 

Garden, J. H 8»» 

Garey, 8. H 6« 

Garrett, J. F 28* 

Garrett, J. 8 17», 18» 

Garrison, C.F 87> 

Garrison, Joseph... 87» 

Garrison,8. O 64« 

Garton, E.M 54» 

Gary, Frank 14« 

Goscoyne, H. 8 87' 

Gaskill, Joseph 86« 

Gaskill,8.F 87« 

Gates, C.E 27» 

Gates, D. W 66> 

Gates, M.L bZ* 

Gates, Primus 25* 

Gates, Samuel 25* 

Oatewood, Wm. H.. 29> 

Gattuso, G. B 90« 

Gaul, C. L 68* 

Gaol, Geo 64* 

Gay, Andrew M 74* 

Gay, Carlo J 89* 

Gay, Daniele 89* 

Gay, Paolo 90* 

Gayden, Z.T 16» 

Gaylord, J. H 60* 

Gaylord, J. 11 76* 

Gearhart, Franklin. 61 » 

Gehrett,J.A 49» 

Gehrett, 8. W 68* 

Ge3<?er, E. P 41* 

Geiger, G. II 40* 

Geiseler, J.N.... 77», 78* 

Gel8t,A. D 68' 

Oendall^nincis 89» 

Genge, Edwin 65* 

Geoghegan, W. B... 65* 

George, A. P 88* 

George, F.T 76* 

George,N.D 75* 

George, W.P 53* 

Gerard, A. C 68* 

Gerber, Rodolfo.... 88* 

German, Solomon. . . 66* 

Germond, Philip ... 78* 

Getman, E. 1 11* 

Getty, Frederick .... 46' 

Gibbons, A. M.. 82», 88* 

Gibbons. J. T 25* 

Gibb!», J.N 10* 

Gibbs,M.T 53* 

Gibson, A.E 57« 

Gibson, A. W 51' 

Gibson, D 72' 

Gibson, Henry 84* 

Gibson, John 82* 

Gibson, J. B 44', 48» 

Gibson, Samuel 29* 

Giddenn, E. D 6' 

Giddings, C. E 7* 

Gideon, G. H. 22«, 45', 46* 



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Gideon, T.J 22* 

Oie8regen.Wm 40* 

Giffin,c7M 70' 

Gifford, Eli 88* 

Gilbert, £. A 22» 

Gilbert, F. A 68' 

Gilbert, J. 8 54' 

Gilbert,R.H 51* 

Gilbert, Thoniaa E. . 71' 

GUbert,W. T 71* 

Gilder, G.K 89* 

Gill, A. G 6' 

Gill, A. J 66* 

Gill, Beiijamln 77* 

Gill, Edward 48' 

Gill, G. W 18«, 14* 

Gill, Joshua 75* 

GUI, Joseph H 12', 

18», 69* 

Gill, R. C 88* 

GUlam, Alex 14' 

Gillam,N 67* 

Gillam, W.H 84* 

Gillespie, D. D 72* 

Gillespie, J. H 46* 

Gillespie, Oba«.itth. . 28* 

Gillespie, Wm. 8... 29» 

Gilliam, E. L 85> 

Gillies, Jolin 60* 

Gillies, Wm.W 70* 

GilliUnd, J. P 77* 

Gillie, W.M 61* 

Gillum, R. E 41* 

Gilman,B.A 70* 

Gilmore, Alex 87* 

Gilmore, Frank.... 14* 

Gilmore, James 26* 

GUroy.H. E 62*, 64* 

Gilruth, Archibald.. 60* 
Girshom, Henry. 59», 69* 

Given, Robert 87* 

Given, Thomas N . . . 82* 

Gladney, H. B 28* 

Glass, James F 52* 

Glendenning, J. E. . 47* 

Gleon, G. M 60», 52* 

Glens, George A . . . . 46' 

Gleuk, Frederick ... 40* 

Glick, George M.... 87' 

Glick, Joniithan .... 84* 

Glidden, E.A 84* 

Glor, Geo 67«, 69' 

Glover, H.C 70* 

Glover, Henrv L 70* 

Glover, J. W.... 50«, 51* 

Gobin, H. A 48* 

Goddard, M. E 44* 

Godfrey, A. C 75* 

Godman,W. D 16* 

Goiishall. M. 8.. 87», 88* 

Qoettel, Philip 66* 

Qoheen, Mayl'erry, 65* 

Goin»*, Paul G 19* 

Goings, E. C 16* 

Goings, M. 8 16* 

Golden, W. II 29* 

Goodell, C. L 75* 

Goodell,fe. C 57' 

Goodenough, A. II. 70* 

Goodier,E. W 79* 

Gooding, J. G 67' 

Goodlett, York 18* 

Goodrich, E 87* 

Goodrich, F. A 88' 

Goodrich, F.D 61' 

Goodrich, J. N.. 64», 65* 

Goodrich, Nelson . 77* 

Goodsell, G. H 71* 

Good8on,L. W 19* 

Goodwin, D.D 23* 



Goodwin, W 25* 

Goodwin, W. C 57* 

Gordon, C. W 23' 

Gordon, D.M 68* 

Gordon, D.W 64> 

Gordon, F. M 6* 

Gordon, T.E 64* 

Gordon, Wm 75* 

Gordon, Wm. C... 77' 

Gorse, Charles 72* 

Gorse, J. E 78* 

Gorse, J. W 72* 

Gobs, W. R 78* 

Goucher, J. F 65* 

Gould, A 76* 

Gould, J. B 75* 

Gowell, W. H... 81», 82« 

Grabe, G. W 49* 

Gracey, 8. L 75* 

Grady, George 41* 

Graeff, F. E 68' 

GrafllG. W. F 68* 

GraflT, J. B 64* 

Graft'am, A. D... 81', 82* 

Graham, Alex 70* 

Graham, E. A 44^ 

Graham, G. W 29* 

Graham,H 66* 

Graham, J. B 51* 

Graham, J. E 81* 

Graham, J. 8 74' 

Graham, J. W 47* 

Graham, W. I.... 6', 44* 

Gramley, C. H...48', 44* 

Granger,P. N 61* 

Grant, A. R 11* 

Grant, G. A 79' 

Grant, H. L 66* 

Grant, Je£f^y 8* 

Grant, J. C 11* 

Grant, J.Il 6* 

Grunt, L. R 59* 

Grant, 8. II 14* 

Grata, F.G 89* 

Grauley, Jacob E. . . 68' 

Gravatt, H. F. . . 86», 87* 

Graves, Albert J... 46' 

Graves, F. B 76* 

Graves, G. A 71* 

Graves, John 65' 

Graves, Maris 63' 

Graves* WilliH 25» 

Graw, J. B 87' 

Graw, J. J 87' 

Gray, C. A 69' 

Gray, E. J 52* 

Gray,E. M 17' 

Gray, George 18' 

Gray, G.T 61* 

Gray, G. W 22* 

Gray, J. F. F 56* 

Gray, J. B. T 63' 

Gray, J. T 63' 

Gray, Joshua W.... 81' 

Gray, L. B 59* 

Gray, M. V 18* 

Gray, P. B 18* 

Gray, 8. P 57* 

Gray,T. B 48* 

Gray, W. 1) 45' 

Gray. W. L 68» 

Gray Deal, Adolphus*. 44' 

Green, Aloystu!*. . 80', 31* 

Green, C.E 66* 

Green, Donaldson. . . 29* 

Green, Enoch 86* 

Green, F. M 49* 

Green, G. W 68* 

Green, J. 12' 

Green, J. 11 47* 



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Green, Nehemiuh ... 47* 

Green, R. L 75* 

Green, Stephen 16' 

Green, 8. A 87' 

Green, William 24* 

Green, W. B 80' 

Green, W.M 81* 

Greenbank, W.E... 87* 

Greene, H. A... 87', 88* 

Greene, J. M 50' 

Greene, a 18* 

Greenfield, Geo 88' 

Greenfield, 8. J 58* 

Qreenig, O. H 87' 

Greenlcy, Thos 51 » 

Greenman, A 67* 

Greenman, A. W... 24' 

Green well. 8. 8 56* 

Greenwold,F. W.... 13» 

Gregg, Oren 66* 

Gregg, 8. Busby.... 66* 

Gregg, W. B 31* 

Gregory, Alltert 61* 

Gregory, A. J 86* 

Gregory, G.H 73* 

Gregory, T. W 66' 

Grice, C. A 32* 

Grice, J.L 18* 

Griffin, Austin 89* 

Griffin, A. M 74» 

Griffin, B.J 27» 

Griffin, D.N 71* 

Griffin, G. II 60* 

Griffin, 8. G 42' 

Griffin, T. A 66' 

Griffin, Wm 65» 

Griffin 8. G 48* 

Griffith, T. M 63* 

Griffith, W. C 56* 

Griffiths,Wm. R.... 58* 

Grffith**, E. C 64' 

Griggs, Eugene 74* 

Grigsby, J. E. A. D. 80* 

Grimes, J. M 88' 

Grimm, C. F 40* 

Grimsley, J. A 8* 

Grinnage, Asbury.. 80' 

GrismerjC. V 65* 

Groat, W. H 66' 

Groebe, Adam 40* 

Groover, Peter 10* 

Gross, 8. 8 83» 

Groth, J.C 20' 

Grove, 8. G 68' 

Grovenor, Fnuici.-*. . 82* 

Grover, J. B 49» 

Groves, W. H 6* 

Gruber, Andrew C. . 6S* 

Grundy, W. F 46* 

Guelfl, Antonio 88* 

Guernsey, E. J 66* 

Guernsey, J. W . . . . 60» 

Guexji, John 14* 

Guild, D II 68* 

Guild, Thomas M.. 68* 

Guile, C. H 58* 

Guldin, John 51* 

Gunnett, A. H 50* 

Gupple, Benjamin.. 18* 

Gumey, E.B 78' 

Sustafson, A. J.,.. 7* 

Guthrie, C. E 66' 

Guthrie, R. E 33» 

Guthrie, Wm. B.... 81* 

Gutierrez, Galdino.. 23' 

Gutteridge, J. A.... 54» 

Guyer, A. W 61* 

Guyer, Geo 51 ' 

Gwynn, W. R 55* 

Gysen, Ernest. 40» 



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Hackenberg, J. H.. 68« 

Hackney, H.M 46' 

Haddock, F. C 82» 

Hadlock,E. H 84» 

Haendiges, Philip.. 40* 

Haff, E. B 65« 

Hagan, W.T 28' 

Hagar, C. L 66« 

Hagerty, Alberts... 71» 

Hagerty,T. H 46* 

Haggerty, T. 8 M» 

Haggerty.W. H.... 5S« 

HagSod, Lm S5* 

Hahn, M. M 8a» 

Haines, J. B 87« 

Haines, J. H 86« 

Haines, J. M 6d» 

Hale, F.J 74*, 77» 

Halea, T. P 49« 

Haley, J. F 88« 

Haley, P. H 14» 

Hall, Aaron 65» 

Hall, A. E 77» 

Hall, A.J 76» 

Hall, C.J 80» 

Hall, C. L 66» 

Hall, Charles M.... 77« 

Hall, E. D 79* 

Hall, G. A 70« 

Hall,H. P 76« 

Hall, LS 87« 

Hall, Joel 66> 

Hall, J. A 25« 

Hall, J. B 65«,66« 

Hall, J. C 88» 

Hall, John C 68« 

Hall, J. E 58* 

Hall, Thomaa 64» 

Hall,T.F 88* 

Hull, W. H 68« 

Hall, W. P 67» 

Hall, Winfleld W... 78» 

Hallcn, Albert. 77> 

Haller, J. P 65» 

Halleron, Daniel 68* 

Hallock, D. F 69> 

Hallock, F. M 71' 

Hallock. Leander... 46» 

Hallowell^eter..... 62> 

Halstead, Henry.... 88» 

Hal8tead,T. P 88» 

Halverson, Cleans... 6', 7* 

Ham, Samuel 62« 

Ham, Thoraaa 19» 

Hambleton, W. J... 76« 

Hamblin.F.W 61» 

Hamel,W. V 46' 

Hamilton, Alex 8l> 

Hamilton, A. W.... 80» 

Hamilton, Guy 44' 

Hamilton, Joseph. . . Gl» 

Hamilton, J. B 70' 

Hamilton, J. W.... 76> 

Hamilton, Wado 14' 

Hamilton, Wm 70' 

Hamlin, B. B 61' 

Hamlin, Fletcher... 78» 

Hamlin, G. M 78> 

Hamlin, W. 8 61> 

Hamm, M. G 47% 48' 

Hammack, W. McK. 56' 

Hamraersley, J. W.. 80« 

Hammersley, J. W. 81' 

Hammett,E. L 6« 

Hammitt, C. J 81 

Hammond, A. M. . . 46 

Hammond, Chas .... 77 

Hammond, Eden... 43' 

Hammond, E.W.S. 85' 



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Hammond, J. B.... 58' 

Hammond, Solomon 80' 

Hammond, S.M.... 71» 

Hammond, S. P. . . . 54' 

Hammond, T. S.... 88' 

HammonH, K. P.... 44» 

Hampton, H.T 28» 

Hampton. Jamos. . . 16' 

Hanaburgh,D. H... 74» 

Hanaford,C. H 76« 

HanafordjJ. L 75« 

Hancock, Crawford. 18> 

Hancock, E. C 88« 

Hancock, G. E 88' 

Hancock, J. E 58' 

Hancock, W. J...57S68' 
Hand. Alonxo....67», 58' 

Hand, J. H 70« 

Handley. John 88' 

Handy, Aaron SO* 

Handy, AlfVed. 28' 

Handy, F.D 61' 

Hanlon, Thos 87« 

Hann,S. H 87« 

Hanna, G. P 80» 

Hanna,J. D. C 82> 

Hanna,J. T 88» 

Hanna,T. H 27« 

Hannali, W. M 18« 

Hansoom, L. L 81* 

Han8coin,8.L 84* 

Hansen, Eliot 76« 

Hanson. Henry 79* 

HaqQ,Zahurul 18< 

Harbert,R. H 14« 

Harbour, O.V.L... 68» 

Hard,C. P 60« 

Hard, ManleyS.... 88' 

H ardeman, Alex .... 27' 

Hardendorf, C. W.. 58' 

Harde:»ty, Geo. L... 81« 

Harding, A. F 88' 

Harding, T. H 82» 

Hardy,A.0 64' 

Hardy, G. H 85« 

Hargis, J. H 63* 

Hargrave, J. H 85' 

Harkcr, I. B 84' 

Harkins, J. W 68« 

llarknesH, R. T 44' 

Harlan, M. A 68' 

Harman, H. M 56' 

Harman, N. E 88» 

Harmc8, Wesley.... 14» 

Harmon, John H.;. 80' 

Harmon, L.F 49' 

Hamed, C. J 48' 

Hamed, C. W 6». 7» 

Hamed, H. G 80' 

Harper, Daniel 25' | 

Hurper, H. 11 44' 

Harper, J uckson .... 19' 

Harriman, 8. F 77» 

Harrington, W.R... 29» 

Harris, Allen 14> 

Harris,A.D 17' 

Harris, A. M 58' 

Ham8,C. E..69»,77',79' 

llarri:*,C.H 57' 

Harri8,D.B 87' 

Harris, El.as 28» 

Harris, Emanuel .... 16» 

Harris, F. P 75' 

Harris, FentonM.... 43' 

Harris, G.C 55», 56' 

Harris, Houston — 25» 

Harris, IL A 58' 

Harris, Joseph 46' 

Harris, J. S 22' 

Harris, L.C 34', 3o» 



Pace 

Harris, Peter 27» 

Harris, P. D 18» 

Harris, K. 8 86' 

Harris, S.D 54' 

Harris, 8. M 66' 

Harris, William 17' 

Harris, Wra 56' 

Harris, W.B 85' 

Harris, W. 8 16» 

Harris, W. T 43' 

Harrison, A. H 18« 

Harrison, Emanuel. .5', 6» 

Harrison, Ephraim. 16' 

Harrison,J 67» 

Harrison, J. T 18' 

Harrison, 0.8 68« 

Harrison, Thomas.. 68» 

Uarroun, Th«»s 88" 

narrower, C. 8 73» 

Har8hman,C.W.... 12» 

Hart, August 8 7» 

Hart, B.H 52» 

Hart, Charles 25' 

Hut, J.S 65' 

Hartel, Wm 49' 

Hartley, L. M 84« 

Hartman, Albert... 88» 

Utftman, Daniel.... 51^ 

Hartrlck, R. A 49« 

Hartsock,8.M 56* 

HartungyC. R 81> 

Hart welL Joseph .... 88' 

Hartwig,K. R. 64» 

Hartaell, C. V 6V 

Hartaell, J. C 1«« 

Harvey,C «8» 

Harvey, Frank 1«» 

Harvey, F.B 68« 

Harvev, G. H 88» 

Harvey, S. W 26* 

Harwood,J. VY 46* 

Harwood, T. C 66» 

Harwood, T. W 65» 

Hasen, S. R 17» 

Haskell, C. L 88» 

Haskell, Daniel 56' 

Hastings, G. 8 59» 

Hastings, Samuel. 12», 1S» 

Hasty, E.F 68' 

Hatch, Charles T... 78' 

Hatch, W.H 75' 

Hatfield, E.H 77» 

Hatfield, W. F 73' 

Haugh, J. 8 70' 

Hausser, Gustav, Jr. 40« 

Hausser, G., Sr 40» 

Havekast, Theodor. 21 » 

Haven, T.W 74» 

Haven, W. 1 75' 

Havenner, F. H.... 56« 

Havens, G 67' 

Ilavermale, G. W.. 48' 

Havihmd, Oscar. ... 74' 

Hawker, LB 8' 

Hawkes, Philo 77' 

Hawkins, C. W.... 77' 

Hawkins, J. E 78' 

Hawkins, Kobert... 4a' 

Hawkins, S. W.. 40', 41' 

Hawkins, T. H 45'-' 

Hawks, Joseph 81' 

Hawley, Bostwick.. 65' 

Hawley, C. R 66' 

Hawley, J. H 47' 

Hawley, M. L 55' 

Hawley, N. J 11» 

Hawxhurst, J. H... 74' 

HawxhurstjP.R.... 89' 

Hayes, C. H 89' 

Hayes, Edward 56' 



Hayes, Frank 4S1 

Hayes, R.F 52', 58« 

Hayes, 8. H 6« 

Hayes, Wm 88» 

Hayne,H. H 17» 

Haynes, Albert 26' 

Haynes, A. H 78' 

Haynes, H 18» 

Haynes, T. H 81' 

Hays, Joseph 84* 

Hays, J. L 58' 

Hays, Robert 29« 

Hayter,H. J 54» 

Hay ward, F. L 78» 

Hazel, T. G 18' 

Hazleton, J. 881 

Heaoock, Geo 62' 

Head.C. P 28' 

Heard, Joseph B. ... 58' 

Heam, Geo 74» 

Heath, C. A. 8 65« 

Heath, J. A 65» 

HeaUi,S. P fi4» 

Heath, W. B 79' 

Heath, W. J 77» 

Heaton, C. E 46' 

Heavener,U. 8. A... 80« 

Heaxt,A. D 66» 

Heaxt,F.G 661 

Hebbard, £.8 69' 

Heck,G.L 51> 

Heck, Henry H 40' 

Heck,O.G 63« 

Heokman, Isaac 52' 

Hedges, J. W 56' 

Hedges, Salem. 44* 

Hedge^S. L 61« 

Hedrick.D.C 80« 

Hoebner, Alfred.... 68' 

Heilner.S. A «4> 

Heim,John 67*, W 

Hemlein, A.H 46* 

Heisler, J. 8 88* 

HeUley, C.W 87» 

Heisse, J. F 55« 

Hehnick, J. C . . ..82^ 83> 

Helms, W.R 58» 

Henderson, Elijah.. 84' 

Henderson, Emanuel 25» 

Henderson, Henry. . 28' 

Henderson, J. G 48' 

Henderson, 8. B.... 19* 
Henderson, W. H. 29', 80« 

Hendrickson, J. T. . 33' 
Henry, Andrew. . 52», 53« 

Henry, Joseph. 43» 

Henry, J. A 26', 27» 

Henry, J. 8 35« 

Henson, Joseph 69' 

Henson, Mack 25* 

Herbert, W.G...:.. 56» 

Hermance, Fields... 73* 

Hermance, J. P 78» 

Heroy,D 72» 

Heroy, L B 72» 

Heroy, N. L 74> 

Herr, Martin 53» 

Herr, Wilmer F.... 87» 

Herrick. A. F 75* 

Horrick, A. H 77« 

HeiTick, Ernest P.. 76« 

Herrick, H. N 68« 

Herron, L. D 66» 

Heslup. Hayward... 28» 

Hess, Henry 63« 

Hesselgrave, Henry. 58* 

He8ser,W. C 51* 

Heston, D. W 85« 

Heston, W. W 85* 

Hestwood, A. B. . . 32», 8S« 



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He«twood,C. D..82S88« 

Howard, J. B 869 

llewes, G 75» 

HewM, Wm 84> 

Hewitt, Edmund 87» 

Hewitt, Hosea 82> 

Hewitt, J. W 88» 

Hewlett, J. J 27» 

HeTde,G. W 669 

Hibbard, L. A 47» 

Hibbler,J. C 27', 28' 

Hickman, Dillard... 85» 
Hickman, J. W...86«,87» 

Hicks, JohnK 50» 

Hicks, J. J 48«, 50> 

Hicks, Owen 61« 

Hickson, Robert L.. 18* 

Hielenman, J. F 879 

Higby, JTw 681 

Higgins, E<lward... 769 

Himrm»,J.W 76» 

HiKifH, A. U 40»,419 

Higginti, W. II 26* 

Hisrhtcr, Lewia 1»» 

HiU,Arzft 71* 

HULA. 8 69> 

Hill, Charle»» 829 

HUl, C. A 81« 

Hill, C.E 869, 87« 

Hill, D. W 809 

Hill, E.F....47»,iK)«, 919 

Hill,F. C 6&> 

Hill,G.H 6S» 

HiU,lKaac 44» 

Hill, J. H 449 

Hill, J. L 88» 

Hill, J. T 48> 

Hill, J. W 41> 

Hill, Lawson 19* 

HHl, Morris 69» 

Hill, M. T 689 

Hai,P.H 28» 

Hill, Warner 69 

HUl, W.J 899 

Hill, W. T 709 

Hiller, Wm. H 88> 

Hiller, W. M 899 

flillman, J. H 849 

Hills, CD 65» 

Hills, J. E 8» 

HilK V. E 84'- 

Hilton, Abraham. 169, 16' 

Hilton, J. W 16» 

Hilton, Wm. E 809 

Hinckley, C.N 799 

Hinckley, E. B 77» 

Hinesman, R. B.... 6' 

Hinkle, Richard.... 629 

Hin8on,J. M 649 

Hinton, Frank 85» 

Hioms. Richard.... 88» 

Hipp, B. M 9» 

Hitchcock, Alonzo.. 60* 

Hitchcock, Elvin... 77' 

Hitchcock, Harvey . 60» 

Hitchcock, Merrill.. 66' 

Hitchcock, P. M.... 66' 

Hitchcock, W. D... 66» 

Kitchens, Geo 869 

Hoag, C. E 67», 67« 

Hoag, E. C 709 

Hoag, 11. 1 72', 74» 

Hoag, W. II 65» 

Hoagland, W. L.... 54' 

Hobbs, ^.W 5o> 

Hobbs,L. M 63' 

Hoch,W.E 51' 

Hodgdon, T. A 83» 

Hodge, Elias 76> 

Hodgson, T. S 84' 



Pave 

Hoffecker, E. L 789 

Hotfhian, Adol ph um . 84* 
Hoffhian, E. H...629, 64> 

Hoffman, Heinrich . . 21 > 

Hotfinan, L. B 63' 

Hoffman,R.A 86» 

Hoffrogge, C. H.... 40* 

Ho^an, John 86' 

Hogan, J. 89» 

Hogan, L.J 149 

HojiCiett, Alex 48' 

Hoit, Geo 8i' 

Hoke, G. M 51» 

Holbrook, Philip... 88> 

Holbrook,W.M.... 68' 

Holden, C. W 789 

Holden, J.H 26» 

Holder, I. K 22', 289 

Holdemess, F. C... 289 

Holdich, J 72> 

Holdstock, E 689 

Holtord, Cage. 40», 41«, 47> 

Holla, C. A 74» 

Holland, A. S 89' 

Holland, E.F 48' 

Holland, W.J 14> 

Hollen, B. W 879 

Holley,J. S 809 

HoUeyman, T. E. 14', 26' 

Holliday, J. A. 6» 

Hollingshead, Jos.. 789 

Hollingsworth,T. H. 499 

Hollis, Geo 69* 

Holli»ter, W. H 899 

HoUopeter, B. 8.... 689 

HoUopeter, CM 68' 

Holman, Calvin.... 48> 

Holman, Sullivan ... 85> 

Holmes, C E.... 74», 769 

Holme*, C W... 40', 419 

Holmes, G. D 82* 

Holmes, Htor\'ey L. . 689 

Holmes, J. A 849 

Holmes, J. A 489 

Holmes, James £. . . 719 

Holmes, L.W 719 

Holmes, Oihniel.... 67* 

Holmes, W. A 69 

Holmes. W.F 82» 

Holsendorf, Thon... 8» 
Holsonbhke, L. D. 90', 91 » 

Holt,D.B 82' 

Holta, D. F 44' 

Holway, R. F 75» 

Holway, W. 76» 

Homan, Sumucl 8S» 

Homburg, II 21' 

Honsinger, A . 1 1 609 

Hontz, A. W 62» 

Hood, A. L 63' 

Hood,G. W 229 

Hood, William L... 789 

Hooker, P. L 509 

Hooper, Joshih 84' 

Hooper, Sylvesu-r. . . 829 

Hooven, A. B 62' 

Hoover, H. J 45* 

Hoover, 8. H 63' 

Hopewell, W 859 

Hopkins, C. T 18> 

Hopkins, G.F 13* 

Hopkins, J. E 339 

Hopkins, S. M.. .. 47' 

Hopkins, Wm 6» 

Hoppmann, F. W.. 409 

Horn, J. C 49> 

Hom,L. H 14' 

Homer, A. A 44» 

Horner, J. W.... 82', 88' 

Homing, John 51' 



Face 

Horsey, C A 809 

Horsev, M. H 809 

Horton, I. W 85' 

Hortou. L. G 79» 

Horweli, Samuel.... 68' 

Hoakins, Robert 18> 

Houck, Philip 88» 

Houck, W. A 619 

Hough, A. J 61» 

Houghawout, J. W. 61» 

House, CT 669 

House, Edwin L 84* 

House, T.M 11', 12' 

Housel, L. 87' 

HouMton, J. C 289 

Houston, J. L 8l» 

Houts, G. R 489 

Howard, Abel 629 

Howard, C M 86» 

Howard, E. A 76* 

Howard,O.P 88* 

Howard, G. 8. V... 68» 

Howard, Henry E.. 619 

Howard, H. W 69' 

Howard, J. C 689 

Howard, J. G 89 

Howard, J. L 87' 

Howard, John H. .. . 819 

Howard, J.N 88» 

Howard, Lewm 84' 

Howard, L. P 81)9 

Howard, Mellen.... 85» 

Howard, R. H 75» 

Howard, Wm. A... 449 

Howard. W. B.... 60» 

Howe, E. N 669 

Howe, G. O 61' 

Howeli, D.T 64' 

Howell, F.G 71' 

Howell, W.P 689 

flowelh»,C. A 749 

Howes, G.W 839 

Howland, E. 54' 

Hewlett, C. W .. . 40«, 419 

Hoyt,E. A 839 

Hoyt, E. C 669 

Hoyt, J. C 749 

Hubbard, Alex 41 

Hubbar.t, B. M 16' 

Hubbard, E. L,.... 829 

Hubbard, JaiiiuM , . 81' 

Hubbard, J. H. B.. 80' 
Hubbard, J. H...45', 469 
Hubbard, J. W.. 90', 91' 

Hubbard, T.M 80' 

Hubbard, W.M.... 759 

Hubbell, G. A 719 

Hubbell, Nathan ... 70' 

Hubinger, John A.. 489 

Huckabee.B. W.... 9' 

Hudson, C- 'melius.. 64' 

Hudson, C.G 6«' 

Hudson, J. W 15' 

Hudson, S. M 869 

Hufftnan, L. S 809 

Huffman, S 499 

Huger, Stephen A. . 8' 

Hughe.-*, Bmce 51* 

Hughes, F. M 22' 

Hughes, Geo 87' 

Hughes, J. 8 63» 

Hughes, John W... 22' 

Hughes, J. W 419 

Hughes, L.B 029 

Hughes, S.R 439 

Hughes, W.H 66' 

Hughey, G. W 46' 

Hulbert, C S 61' 

Hulburd, Merritt. 62', 64' 

Hull, C. F 63' 



Pan 

Hull,J.C 77' 

Hultz, Edmund C... 87' 

Humphrey, H. C. . . 72' 

Humphrey, J. H. . . . 76' 

Humphrey, J. L. . . . 589 

Humphrey, Peter. . . 26' 

Humphries, Diiniel. 25' 

Humphri.s, R. W... 689 

Hunt, Aaron 72' 

Hunt A. 8 71» 

Hunt, Edwin 74' 

Hunt, E. J 46' 

Hunt, G. W.. 77», 799, gia 

Hunt, L L 579 

Hunt, J. C 69 

Hunt, Robert 739 

Hunt, W. W 679 

Hunter, James 44' 

Hunter, James 529 

Hunter, Moses H... 179 

Hunter, 8. L 48' 

Hunter, T.B 829 

Hunter, W. C 69 

Huntington, W. E.. 76» 

Huntley, E.D 559 

Huntley, R. E... 48', 509 

Hard, W. F 66» 

Hurlbut, J. L 689 

Hurley, J. H 9» 

Hurlock, G.T 64* 

Husted, J. B 779 

Huston, Alex. G. . . . 299 

Huston, J. W 609 

Hutchin,W. H 869 

Hutchins, C. II 809 

Hutchinson, B. W.. 799 

Hutchinson, E 179 

Hutchinson, J. II... 87* 

Hutohinson,0. W... 76' 

Hutson, Samuel D.. 28' 

Hyde, A. A 22' 

Hyde, E. L 77' 

Hyde, George B 249 

Hyde, W.H. 609 

Hyde. W.P 77' 

Hyden,J. A 44' 

Hynson, E. H 82» 

Iglchart, F. C 64* 

Hiff.J.M 44' 

Illick, Hiram J 63> 

Illman, Frederick . 68' 

Illman, G. F 87' 

Illman, R. T.B 71» 

Ing, Stanford 459 

Ingall8,J.C 759 

luKerwll, VYcbslcr.. 58' 

Ingle, A. H 809 

Ingraliam, T. L 289 

Irons, Joseph 719 

Irvin, J.H 83' 

Irwin B. F 82', 33' 

Irwin, Geo. W 33' 

Irwin, J. F 88' 

Isaac, C 55' 

Isbell. Bishop 65» 

l8ett,H. F 649 

Irtham, G. W 139,88' 

Ismond, L. V 49' 

Isom. R. B 28' 

Israel, G. W 559 

Lizard, A. L 889 

Ivy,C. W 289 

Izzard, G. J 149 



Jackson, A 25* 

Jackson, A.N 19* 

Jackson, Berry 19» 



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ALPHABETICAL LIST OF PREACHERS. 



Pajte 

Jackson, F. M 48^ 

Jackson, G.T 64» 

Jackson, G. W 48> 

Jackson, Henry 60» 

Jackson, Jacob 6» 

Jackson, James 6« 

Jackson, James. 74> 

Jaokfton^ John 14* 

Jackson, John C... 54« 

Jackson, John H... 85> 

Jackson, John W... 41« 

Jackson, J. H 6» 

Jackson, J. II 68» 

Jackson, J. H 48« 

Jackson, J. M 21« 

Jackson, J. W 27» 

Jackbon, J.W... iO*, 41« 

Jackson, J. W 68« 

Jackson, M. J «8» 

Jackson, Nathaniel . . 42* 

Jackson, P. C 8* 

Jackson, P. L 14« 

J aokiion , Sam ucl .... 76* 

Jackson, Squire.... 8» 

Jackson, Thos. J... 19* 

Jackson, T.M 68a 

Jackson, T.P 16» 

Jackson, W.H 14* 

Jacobs, Ch«s. C... 18» 

Jacobs,D. E 8« 

Jacobs, G. C 88« 

Jacobs, Horace L. . . 62* 

Jacobs, J. T 25* 

Jiicobs,S. P 48», 88« 

Jacobus, T.H 58» 

Jaffffard.Wilmcr.... 82' 

Jagger,W.S 76« 

James, 6 18* 

James,J.H 79» 

Jamieson, Arti:ur 72>, 74* 

Jamison, E. S 64* 

Jamison, Perry 29* 

Jamison, R.L 49« 

Janes, L.T 64» 

January, B. F 46* 

Janvier, J. T 12« 

Jasper, 0. H 84* 

Jay, Stephen 89* 

Jayne, George E 74* 

Jetfen*, E. L... 48*, 49* 

Jeffers, John 41* 

Jefferson, Enoch 14' 

JeffHes, Enoc'i 60* 

Jeffries, William E. 71> 

Jenkins, G.VV 48* 

Jenkins, Isaac 89* 

Jenkins, Jarne?*.... 8* 

Jenkins, J. D 6' 

Jenkins, James H... 48* 

JenkinM, RoUinE... 66* 

Jenkins, V. D 6* 

Jenkins. W.E 86* 

Jenne,W. S 60* 

Jennis,C. S 44' 

Jennison, Levi 88* 

Jervcv, W. R 18* 

Jewell. C.H 88' 

Jewell, I««anc 32* 

Jewell, W.T 83* 

Joel, Enoh 18* 

John, C.H 49* 

Johns, Henry 14> 

John9,R 53* 

Johnson, Aaron .... 6* 

Johnson, Alexander. 6* 

Johnson, Amo.-* 64' 

Johnson, C.B 64* 

Johnson, C. H 28* 

Johnson, C.T 76* 

Johnson, Danil. 86', 88» 



Pa«t« 

Johnson, D. B 7* 

Johnson, D. G 18* 

Johnson, Edmund... 15* 

Johnson, F. J 22» 

Johnson, Geo 17' 

Johnson, George D. 42* 

Johnson, Green N . . 27* 

Johnson, H. A 29* 

John:»on, H. T 80* 

Johnson, I. H 80* 

Johnson, I. J 8* 

Johnson, J 67* 

Job nson , John A . . . 10* 

Johnson, Joseph... 16* 

Johnson, J. C 89' 

Johnson, J. F 87' 

Johnson, J. G 11' 

Johnson, J. H 18* 

Johnson, J. H 80* 

Johnson, J. R 10* 

Johnson, J.W 41* 

Johnson, Levi 16* 

Johnson, M. A.. 40», 41* 

Johnson, M.S 85* 

Johnson, N. B 44* 

Johnson, Peter 26' 

Johnson, Pnstell ... 8* 

Johnson, Samuel. . . . 14' 

Johnson, 8. J 27* 

Johnson, Samuel L. 66* 

Johnson, S. P 41* 

Johnson, T.H 80* 

Johnson, T.J 16* 

Johnson, Thos. S..* 18* 

Johnson, T. S 41» 

Johnson, V.S 18* 

Johnson, William. . . 85' 

Johnson, W. C 61* 

J'.hnHon, W. C 62* 

Johnson, W. H 80* 

Johnson, Wm. T.... 84* 

Johnson, W. W. . . . 81* 

Johnston, B. J 75* 

Johnston, J. G 58' 

Johnston, J. M 62' 

Johnston, J. W. ... 71' 

Johnston, W. M.... 68* 

Jolly, Hooper 80' 

Jones, Austin 16* 

Jones, A. R 76* 

Jones, B. D 22* 

Jones, B. F 82', 83» 

Jones, Bradley W.. 66' 

Jones, Charles 86» 

Jones, C. A 66' 

Jones, C.J. W 46» 

Jones, C. K 47* 

Jones, Daniel 85» 

Jones, Ephraiiii 25* 

Jones, E. F 79* 

Jones, E.M 19* 

Joues,E.W 67* 

Jone^i, Francii* C . . . . 18' 

Jones, F.J 88' 

Jonej*, F. M 6» 

Jones, Henry A . . . . 77 

Jones, Henry L 21* 

Jones, Henry W . . . . 66* 

Jones, Jes*e 14' 

Jones, Jesse 25* 

Jones, J' hn 80' 

Jones, J. F 88* 

Jones, J.G 85' 

Jones, J.W 72» 

Jones, Le Grand .... 60' 

Jones, Martin 41*' 

Jones, O. B 46> 

Jones, R. C 81' 

Jone8,R.W 71' 

Jones, Samuel 45* 



Pase 

Jones, 8. D 68' 

Jones, ^ilas W 49' 

Jones, Simeon. . . 10», 10' 

Jones, Stephen H . . . 68' 

Jones, T.T 82» 

Jones, Wesley 27' 

Jones, WUUam 46* 

Jones, W.D 64* 

Jones, W.F 46^ 

Jones, W. H 18' 

Jones, W. H 42* 

Jones, W. H 84' 

Jones, W.S 82* 

Jordan, Chas.... 89», 40* 

Jordan, C. A 28* 

Jordan, C.L 60* 

Jordan, D. A 7S» 

Jordan, James 28* 

Jordan, James. 18' 

Jordan, 8. H 6», 6* 

Jordan, W.R 67* 

Jorden, Jorden 14* 

Jossell, Simpson — 28* 

Joy, Eugene H 68' 

Judd, Burtls 75* 

Judd, H.Q 70« 

Judd, Wm. B 68* 

Judd, W.J 87' 

Judkins, G. J 84* 

Juhlin, P. A 7' 

Jump, Albert 46* 

Jump, M. D 66' 

K 

Kaines, Richard.... 68> 

Kale, G. B 89* 

Kanoff, W. II 68' 

Karschner, L. W... 88* 

Karteholzer, P. L. . . 80' 

Rastendleck, Henry. 40* 

Kastendieck, H.F... 70* 

Kaufman, M.S 78* 

Kavanagh, A. S.... 70* 

Kay, JameaR 58* 

Kay, Robert 72' 

Kearney, Malry 88» 

Keaily,Wm 89' 

Keeler, John E 68' 

Keeler, J. E. A 18* 

Keeler, S.C 85* 

Keeney, S. B 89' 

Keeton,C.M 41* 

Keifer, W.R 64* 

Keith, W.H 61' 

Keller, Joseph 8* 

Kelley, Emory J... 74' 

Kelley, John W.... 56* 

Kelley, Orson M... 58' 

Kelley, R.E 51' 

Kelley, R.H 74' 

Kelley, Spencer 14* 

! Kelley, Thomas 64' 

'Kelley, W.J 84* 

Kelley, W.V 70' 

Kellogg, J. F.... 43', 44' 

Kellogg, R. J 78* 

'Kellogg. S.G 85* 

Kelly, Bernard 44' 

Kclficy, H. L' 66' 

Kemble,S.T 68» 

Kemp, B. A 68* 

Kemp, J. D 81* 

Kendall, Abiiah.... 88' 

Kendall, S. D 49*. 

Kendall, Wm. W... 47* 

Kendig, A.B 70' 

Kennada, F. W . . 34', 85* 

Kennedv, Au-tin... 15* 

Kennedy, A. G IS' 

Kennedy, F. \v' . . . . 85* 



Kennedy, H. L ^* 

Kennedy, Jos. P 76» 

Kennedy, S.S 89* 

Kennedy, W.P., Sr. 22*,28* 

Kenney, G. P 67* 

Kenney, T. A 78* 

Kennison, E. W.... 82* 

Reunoly.D.J 4i» 

Kent,B. M 64», 66' 

Kent, B. T 6* 

Kenyon, E. H 59' 

Kenyon, James B . . . 59* 

Kenyon, S.F 57* 

Keogan, John 74* 

KephartLB. F 28» 

Kerlin, John F 52' 

Kern, J. 72* 

Kerr, George A 66* 

Kerr, George S 68* 

Kerr, Milton R 89» 

Kerr, R 72* 

Kershaw, C.W 16* 

Kester,A. M 61' 

KeBtner, R. B 45» 

Ketcham,J. L 74* 



Ketcham, W. E 



78* 



Ketron, A. H 49* 

Key, C.G 42* 

Keyser. S. G 74* 

Khan, Hasan R 13* 

Khan, Mahbub 18* 

Kidder, A. A 79» 

Kidder, B. F 71' 

Kidder, D.P 13* 

Kidder, D.P 86* 

Kidder, W.J 60* 

Kicnle, J. J 20* 

Kikelhan, Richard.. 74* 

Kilpatrick, Egbert. . 88* 

Kimball, R.H 82* 

King, B. P 61» 

' King, 68* 

King, C. A.. 15», 16», 88* 

King, Douglas D.... 89* 

King, E.P 76* 

King, E. V 68* 

King,F.A 89* 

King, G. E 51* 

King, George W.... 46* 

King, George W.... 79* 

King, H. B 76* 

King, J. D 78* 

King, J. E 66* 

King, J. L 87* 

King,J.M 78* 

iKing, J. R 62' 

'King,M. E 82' 

King, R. E., Jr 58* 

King, S. A 18* 

I King, W. L 89* 

'Khig»bury,J.A.... 58» 

Kingsley, A. W.... 78* 

Kinsley, B.F 76* 

Kinney, I. M 50' 

Kinney, M.D 67* 

Kinney, W.B 88' 

Kinsle, W. C 68* 

K!nzer,J. W 49* 

Kirby, Edward 18' 

Kirby, R.D 69' 

Kirkbride. S. H 67* 

Kirkby, Wm 78* 

Kirkland.C. H 22* 

Kirkley,B. W 85* 

Kirkpalrick, J. O... 7' 
Kirkpatrick, J. W.82S88* 

Kirkpatrick, Thos. . 68* 

Ki»hell,C.W 52* 

Kitchens, U. 8 26* 

iKleinheim, G. E... 68* 



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Pace 

Klelnknect, John 20>, 21> 

Xlepfer, George M . . 51' 

Knake, Geo 47% 48' 

Knapp, G. W 78> 

Knapp, J. E 61« 

Knapp, Kobert 78* 

Knapp, S.M 72' 

Knea8e,T. H 46* 

KDeasel.C. A 70» 

Knight,F. H 75« 

Knipe. Wm 47* 

Kniseley, Joseph K . 52' 

Kniskera, E. M.... 74' 

Knott. J. H 86* 

Knowlea, D. C 86» 

Knowle8,J. H 64* 

Knowles, J. O 76» 

Knowlea, Samuel ... 18* 

Knowlton.C. C 48' 

Knox, J. D 47" 

Knox, Leander £ . . . 68* 

Knox, M. V. B 86« 

Knox, W. A 62», 64' 

Knox,W.E 75> 

Knupp, Samuel 60' 

Koch, Georg 21« 

Kolb, Jacob 40» 

Kolb, Reuben 66« 

KoouB,W. G 82» 

Koontz,W. A 66» 

Kopenhagen, Loub. 20* 

Krantz, John 68' 

Kridor, Leroy M 68» 

Kugler, William E.. 78« 

Knhn, J. H 87' 

Kundigee, Gayanoba 89' 

Kuna,G. J 64^,66' 

Kuith,W.H 40a 

KuPtJE,8.W 64' 

Kutener, O. P.. 48*, 60' 

Kynett, Alpha G... 68' 



P«cre< Pace 

Lamport, A. L 66' Le Fetra, I. H 6«, V 

Lamport, A. W 68'|Legarde, Alfred 16« 

I-Amport, H. M 68» Le Gro, Jamea D . 84', 86> 

Lamaon, G. H 78'|Leidy,F. W 50', 6l« 

Lanahan, John 66' iLeidy, George 61' 

Landin,G. M 80' Leigh, W. R. 37' 

Landon, C. B 73« LeiUch, John L 62' 

Landon, T. H 64' Lemon, Andrew 29' 



Landry, Pierre 17' 

Lane, Bidwell 72' 

Lane, J. H 74' 

Lane,J.S 63' 

Lane, O. C 69» 

Lane, Richard 42' 

Laney, W.H 66' 

Langdale, J. S 10> 

Lange, John 40' 

Lansrfbrd, E. C 85' 

Langford, J. C 85' 

Langford, Waahin'n. 42' 

Langford, W.M.... B5^ 

Langley, Chaa. W. . . 64' 

Langley,J.W 68^ 

Langlow, J.T 71 

LangRton, M. N.. .26', 26 

Lankford, John W.. 80' 

Lantz,J. M 52" 

Lapbam, J. B 82' 

Larew, Charles 54- 

Larffent, J. J 65' 

Larlins. Travis 16' 

Lame, Levi 87 

Lamed, G.M 61 

Larrabee, C. B. . .48', 49' 

Lasby, C. C 70' 

Lash, W 67' 

Lashington, F. M.. 17 

Latham, H.D 69' 

Lathbury, A. A.... 71 

Lathbury, Clarence. 71 

Latimer, John N 68' 

LaVake,W. U 60' 

Law, M. J 56' 

Lawford.W. F 76^ 

Lawley,H. W 10» 

Lawrence, Ananias. 



Laass, Gustavo 70' 

La Bar, John 88» 

Lace,J.J 60' 

Lacey, A. A 15' ; Lawrence, C. 8 

Lacey, D. C 25» Lawrence, E. D ... . 

Lacey, H. J 67'jLawrence, James. . . 

Lacey, 8. P 68' Lawrence, L. L 

Lacy, Edward 6' Lawrence, W. H 

Lacy, F. M 68',Lawrence, W. li.... 

Lacy, G. W 27'|Law8on, J . C 

Ladd, A. 8 bl»|Law8on,R. P 

Ladd, J. 8 74»iLawton, S. 8 

La Fcttra, 1. H 77';Layfield, L. W 

Laffln, Charles 22»'Layton,W. A 

La Grange, G. IL. . . 65'; Leach, A. J 71 

Lahr, P. D 84' 1 Leach, George W... 88 

Laine, T. N 70» Leacock. J. C 88 

Lake, A. M 87 '! League, F. L 19= 

Lake, D. B 49' Leake, W. 8 

Lake, J. E 87'|Learaed, A. M 

Lake, 8. W 87'. Leather wood, G. F 

Lakin, A. 8 49' Leavitt, D. P 

Lai, Behari, II 13»'Leckie, J. W 

Lai, Cheda 12', IS'Leckliter, F. P....45', 46' 

Lai, Chunni IS'jLe Clair, Alex 57' 

Lall, Chimman 13' Lee, Daniel 84' 

Lamar, E. H 65', 6*i'|Lee, Edward 14' 

Lamar, G. W 6''Lee,F. J 80" 



88' 

87' 

85' 

48' 

66' 

84' 

70' 

18' 

42' 

18' 

81 

70' 



La Marsh^Norman. 84' 

Lamb, J. H 67' 

Lamb,S.C 47' 

Lamberson, Alex. . . 62' 

Lambert, Albert R. . 62' 

Lambert, M.S 58« 

Lamont, Hiram 72' 

Lamont, Thos 74« 

Lampkin, L M 28' 



Lee, Geo. W 11 

Lee, J. A 41 

Lee, J. N 89 

Lee, J.W 75' 

Leech, G. V 66' 

Leech, 8. V 65' 

Leeper, David. . ..48', 49' 

Leet,C. H 84' 

Leete, F. D 5»' 



Lemon, J. H. M.... 66> 

Lemon, O.V 67* 

Lemons, June 26' 

Lenlg, Frank 46' 

Lent, L H 74» 

Lent,M.R 74' 

Lent, N. 78« 

Lent,T. S 78» 

Lent, W. C 57' 

Leonard, A. T 18' 

Leonard, J. M 76» 

Lepley, W. A 61' 

Lermond, Wilson. . . 88* 
Leveque/relephore72',78' 

Levert, T. C 19> 

Leverton, C. II 88» 

Lewellen, A. J 67' 

Lewellen, J. A 68' 

LeweUen,J.W 17' 

Lewis, Alfred 18« 

Lewis, A. A.. 81', b2', 83' 

Lewis, B.D 19» 

Lewis,B. r^ 78« 

Lewis, C.B 66' 

Lewis, C. T 34', 85' 

Lewis, D.N 66' 

Lewis, Edmund 78' 

Lewis, F. W 61» 

Lewis, George C . . 
Lewis, George W. . .6', 6' 

Lewis, James 16' 

Lewis, J. A 21', 22' 

Lewis, James M. . . . 69' 

Lewis, Jeiferson 86' 

Lewis, J. 8 88' 

Lewis, J.W 16» 

Lewis, J. W 19* 

Lewis, Lester E. . . . 60' 

Lewis, M.B 34', 85' 

Lewis, 8. A 48' 

Lewis, W. T 46' 

Lewis, Z.N 72' 

Lewton, J. T 11' 

Libby, C. E 29' 

Libby, Chas. L 81' 

Libby, F. C 84' 

Lidzy. Thos 44' 

Lightboum, J. H. . . 71 » 

Light, S 68' 

LiBey, W. A 87' 

Limenc, H. G 24» 

Linares, Melchoir. 28», 24» 

Lincoln, J. H 66' 

Lindale, J. M 81« 

Lindemuth, Jerome. 64' 

Lindemuth,W. H... 64' 

Lindsay, G.D 88' 

Lindsay, J. W 76' 

Lippincott,B. C... 87' 
Lippinoott,B.G.,Jr.86',87' 

Lippincott, E. J 87' 

Lippincott, J. A ... . 48' 

Lipscomb, R. M 55' 

List, 11. K 18' 

Littell, J. H 88' 

Littell, W. C 87« 

LitUe, C. E 68' 

Little, C.J 64' 

Little, Jackson 29' 

Little, J. 8 60' 

Little,L. E 8' 

Little, R. M 65' 



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Little. R. R 80' 

Littlefield, C. A.... 77« 
Littlejohn, Moses. 18», 14» 

Littlejohn.W 18» 

Littlewood, T. D.... 70' 

Littz, Henrj-. . . ^ 54' 

Livesey, Jo'hn 78' 

Livezley, C. W 87' 

Livingston, H. M . . . 69» 

Lloyd, John Z 61» 

Lloyd, Joshua K.. . . 52' 

Locke, Edwin 48' 

Locke, W.W 85* 

Lockhart, Austin... 25' 

Lockhart, A. J S3' 

Lockman, Meshak.. 29' 
Lockwood,F.C.. 86', 87' 

Lock wood, J. H . . . . 87' 

Lockwood, R. B. . . . 64' 

Lock wood, T. H.... 41' 

Lodge, Thos 73' 

Logan, Austin 14' 

Logan, A. B 283 

Logan, W.H 14' 

Loggina, John 42' 

Loggins, J. K 14' 

Logren, F. 70' 

Lokey, James 46' 

Lonear, V. A 86', 87' 

Long, J. D 62« 

Long, M. T 84' 

Long,S. P 69' 

Long, T. S 56' 

Longacre, Andrew . . 74' 
Longbotham, F.. t2', 54' 
Longdon, J. L... 44', 48' 

Loomis, A. W 89' 

Loomis, B. B 07' 

Loomis, F. A 77' 

Loomis, J. H 74' 

Loomis, R. H 69' 

Lopez, Severo 1 24' 

Lorah, G. II 68' 

Lord, A. E 74» 

Lott, A. M 37« 

Loucks, Albert C . . . 58' 

Loufbourrow, W. K. 87' 

Lounsbury , E. F . . . . 72' 

Love, G. W 14» 

Love, George W 66' 

Love, J. C 43' 

Love. William 85' 

Lovelace, J.B 10' 

Lovelace. W. H. ... . 6' 

Loveland, D. U 65» 

Lovett, N 72' 

Lowber. A. W 80' 

Lowe, Boyd 44' 

Lowe, G. 1 82« 

Lowe, M. F 57' 

LoweU, C. W... 82», 84« 

Lowell, D.R 66' 

Lowerv, I. E 18' 

Lowndes, Fred 67' 

Lowrey, D. S 10» 

Lowrey, J. W 67' 

Lowrie, D. R 63' 

Lowry, J. P 22' 

Lowther, Granville. 38' 

Lowther, R. A 74' 

Lowther, 8 73' 

Loyne, William A. . 85' 

Loza, Simon 24' 

Lucas, G. W 40' 

Lucas, John A 84' 

Lucas, Joseph.... 17', 18' 

Lucas, S. B 37' 

Luce, C. C 60» 



Luce, George A . . . . 84' 
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Luce, Israel 82» 

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Luce, W. A 7»^ 

Ludlow, Winfleld 8. 87> 

Luke, Charles 18« 

Lull, De Los 73' 

Lumley, J. A. . . . 86», 88» 

Lummis, Henry.... 7tt* 

LumMien, R. P 9» 

Lunbeck, L J. K... 46a 

Luabeck, Oscar,... 46* 

Lundberjyr, P. A 7« 

Lutid^iin, A. J ... . 15* 

Lundy, H. A 33» 

Lunt, A. R 84» 

Luster, Allen 17' 

Lutz, J. G 402 

Lutz, J. G., Jr 40» 

Lybrand, G. W 62a 

Lytnan, G. C 89» 

Lynch, Charles. . 293 443 

Lynch, C. W 08^ 

Lynch, F. B 63' 

Lynch, G. B 80* 

Lyon, C. W 71« 

Lyon, Ernest. 16» 

Lyon, E. A 78' 

Lyon, James 88« 

Lyons, U. G 82», 88« 

Lytle, E. B 49> 

Lytle, W. A 50» 

M 

Mace, Edgar S 81 « 

Mace, J. K 8s» 

Mack, Geo 63> 

Mnckey, W. A 73" 

Maclain, A. R 44' 

Maclary, T. W G2a 

Maclean, John 44^ 

Maclean, Robert E.. 44^ 

Macnichol, E. C... 81» 
Macmcol,N.A. 62»,64«,86' 

Macomber, J. W.... 72» 

Maddock, G. C 86' 

Maddox, JohnH.... 22' 

Madison, C. L 25' 

Madison, Joseph. ... 88' 

Madison, J. R 48> 

Madsen, Neils 60' 

Maffitt, J 67* 

Maffitt, W. H 82» 

Magee, J.H 87' 

Magee, Lo Roy W . . 62^ 

Magee, W. T 64> 

Magifs, W. B 47» 

Mahin.A. E 68» 

Mahin, M 68' 

Main, 0. A 83» 

Mains, G. P 70' 

Major, ^ViHianl 63* 

Matan.T. D 64' 

Malcolm, W. D 61' 

MaUalieu, K 51» 

Manchester, L. O... 87' 

Manigault, C. C 8' 

Mann, A., Jr 64' 

Mann, C. E 84' 

Mann, C. L lu' 

Mann, G. W 19' 

Mann, Henry 66' 

Mann, J. B 52» 

Manners, John W.. Z^ 

Manning, E. A 75' 

Mansell, Henry 13' 1 

Mansell, W. A... 12', 13' 

Mansfield, G.W.... 76'' 

Mansfield, J.H 76' 1 

Mansfield, JohnH.. 76'' 

Manship, W. 8 70'! 

Manson, Charles .... 57=* 

Marble, Mitchell 8. . 6y' 1 



I Pate 

[Marble, Wm. H.... 77» 

Marcy, Ichabod 75' 

Margerum, Wm S7' 

Markham, A. G.... 58» 

Markham, G. G 56' 

Markbam, L. A 4S' 

Markham, W.F.... 68» 

Markley. A. J 86» 

Marks, D. L 72» 

Mark wick, W. F... 71» 

MarUtt, J. P 46» 

Marriott, O.C 56« 

Marsh, E 66" 

Marsh, J. H 66« 

Marsh, J. N 83' 

Marsh, M. F 48' 

Marsh, W.B 84' 

Marsh, Wm. D 68* 

Mar«hall,C.W 51' 

Marshall, Jas. H. 21', 22' 

Marshall, J. F 16» 

Marshall, J. W 64' 

Marshall, L'>renz>.. 65> 

Marshall, W.F 82* 

Martin, B. B 42» 

Martin, G. W 74' 

Martin, H. H 78' 

Martin, Henry H. 90»,91» 

Martin, Jeffrey 83' 

Martin, Joel 65' 

Martin, Josiah 48' 

Martin, J. D 64' 

Martin, J. J.. 46' 

Martin, Larkin 44« 

Martm,N. H 77« 

Martin, 0. M 46' 

Martin, S. 8 44» 

Martin, T. C 77' 

Martin, Thos 48« 

Martin, Wesley 68' 

Martin, W.W 71» 

Martindalo, T. E... 82' 

Martiudale, W.J... 83» 

Marvin, James 48' 

Marvin, L. E 67' 

Maryolt, A. H 89« 

Ma8den,C. P.... 46», 46» 

Mask, W.E 28' 

Mason, A. M 25« 

Mason, F. A 54' 

Mason, Joseph 62« 

Mason, J. H 80« 

Mason, J.M 11» 

Mason, John R 87' 

Mason, M. C.B 6' 

Mason, Thomas ... . 27' 

Massey, James 48' 

Massey, L. 11 10' 

Massey, W. A 88' 

Mastermau, J. K.... 82> 

Masters, J. L 22' 

Maston, H. C 74' 

Mather, Janics 7S' 

Mathis, G. H 33» 

Mathis, J. B 68' 

MttUon,W. A 86' 

Mattem, J. A 62^ 

Matthaei, Daniel... 21' 

Matthews, Albert .. 86' 

Matthews, D.R 19' 

Matthews, Geo. W . . 6' 

Matthews, Henry .. 76' 

Matthews, Hiram... 19' 

Matthews, H. H.... 18' 

Matthews, P. H.... 42* 

Mattice, Vamer D. . 74' 

Mattoon. V. W 78' 

Maxson, (). N 87* 

Maxwell, Allan J... 18' 

Maxwell, 8. K 81' 



May, G. W 66* 

May. Haney 28« 

May bury. Charles.. 54» 

Maydwell, G. E.... 56' 

Mayer, G. 11 40' 

Mayham, T. 64» 

May nard, John W.. 70» 

Mayo, Henry M.... 37> 

Mayo, John 28' 

Mayo, Wm. A... 84», 85' 

Mayor, J. T :. 4!r' 

Mays, J. D 80' 

McAllister, Alex 71' 

McAllister, H. 11.... 41' 

McAllister, JAl .., 29» 

McAllister. W. H... 75« 

McAlpin, Robert... 28» 

McAnally, W. J.... 21' 

Mo Ann, Isaac 60' 

MoAnney, C. H.... 78' 

McAnulty, John ... 44' 

McAnulty, O. H.... 39' 
McArthur, Paul..45', 46« 
McBee, James. . . . 40>, 41» 

McBcth, Alex 29' 

McBimoy. Hugh ... 44' 

McBride, H.C 69» 

MeBride, R. E 48' 

McBumey, S 7b' 

McCabe, 0. C 73' 

McCabe, John P... 54' 

McCain, B 41» 

McCain, B. H 6« 

McCain, Thos. J.... 10» 

McCain, Wm 54» 

McCarey, Thomas., 16' 

McCarter, A. G 67» 

McCarthy, W.H.... 29» 

McCartney, David.. 78« 

McCartney. E. 8... 84' 

McCarty, J. 8 68« 

McCarty, W.E 63« 

McCauley, E. B.... 19« 

McCauley, J. A 66* 

MoChesney, E 73» 

McChesnev, 8umuel. 64* 
McChesney, 8... 69', 71» 

McClendon, L. C... 29» 

McClenthen, T. H.. 68' 

McClintock, L. D... 68» 

McClosky, A. D.... 61» 

McClosky, D. B.... 61» 

McComas. N. D.... 68» 

McCounell, L H.... 84» 

McConnell, John ... 74* 

McConnell,J. 8. J.. 64' 

McCoomer, Marcus. 85* 

McCord, Arci.ibuia. 78' 

McCord, J. H 61' 

McCormick, C. W.. 58' 

McCormiok, W. H.. 63' 

McCowan, W. 8.... 53' 

McCoy, F. L 69' 

McCoy, Jasper I. . . . 68' 1 

McCoy, Melvin 8 . . . 86' 

McCray, P 8' 

McCreary, D. L.. 47', 48'] 

McCullough,J.B... 63' I 

McCurdy, J. N 68' 

McCutchen, Wm... 41« 

McCutcheon, 8. J... 74' 

McDade, Ahx 35' 

McDaniel, B. F.... 41' 

McDaniel, E 17* 

McDaniel, J. W.... 67' 

McDanieU, H. C... 56» 

McDermond, C. H.. 49' 

McDermott, H. C . . . 36^ 

McDole, Azer 45» 

McDonald, Daniel . 21'! 



McDonald, F. E.... 18* 

McDonald, Henry . 26* 

McDonald, John ... 61 » 
McDonald, J. H.. 77», 79« 

McDonald, P. B.... 16> 

McDonald, 8il&s ... 26* 

McDonald, Warren.. 29« 

McDonald, William. 75» 

McDonald, W. C... 67* 

Mc Double, L. L.... 46» 

McDowell, I aac. ... 87* 

McDowell, W. L. . . . 56» 

McDowell. W. L.... 68* 

.MoEudy, James 18* 

McElwee, II. F 18* 

McElwee,J. 8 68* 

McElwee, 8. J 68» 

McE wen. Mack 28» 

McFarlane,W. R... 31* 

McFaul, Daniel F... 32* 

McGaha, C. F 10* 

McGarrah,J.H 61* 

McGav, H. T.... 10', 10* 

McGee, J. P 10* 

McGilton, Andrew.. 65» 

McGlockin. Alfred. . 17» 

McGraw, W. A 83* 

McGregor, Alex 84* 

McGregor, Dunctui . 70* 

McGrejfor, J. W.... 13* 

McGrew,G.H 73* 

.McGork, Daniel.... 87* 

Mcllwain, K A 64* 

McIntiro,D. W. C, 87* 

Mclntire, E. 7* 

Mclntire, W. 8 82* 

McIntoshjW 18* 

McKaigjW.C 68* 

McKay, Robert 64» 

McKean, Samuel 65» 

McKee, David 63* 

McKee, W. A 51« 

McKeever, B. K.... 23» 

McKenney, M. L. . . 80* 

McKenney, W.L... 66» 

McKeD»e,D. B.... 66' 
McKenzie, J. W . 43», 44* 

McKenzie,R.T.C.., 61« 

McKeown, Andrew. 75* 

McKeown, 8.imuel.. 7S> 

McKemon, E. J . . . . 66* 

McKibben, 8 88» 

MeKinlay, J. 8 63* 

McKinley, Richard.. 19* 

McKinney, A. W... 19* 

McKinney, M. M... 19* 
McKinney, T. W. 82», 84» 

McKiasey, Wm 14' 

MeLain, C. B 28' 

McLaren, J 66' 

McLaughlin, G. A.. 85* 

McLaughlin, G.W.. 64' 

McLaughlin, J. B... 22* 

McLaughlin, J. 1.... 7* 

McLaughlin, 8 66' 

McLaughlin, W. P. . 16' 

McLean, Alex 70« 

McLean, C.C.11«,87>, 89' 

McLean, CM 28» 

McLees, A 18* 

McLemore, Geo,. 18*, 19* 

McLendon, David.. 6* 
McLennan, W. E. 23», 24* 

McLeod, B. F 17» 

McLeod,J 18* 

McMahon, J. H 67' 

.McMuhon, J. T 12' 

MeMasters, R. W... 46' 

.McMichael, W. W... 62' 

McMillan, C. 11 88' 



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McMillan, H. 8 14* 

McMillan, J. A 71» 

McMorrift, Wm 'iS* 

McMullen, David. . . 7P 

McMnllen. Wallncc. 77^ 

McNabb, JohnH... 83< 

McNair, A. J 2S« 

McNally, Wm. J... 22> 
McNary, J.B.... 43', 46> 

McNary, JohnH... 44» 

McNeil, W.K 68» 

McNichoU.Artlmr.. 71» 

McNicholl,R. T.... 71» 

McNichoU, Wm.... 70« 
McPheetere, G. C. 84S 85« 

McPher»on,C. W... 74' 

MoPhereon, Perry.. 48« 

McQuay, N 8P 

McQui»ton, John ... 4b« 

McQuoid, John .... 48' 

McRosale, Allen... 71« 

McSorley, F.C 81« 

McVay,John. 78» 

McVey, Wm. II.... 44^ 

McWattere, W 12» 

McWUlie, W 18» 

McWright, W. A... 48« 

Meacham, Enoch... 54^ 

Mead, A. H 69» 

Mead, G. B 73« 

Mead, H. B 72> 

Mead, JokIiuo. 54' 

Mead, J. D 14» 

Mead,M. B 66» 

Mead, P. F 62«, 64* 

Mead, 8. J 28> 

Meade, W. H 28» 

Means, W.E 44> 

Mean, J. F 76« 

Medaker, J.C 67> 

Meeker, Cyrus 05^ 

Meeker, J. M 64« 

Meeker, W. H 65» 

Meeks, Y. K S» 

Medrm,M. G 48» 

Medlin, 8. J 48«, 60' 

Mehaffey, W. H.... 86« 

Melk, j; P 60» 

Melden, CM 76« 

Mellinger, 8. J.. 67», 69» 

Mellor, F. G 84', 85« 

Meloin, A. T 81' 

Melroy, John K.... 61* 

Melton, A. P 6» 

Mendenhall, II. 8.. 61' 

Mendenlmll,J. D... 49» 

Mendenhall, M. IL. 67» 

Merchant, O. A 74' 

Merchant, Sheldon . 74» 

Meredith, J. F 63a 

Meredith, John W.. 48» 

Meredith, S 66' 

Meredith, W. II.... 76' 

Meredith, W.J 86» 

Meredith, Y. B 67» 

Merica, C. 693 

Merrifield, Wm 67' 

Merrill, C. A 7*i^ 

Merrill, I. R 62' 

Merrill, J. W 75' 

Merrill, N.J 75« 

Merrill, Peter 60> 

Merrill, P. 8 62^ 

Merrill, S. M 9» 

Merrill, William.... 81' 

Merrill, W. P 82' 

Merrill, W 75' 

Merritt, Geo 66' 

Merritt, J. B 81' 

Merriwether, G. W.. 6' 



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Mervine, C. 8 64» 

Merwin, J. B 70» 

Meserole, George 8. 87^ 

Me8ler,L A 75* 

Meaner, J. F 492 

Meiwenger, 8. E.... 61' 

Messmer, J. J 40* 

Meusmore, J. H.... 18' 

Metcalt J. E 66' 

Metts, M. S 68» 

Metzler, 0. 8 51» 

Mevis, J.W 88» 

Meyer, F.W 47ai 

Michell, J. H 74'' 

Michener, E. P 86» 

Mickle, J. H 88« 

Mickle, W. H 78« 

Middleton, A 18« 

Middleton, J. B.... 18« 

Middleton, J. L 8» 

Middleton, 0. 8.... 49» 

MlkeU, C. N 69» 

Milbum,Page 56« 

Miles, J. D 16» 

Miles, E. 8 741 

Miles, Logan W.... 85' 

Miley, John 73a 

Mmard,C. W 78' 

Milkn, B. F 18> 

Miller, Allen 57« 

Miller, A. H.... 45', 46» 

Miller, A. L 60', 51* 

MiUer,A. R 44« 

Miller, A. R 619 

Miller, B. F 62» 64» 

Miller, Clarence.... 65« 

Miller, C. C 78« 

Miller, C.E 68' 

Miller, Charles E... 70«; 

Miller, Charies M... 69« 

Miller, Charles W... 11» 

Miller, CharK-8 W.. 60« 

Miller, Crelius 19» 

Miller, C. 8 88* 

Miller, D.E 85' 

Miller, D.G 56' 

Miller, E.D 85' 

Miller, E.H 81' 

Miller, F.M 77^ 

Miller,G 64» 

Miller, Geo 19' 

Miller, Geo. P 87» 

MUler, G. W 46» 

Miller, Geo. W.. 64», 85» 

Miller, Henry 40'»1 

Miller, Jacob 45a' 

Miller, John B 11« 

Miller, J. K 47» 

MiUer,J. M 87' 

Miller, John M.. 48a, 50a I 

Miller, J. P 64»' 

Miller, J.W 67' 

Miller, S. C 67'| 

Miller, T.H 5' 

Miller, W. A 65' 

Miller, W.ll 50', 52' 1 

Miller, W.I 83'! 

Miller, W. P loa; 

Millison, A. N 64^ 

Mills, A. W 75' 

Mills, C. 1 75'i 

Mills, J. L 83'; 

Mills, W. J 64' 

Millsap, J. R 33», 

Milne, A. M 77' 

Mimms, Wm. II.... 28' 

Minear, Ci.urles 48' 

Mink, A. D 62', 64' 

Minnegan, C. C . . . . 14' 

Minnigh,H. N 619 



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Minus, D. M 1S» 

Mitchell, B. M 88' 

Mitchell, C. B 589 

Mitchell, H.B 18> 

Mitchell, H.B 82' 

Mitchell, H.D 669 

Mitchell, J 9» 

Mitchell, James M . . 81' 

Mitchell, John 819 

Mitchell, Simon.... 16' 

MitchelLTiiouips n. 51' 

Mitchell, Wm 87» 

Mitchell, W. A 6» 

Mitchell, W. J 25> 

Mitchell, W. J 48» 

Mitchell, W. 8.... 86', 87' 

Mixon, L. H 19» 

Mobley, J. 8 17' 

Moen», W. A 219 

Moffatt, Rollin 459 

Moffett,W.W 88' 

Mottitt, J. J 709 

Molyneaux, A. N... 72« 
Money, P. C. 21',45»,46» 

Monroe, Charies .... 169 

Monroe, D. 8 519 

Monroe, H. A 789 

Montgomery, C. H. 84' 

Montgomery, Hugh. 769 

Montgomery, James 70' 

Montgomery, Thoi*. 629 

Montgomery, T. G.. 16» 

Moody, Israel 8' 

Moore, Addison .... 16' 

Moore, CM 149 

Moore, Dickernon. . . 87' 

Moore, D. R 489 

Moore, Ed ward 42» 

Moore, F. C....6', 7», 14« 

Mooro,F. P 83' 

Moore, Gordon 67' 

Moore, James 86' 

Moore, Joseph 819 

Moore, J. D 669 

Moore, J.N 86' 

Moore, J. P 62» 

Moore, Joseph 8. 80', 82' 

Moore, J. T; 82', 83' 

Moore, J. W.ll. 189,14' 

Moore, L.K 70' 

Moore, N.V 449 

Moore, R. M 56' 

Moore, R. 8 77', 78' 

Moore, Samuel 88» 

Moore, Taylor 14' 

Moore, WalKT J... 80' 

Mooreman, W. M. . . 43' 

Moorhead, I. N 62' 

Moorhead, John ... . . 48* 

Morant, 8. E. 11.... 16' 

Morehead, J«»iiu 61' 

Morehouse, A. C .. . 71' 

.Morehouse, G. C... 65' 

Moreland, J. F 35' 

Morelaml, J. F. K.. 85' 

Moreland, J. W.... 85' 

Morelen, J. A 84' 

Morey, Eugene 8 . . . 65' 

Morgan, Edward... 65' 

Morgan, F. II 85' 

Morgan, L. F 56' 

Morgan, M. L. K... 44' 

Morgan, Peter 14' 

Morgan, R. M 45' 

Morgan, Richard... 61' 
Morgan, 8. C... 29', SO* 

Morgan, 8. M 81' 

Morgan, W. 1) 65' 

Monrart, J. H Si^ 

Morley,G. W 87' 



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Morrill, J. F.... 869,87' 

Morris, Doctor 149 

Morris, G. K 62' 

Morris, Henry 80» 

Morris H. 8 87' 

Morris, J. H 26» 

Morris, J.W 86> 

Morris, London 25» 

Morris, Noah 80* 

.Morris, 8. J 31» 

Morris, W.L 489 

Morrison, D. 8 449 

Morrison, Geo. E. . . 91» 

Morrison, J.W 73» 

Morrison, W. 8 379 

Morrison, W.V 77* 

Morrow, James 63' 

Morrow, J. 1 64' 

Morse, C.W 619 

Morse, E. S 609 

Morse, G. A 78* 

Mortimer, J. H 619 

Morton, L.V 369 

Morton, T. E. F.... 609 

Mosbey. W. H 26' 

Moses, Wm 519 

Mosley, L. W 28' 

Mosser, B.H 519 

Moten, James T 43' 

Mott, C. J 669 

Mott,M. II 699 

Mott, 0-car 659 

Mott, P. M 89' 

Motter, J. A 48» 

Mousey, J. W 16' 

MouUdale, G. C... 64» 

Moulton, Goo. H... 609 

Mount, Edward 879 

Mouzon, II. A 18* 

Mouzon, M. M 18» 

Mowbray, A. 8 81> 

Mowbray, E.T 66» 

Mowbray, G. W . . . . 91« 

Mowbray. W. R.... 81» 

Moyer, W. G 87» 

Mudge, James 769 

Muir,W. L 859 

MokaTJi, H.L 13' 

Muldrew. Mark 14' 

Mullen, Wm 629 

Muller, L. C 53» 

Mullin, W. C 559 

Mumme, Ferdinand. 20* 

Mumper, Josiah C. . 52' 

Mundy, A. N 809 

Mundy, Jesse 85' 

Munger, Charles. ... 819 

Munger, H.N 66' 

Munroe, J. A 64» 

Munroe, Thomas... 66' 

Monsee,H. M 659 

Munsell, L.W 45^ 

Munson, A. E 579 

Munson, JO 69* 

Munson, L. W 67' 

Murdock, n. H 679 

.Murdock, L. C. 37', 399 

Murphy, H. M IS' 

Murphy, John 9' 

Murphy, R. R 66' 

Murphy, 8. S 44» 

Murphy, T. C. .629,64' 

Murphy, Thoo. H.. 83» 
Murray, A. G 47», 90', 91* 

Murray, C.H 6s9 

.Murray, D. G... 36', 87' 

Murray, Jas 44' 

Murray, J. C <»8' 

Murray, Washington 439 

Murray, W. £ 69» 



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Murray, W. L. S.... 82» 

MurreU Wii» 15« 

Motchler, T. T 68« 

Mutersbaugh, D. M. 29> 

Myers, Benjamin... 48« 

Myers, Ohas. B 80» 

Myers, J. H 68* 

Myers, Thomas 5d> 

Myers, Win. II 88« 

Mytinger, C. H 55« 

N 

Kaftzgar, L. J 69« 

Nanton,K.L.60», 61', 88» 

Napper. J. T 41« 

Kardi, Nicodemo. 89», 90" 

Nash, Albert 69* 

Nash, A. H 66« 

Nash, David 69» 

Na9h,J. P 67> 

Nash, L. E. S 42« 

Nash, Wm 87» 

Nath, P. K 69' 

Nathan, A. J 48» 

Naylor, IL R 67' 

Nnvior, J. W 6» 

Naylor, Mclieno'.42',48« 
Naylor, Rufiia l5. . . C8« 

Neal, A. G 68« 

Neal, Ernest E ti8» 

Neal, ti. H 88» 

Neal, G. H.. Jr 87» 

Neal, Jonathan 76* 

Neal, J. St. Clair... 66' 

Neal, Seth 27' 

Neal, T. C 67» 

Needhum, J. W...45', 46« 

Neeld, F. L 1S» 

Neely, Aaron 13», 14^, 25' 

Neely, T. B 64« 

Neff, 0. M 80« 

Neff, W. T 45« 

Neese, G. K 80» 

Neil, W. S 17», 18« 

Neill, Beiy.M 63' 

NeUl, James 62«, 68' 

Nelson, A. W. L... 85« 

Nel8on,E. H 81> 

Nelson, J. 11 79» 

Nelson, J. L 87' 

Nel»on, Osboru 19* 

NeUon, R. P.... 40', 41* 

Nelson, W. C 64« 

Nelson, W. 11 19' 

Nelson, W.M 68« 

Nessley, J. F 38' 

Notherton, W. R... 89« 

Nettleship, C. F 64* 

Nevils, B. L 2«a 

. Nevils, J. M 28' 

Nevils, Shed II 29* 

Newberry, T. P.... G::» 

Newell, C. 11 U', U^ 

Newell, E. F 78* 

Newell, F.C 78* 

Newell, II. T 21^ 

Newell, I. W 74* 

Newell, J. V 88* 

Newell, W. C 78* 

Newhall,W. R 77* 

Newhouse, F. D..69*, 68* 
Newinjf, 0. H... 87', 88* 
Newland, J. H.. 77', 79* 

Newman, John 65* 

NewBon, W. 8.. 52', 64* 

Newton, C. U 6* 

Newton, J. M 80* 

Newton, R. A 67* 

Newton, W. 11 11* 

Niblack, Oscar F.... 8* 



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Nice, Henry 66* 

Nichols, Alfred 19* 

Nichols, A. R 77 

Nichols, C. J 86* 

Nichols, Don W.... 60* 

Nichols, Fayette.... 76* 

Nichols, 0. F 69' 

Nichols, S. M 87> 

Nichols, W. A 68* 

Nicholson, J. C 66* 

Nicholson, J. W.... 89* 
Nicholson, John W. 86»,88' 

Nickens, George D. . 48* 

Nickerson, A. S 67* 

Nickerson, L. D... 69* 

Nicklin, Charles 76* 

NicoUs, Hiram 67* 

NUes, L. G 74* 

Nixon, J 81* 

Noble, C. F 66* 

Noble, Edward 66» 

Noble, J. R 49* 

Noble, O.P 21», 22* 

Noble, W.F.D 61* 

Nobles, WUbur B.. 87* 

Noe, J. J 65* 

Noland, J. H.... 40», 41* 

Noon, Alfred. 21* 

Noon,S.H 76* 

Norcross, W. U.... 61 

Norman, Granville.. 26* 

Norris, A. R 26* 

Norris, G. W 49* 

Norri8,G. W 14' 

Norris, G. W 85' 

Norris, 11. J 68* 

Norris, Richard 56* 

Norris, S. C 69' 

North, A. M 87^ 

North, C. J 71* 

North, C.R 72* 

North,F. M 71» 

North, G. W 68* 

Northrop, F. II.. 12', 18* 

Northrup. II. R 68* 

Norton, George B.. 44' 

Norton, U. ^V 88* 

Norton, Robert F. . . 70* 

Norwood, Fletcher.. 14' 

Norwood, S. 11 42* 

Noulton,L. B 58* 

Nourse, J. J 58* 

Noye8,G. C 85* 

Nugent, B. U 48* 

Nulion, George 37* 

Nunn, Adam 84* 

Nunn, I. G 6* 

Nusbaum, C. S 83* 

Nutter, C. 8 85* 

Nutter, IL B 88* 

Nutter, J. II 80» 

Nutter, M. D . . . . 80', 81* 

NutUug, J. U 79* 

O 

Oakes, Arthur 64' 

Oakes, J. A 87* 

Oakley, J. G 74' 

Oakley, P. C 72* 

Oakley, Walter 47* 

Obarr, L. C 21* 

Obee, J. J 17* 

01)om, J. W 67', 68* 

O'Brien, T. A. II... 81' 

O'Byme, R. E... 43», 44* 

Ookerman, J. F 56' 

OdeU,W. P 76* 

Ogbom,W. N 86* 

Ogden.C. B 88* 

Ogglesby, L. W. A. 17' 



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Ogier, W. W 84* 

Ogilvie, George.. 15', 17* 

Oldham, John 79' 

01ewine,J.W 61» 

01in,W. H 88' 

Oliver, A. C 88* 

Oliver, W. C 88* 

OlmsteadjE.B 88* 

Olsen, Oljer 11 70* 

O'Neal, R. R 6* 

O'Neill, John 64* 

Opdyke,H.D 68* 

Oram, Gasway 62* 

Orem, W. L 66* 

Orailip,A 22' 

Osbon, E.S 74* 

Os bom, Amos 65* 

Osbom, Arthur 88* 

Osbom, David 69* 

Osbom, E.W 68* 

Osbom, W.B 87' 

Osborne, Dennis. 60*, 60* 

Osborne, Samuel... 16* 

Osborne, W.J 48* 

Osborne, W.M. . 65«, 66* 

Osgood, Abner M.. 76* 

Osgood, F. H 83* 

Osgood, G. C 77 

Osman, James O . . . . 87* 

Ostrander, Angelo.. 74* 

Ostrander, Wm 72* 

Ostyee, Moses J . . . . 65* 

Otis, J. P 82* 

Ott, Jacob 20* 

Ott. Lorenzo D 62* 

Otto,F.F 48* 

Owen, E. D 66* 

Owen, J. A 64' 

Owen, J. L 18», 14' 

Owen, Reuben 62* 

Owen, S. S 10', 10' 

Owens, Andrew 6' 

Owens, C.E 26' 

Owens, J. H 76* 

Owens, J. T 42* 

Owens, Marshall... 87* 

Owens, Philip. . , 26', 27* 

P 

Packard, L H 75* 

Page, J. F 18* 

Page, Samuel T 88* 

Pmne, H. H 75' 

Paine, 8. D 11* 

Paire,J. C.W 29* 

Palamidoff, K. G. 89', 89* 

Palmer, A. J 73' 

Palmer, A. M 64' 

Palmer, A. P 79' 

Palmer, G.R 82' 

Palmer, J. F.. 8', 9', 11* 

Pahner, L. L 69* 

Palmer, Stephen. ... 65* 

Palmer, W. R. A.... 64* 

Pancoast. SamueL . 62* 

Panelle, Anatole .... 16* 

Pape, Diedrich 40» 

Pape, Ileinrich 21* 

Pardew,J. R 56* 

Pardington, R.8.... 70» 

Pardoe.H. C 61* 

Pare, Wm. T 45* 

Parfltt, Wm 68* 

Parker, A. U 88* 

Parker, A. W 14' 

Parker, C. W 9' 

Parker, D. D 57» 

Parker, E. E 80' 

Parker, E. W 18' 

Parker, Freeman. . . 14* 



Parker, G.W 23* 

Parker, H.F 86», 88« 

Parker, John 69* 

Parker, J., 2d 71» 

Parker, Joshua.. 15', 16* 

Parker, J. M 60» 

Parker,J.8 87* 

Parker, N.C 65* 

Parker, T. C 87* 

Parker, W. J 80* 

Parkhurst, Chas .... 84* 

Parkin, Frank P. . . 79-- 

Parkinson, E.H.... 48* 

Parks, J. W 28» 

Parks, Stephen 65» 

Parlatt, B. F 48» 

Parlin, Abel E 81* 

Parr, W. D 68* 

Parrott, J. B 10« 

Parsons, C. F 82» 

Par8on8,C.W 64* 

Parsons, F. H 88* 

Parsons, Geo 88> 

Parsons, Solomon. . . 64* 

Partridire, C. F 61* 

Parvln,B. 63» 

Paschall, J. W 68* 

Pasooe,J. M 66* 

Pascoe, Richard M . . 89> 

Pasley.H. A 48* 

Pass, T. J 8', 8*, 9* 

PastorfleldjJ 12» 

Pate, Charles L 66* 

Patino, Juan 23>, 24* 

Patras,! 13> 

Pattee,A.C 86* 

Pattee, C. R 44» 

Patten, G.W 41* 

Patterson, A. M.... 68* 

Patterson, D. L.... 62* 

Patterson, Henry. . . 14' 

Patterson, II. F. A.. 81* 

Patterson, James P. 8* 

Patterson, John N. . 78« 

Patterson, R 6«« 

Patterson, S. T 79> 

Patterson. W. F.... 43« 

Pattlson, H. A 11* 

Pattison, W. L 72« 

Patton, Robert H . . . 28* 

Paul, Charan 18* 

Paul, C. 8 18* 

Paul, Stephen 18» 

Paulson, C 70« 

Paulson, John 44> 

Paxson, W. J 64* 

Payne, A. D 28* 

Payne,A.S 47» 

Payne, G. A 16« 

Payne, J. H 85» 

Payne, J. M 44* 

Payne, J. W 41» 

Payne, William.... 28« 

Payran, J. H 87» 

Payson, John D . . . . 84» 

Pearce, John 78* 

Pearce, J. H 80* 

Pearce, J. J 51i 

Pearce,L.H 65« 

Pearce, W. H 67» 

Pearsall, Y. T 19* 

Pearson, N.R 83* 

Pea8lee,I. D 68» 

Peck,E.W. 8 42* 

Peck, G. M 88» 

Peck, J. K 89* 

Peck, J. L 71« 

Peck, J. 70* 

Peck, Luther 88* 

Pock, L. W 89* 



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Peck, W 68* 

Peddyoord.N. T... 67» 

Pegg,C.M'. 71 

Pegg, John, 69* 

Peffues, Bdlej M. . . 18* 

Pe&ce, Bradford K. 76« 

Pelton, C. F 72» 

Penderfrrass, July C. 18> 
Pendezter, M. C . . . . 

Pendleton, S. E 47> 

Pennepacker, O. D. 61 • 

Pennington, J. F.... 62« 

Penn, Charles v.... 87» 

Penny, B.F 29a 

Pentecost, T. R 88» 

Pentecost, W 75» 

Pepper. E. I. D.... 64« 

Perez, M. M 23», 24* 

Perinchiefl Percy ... 87* 

Peritz,L J 74> 

Perkinpine,J. W... 64» 

Perkins, Benj. T.... 48» 

Perkins, E. R 85* 

Perkins, G. H 76« 

Perkins, J. G 66» 

PemelW. H.... 24«, 25» 

Perrin,W. T 76« 

Perrizotti, Francisco 77* 

Perry, A. S 5», 6» 

Perry,D 66» 

Perry, E. B 48» 

Perry, Isaiah 18*, 19» 

Perry, L. P 71* 

Perry, Wiley.... 45>, 46« 

Perry, Wm 19* 

Perry, W. E 86« 

Perry, W.P 14« 

Personeus, C. B . . . . 89' 

Personeus, David. . . 88» 

Peters, Benjamin. . . 89» 

Peters, T.E 56« 

Peters, Wm 18» 

Peters, W.H 78> 

Petersen, 0. P 70* 

Peterson, John 75« 

Pettit, L. 66* 

Peyton, Dennis 41* 

Pfaeffle, J. W 21* 

Pfiieffle, Wllhelm ... 20* 

Pharr, T. A 11* 

Phelan, C. C 83* 

Phebin, D. B 83* 

Phelps, B. C 77* 

Phelps, Brayton M . . 68* 

Phelps, ChamVPyne 59* 

Phelps, D. L. 68* 

Phelps, W.A 49* 

Phillips, A. J 27* 

Phillips, C. T 60* 

Phillips, David 73* 

Phillips, D. W 842 

Phillips, G.W... «9»,71* 
Phillips, John H. 66*, 50* 

Phillips, J. H 742 

Phillips, L. C 88» 

PhilUps, N.H 68* 

PhilUps, T. P 192 

Phillips, W.L 89* 

Phinney, Geo. A... 76* 

Phoebus, G. A 81 

Phreaner, Edw. P.. 79* 

Pickcn, William R. . 62» 

Pickersgill, EU 68* 

Pickett, A.J 16« 

Pickle, H. E 86* 

Pickles,J.D 76* 

Pickop, W. H 68* 

Pierce, A. A 68* 

Pierce,D.F 68* 

Pierce, E.B 73* 

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Pierce,F.K 58* 

Pierce, J. D 10* 

Pleroe,J.K 45* 

Pierce, J. T 49* 

Pierce, J. W 16* 

Pierce, Lozien 77* 

Pierce, M. R 68* 

Pierce, W. 67* 

Pierce, W.R 87* 

Pierre, J. H 17* 

Pike,Jame8 84* 

Pike, J. H 69* 

PUchard,S. N 82* 

Pilkington, John .... 70' 

PiUsbury, B. C 69* 

Pillsbury, J. H 77* 

PiUsbury, J. P 85* 

Pillsbnry.O. 8 82« 

Plmlott, J. R 46* 

Pinckney, E. M.... 18» 

Pinckney, R.P 8* 

Pmkney, G. T 42* 

Pinkncy, J. W 80* 

Pingry, Thos. 48», 44«, 46* 

Pine, George W.... 87» 

Pine, James 46* 

Pinney.E. E 72* 

Piper, J. H 64» 

Piper, L. F 74* 

Piper, M. C 51* 

Pippin, Isaac N 80* 

Pitbhido, C. B 71* 

Pitcher,O.P 67* 

Pitcher, W.H 65* 

Pitkin, F. M 88* 

Pitman, C. A 28* 

Httenger,A.A 68* 

Pitt8,l:dgar 41 

Pitts, Levi 88» 

Place, C. A 84* 

Place, G. A 89» 

Plank, G. W 67* 

Piatt, 8. H 69* 

Pbitts, Wm 69* 

Plomer, C. H 60* 

Plueneke, Conrad. 20», 21* 

Plaeneke, John 20* 

Plumer, C. A 84* 

Plummerja. 8 86» 

Poinsett, W. B 46* 

Poland, J. H 49* 

Pollard,E.C 88* 

Pollett,Cha8 80* 

Policy, Chirk 11* 

PolsgTove,J. B 61* 

Polsmelli, Domcnico 90* 

Pomeroy,F. T 77» 

Pomfret,W.J 76* 

Pont*, Giovanni 90* 

Ponton, R.H 25* 

Pool, J. D 16> 

Poolo, B. F 46» 

Poole, J. W 81» 

Pope, W. II 84», 85» 

Porter, A. J 80» 

Porter, Chas. H.... 49* 

Porter, E. A 45* 

Porter,F. G 66' 

Porter, G. W 27» 

Porter, J. F 46>, 46* 

Porter, J.8 46* 

Porter, John S 53» 

Porter, Newton A.. 84* 

Porter,N. L 71> 

Posey, Alex 85» 

Po8t,S.E 87» 

Potter, F. C 82* 

Potter,F.K 66* 

Potter, T. C 65' 

Potter, Walter E... 66* 



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Pottle, A. V 82' 

Potts, Ephruim 68' 

Poulson, T. L 70* 

Povey, Richard 79» 

Powell, A. H 49* 

Powell, B. F 68» 

Powell, B.W 65* 

Powell, D.D 67* 

Powell, Edward.... 16» 

PoweU,L.C 60* 

Powell, R. B 67* 

Powell,S 68* 

PoweU, W. 1 10* 

Powers, W. J 22» 

Powick, William.... 64» 

Powlesland,Wm. H. 88* 

Pracht, John H.... 88* 

Pratt, David, Jr.... 82* 

Pratt, L L 28* 

Pratt, M. B 82* 

Prautch, A. W 89* 

Pray, W. T 70« 

Preble, M. 8 88* 

Prentice, Geo 76» 

Prentice, Geo. H... 88* 

Prentice, Liberty... 47* 
Presbry, A. A... 11', 12» 

Presby, J. W 78* 

Prescott, L. W 84* 

Prescott, M. G 84* 

Presgrave, Farendun 18* 

Preeson, W. A 49* 

Preston, A. 8 68* 

Preston, E. 8 67* 

Preston, L. J 6* 

Prettyman, A. P. . . . 82* 

Prettyman, C. W. . . 81* 

Prettyman, Wesley. 19* 

Price, A. A 85* 

Prlce,B.F 82* 

Price, Charles 48* 

Price, C. J 66* 

Price, David J 16* 

Price, F. B 46« 

Price,G.T 88» 

Price, I. G 78* 

Price, J. A 67* 

Price, J. E... 88», 72',78« 

Price, J. H 45» 

Price, J. T 86«, 88* 

Price,L.D 47* 

Price, Samuel 84* 

Price, T. L 81* 

Price. W. J. M 16' 

Prickitt, 8. B. D. 62', 64* 

Priestly, Stephen... 16* 

Primus, Alex. 15* 

Prince, Ammi 88' 

Prince, M. W 71* 

Prince, W. F 84* 

Printesi*. ThoH. R. 84», 86* 

Prior, W.A 42* 

Proctor, A. J.... 15», 16' 

Proctor, Miles 27* 

Prouse, James T. . . . 81* 

Provost, Peter. 88' 

Pruen, J. W 84* 

Puffer, W.R 61* 

Pugh,W. 8 68* 

PuBam, W. B 14* 

Pulliam,LB 88* 

Pullman, Joseph... 71* 

Purinton, Cyrus 82* 

Purrington, W. F.. 58' 

Putney.R. 8 71* 

Putt,W. E 43', 44* 

Pye, G. W 44' 

Pyke, J.W. H., 48', 44* 

Pyles, Charles H. . . 85* 

Pyles, Wni.T 46* 



^ Paw 
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H, John 16« 

ander, Paul... 40* 

3, W.A 48* 

Quick, Ambrose. 72', 74* 

Quick, A. E 18* 

Quick, EU 74* 

Quigg, H. T 68' 

Quigg, J. B 82* 

Quiniby, A.W 68* 

'luimby, 8. E 85* 

juinlan, J.W 65* 

Quinn, Augustus... 2S* 

B 

Race, J. H 86', 87* 

Race, J. L 89* 

Race, J. P 74* 

Radcliff, J. F.... 67', 68* 

Raines, D. W 48* 

Raines, Thos. 8 10* 

Rakestraw,G.G.... 68» 
Rambo, M. G.... 45', 46* 

Hamburg, M. U 44* 

Ranipey, J. N 10* 

Ramsay, O. D 74* 

Ramsden, Wm 85* 

Ramsey, Andrew. . . 41« 

Ramsey, J. L 68* 

Ramsey, J. N 74* 

Ramsey,J.R 44« 

Randall, D.B 81« 

Randall, E. M 48* 

RandaU, J. H 42* 

Randolph, D. B.F. . 58* 

Kandolph, Neptime. 16' 

Randolph, W.B.... 67* 

Randolph. W.F.... 68* 

Ransom, Merrick. . . 79* 

Rarick, George L . . . 86* 

Rasmussen, W 28* 

Ratcliffe, Chas. A. 28', 82* 

Rath bun, Jesse F . . . 68* 

Ravi, y mcenzo 90* 

Rawlings, Thomas. . 58' 

Rawlins,?. H 81* 

Ray, David. 28* 

Ray,P. P 60* 

Ray, Spencer 19* 

Ray, W. A 13', 14* 

Ray, W.P 76* 

Raymond, B. P.. 69', 72' 

Raymond, E.0 48' 

Raymond, Jus. K . . . 68* 

Read, J. A 43* 

Read, R. A 42* 

5eam, J. T 47', 48* 

RecoKl,8. T 62' 

Redbum,W. B 60* 

Reddiok, Mason .... 14* 

Roddick, Noah... 18», 19* 

Reddix,B. J 15», 16* 

RedhefferjW. 62', 64», 62* 

Redman, W.W 81* 

Reed, Garbutt 64* 

Reed, Geo 87» 

Reed,G.E 72* 

Reed, H. W 44' 

Recd,J.G 87' 

Reed, J. J 78' 

Reed, J.M 87' 

Reed,Lee 25* 

Reed, Martin 41* 

Reed,M.C 64* 

Reed, R. 8 68* 

Reed, Wm 25* 

Reed,W. H 65* 

Reese, James D 81* 

Reese, J.W 62« 

Ree»e,P.P 11« 



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Reese, W.W 62a 

Reese, W. H 46» 

Reeser, E. F 88» 

Reeser, iBaiah J 52^ 

Reetz, Fritz 20' 

Reeve, B.F 70' 

Reeves, C. W 17» 

Reeves, Frederick.. 15^ 

Reeves, Qeoive 41* 

Reeves, G. W.... 18>, 19« 

Reeves, Lewis 68* 

ReeveP, P. J 12* 

Reeves, Willis 87' 

Reid, Andrew 28« 

Reid, B. G. W 66a 

Reid, C. A 6fia 

Reid, J. C 19» 

Reiley, A. R 67> 

Reiley, J. McK 66« 

Reiley, W. McK.... 61« 

Rci8ner,8.H 62« 

Relyea, Milton 87» 

Remick, J. R 81« 

Renfro, H. W 26» 

Reno, Simeon R. . . . 50» 

RensaWjE. E 27' 

Retto, L. A 682 

Reoss, Chas 40* 

Reuter, W. C 49» 

Revels, H.R. 29» 

Reville, C. S 46» 

Rey,F. H 40* 

Reynolds, Charles.. 66» 

Reynolds, C.H 78* 

Reyno'dH, E. E 61» 

Reynolds, H.F 61» 

Reynolds, N. 8 88* 

Reynolds, B.K 6»» 

Reynolds, W.E.... 68> 
Rhinehart,E.W. 67', 68* 

Rhoads, B. F 86» 

RhoadeB,J. F 44* 

Rhoades, L. M 44> 

Rhode?, M. L 68* 

Rhodes, P. T 48> 

Rice,C.F 76« 

Rice, C. L 88« 

Rice, C. R 44« 

Rice, H. I) 47» 

Rice, J. 8 81« 

Rice, M. F. B 66» 

Rice, M.M 67» 

Rice, Wm 75« 

Rice, W.N 72» 

Rich, H. T 80» 

Rich, J. A. L 79» 

Richards, Daniel .... 76* | 

Richards, Edward B. 16«, 
RichardH, I. A... 88«, 8»«| 

Richards, John 69' 

Richards, Samuel W. 

83», 48', 50»; 

Richards, William A. 71« 

Richards, W. N 77« 

Richardson, A. B. 86», 87», 

Kichardson, A. L. . . 26* 

Richardson, C. H... 67 »: 
Richardson,David. 18«,19« 

Richardson, Ezckiel 66* 

Richardson, G. <)... 7* 

Richardson, G. W.. 7' 

Richardson, J. A... 80* 

Richardson, Lemuel. 70*1 

Richardson, Samuel. 29* 

Richardson, W. G. . . 76* , 

Richardson, W. N . . 76' I 

Richmond, C. H . . . . 66* j 

Richmond, John F. . 26* 

Richmond, J. F.... 72* 



Riddick, J^. H..;.*;; 803 



Pa^e 

Riddle, F. B 61* 

Riebe, Otto 21* 

Ridgwav, D. C 33« 

Rldgwa'y, H.A 79» 

Ridgway. W. M.... 64* 

Ridout, I). A bO* 

Rigar, J. D 81* 

RiggkC. N 48* 

Riggs, Richard R.... 42^ 

Riley, A. T 47* 

Riley, W.H SC* 

Rink, William 63* 

Ripley, B.P 89' 

Ripley, N. B 88* 

Rippere, J 71* 

Ritchie, Thomas.... 57* 

Rittenhoose, Auron. 64' 
Rlvere, W. R. . . . .40', 41* 

Ri vero, Abelardo. . . 24* 

Roads, C buries 64' 

Robb, A. G 44* 

Robb,R.H 9* 

Kobbins, BaMX>m.. . . 44* 

Bobbins, Firman... 86* 

Robbins, G. H 66* 

Robbin8,H. T 60' 

Robbins, J. E 85* 

Robbins, L. A 74' 

Robbins, M.V 44* 

Robbins, R.B 58* 

Robbins, W.C 61* 

Robbins, W. E 89* 

Robedoox, P. J.... 16* 

Roberts, C. T 6* 

RoberU, Elzy 26* 

Roberts, Emerson P. 81* 

Roberts, F. H 61* 

Roberts, J. E.... 90', 91* 

Roberts, J. H 82* 

Roberto, J. 47* 

Roberto, John P.... 81* 

Roberts, J. W 67* 

Roberto, L 67* 

Roberto, R. M 78* 

Robert., R. R 14^ 

Roberto, W.F 66* 

Roberts, W. N 61' 

Robertson, B 18* 

Robertson,ClaytonC 18' 
Robertson, Charles 

8 64', 66* 

Robertoon, James. . . 17* 

Robertson, J. F 71* 

Robertson, J. 11 64* 

Robins, G. A 49' 

Robinson, Cha-*. R . . 88* 

Robinson, F. A 67* 

Robinson, H. A 29' 

Robinson, U.D 79* 

Robinson, H. K 63* 

Robinson, James. ... 71' 

Robinson, Joseph. . . 81* 

Robinson, Joseph.. 44' 

Robinson, J. B,..22', 23' 

Robins>u, J. E 89» 

Robinson, J. H 66* 

Robinson, J. P...17', 18' 

Robinson, P. F 28* 

Robinson, R.D 67* 

Robinson, R. E 8* 

Robinson, R. 11 48* 

Robinson, S.J 19* 

Robinson, 8. J 65* 

Robinson, W. C... 61* 

Robinson, W. C... 64* 

Robinson, W.J 69* 

Robinson, W. 8.... 81' 

Robinson, W. T. .. 86* 

Robinson, Wm. T.. 77' 

Roblcs, Ju;tn 77' 



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Roche, J. A 70* 

Rockey, N. L 13' 

I Rodgers, S. L 77" 

Roe,A. M 67 

Roe, J. L 87* 

Roe, Robcr: 81' 

Rogers, A. 8 68' 

Rojfcrs, B. F. . . . 86', 37' 

Rojrers, Cain 19' 

Rogers, Charles 84* 

Rogers, C. E 84' 

Rogers, C. S 76* 

Rogers, F. C 88* 

Rogers, G. B. M.... 69' 
Rogers, G. R.... 18*, 19' 

Rogers, James 10* 

Rogers, James 87* 

Rogers, J. G 16' 

Rogers, L. N 48' 

Rogers, R.W.... 62', 64» 

Rogers, Wm 66' 

RoRngson, W. R.. . . 88' 

Rollins, W. 8 85' 

Romero, Domingo.. 24* 

Romine, F. M 83» 

Romine, J. M SS*- 

Rood,J. A 79* 

Roof, E.V 49* 

Rooney.S.B 63» 

Roper, Londt>n 8' 

Rorcr, C. II 63> 

Borer, V. E 62', 63* 

Rose, A. C 65* 

Rose, H. H 83* 

Rose, OlinW 45» 

Rose, R. 8 88» 

R.«eman, H. R.. 26', 27* 

Rosemond, J. R . . . . 18* 

Ross, Anthony 15* 

Roes, D. W 48» 

Ross, Felix 85* 

Ross,LG 769,81' 

Ross,- 8. A 69» 

RosB,T.S 88' 

Ross, Wm. 71» 

Robs, Zale 84' 

Rostock, Henry... 48», 49' 

Ro8zell,E 49* 

Rothrock, J. Y 61» 

Round, J. E 75* 

Rowe, H. F 88' 

Rowe,H. 8 66' 

Rowe, John 78» 

Rowley, C.W 66« 

Rowson,W. H 65» 

Roys, E. fl 74* 

Rubicam, E. H S3* 

Rucker, I. C 28* 

Rudisill, A.W... 65», 89» 

Rudisill, L. A 61' 

Rudolph, J. W 64' 

Rue, V. T 52» 

Ruley, J. A 68' 

Rulison, W. P G6' 

Rumbiu, Jose 24' 

Rumburg, J. K 80' 

Runnyon, Marion J . 51' 

Rush, J. M 68' 

Rush. Richard 41» 

Rushmore, Stephen. 69' 

Russell, J. C 18«, 193 

Russell, John W 35' 

Russell, W.H 68* 

Russell, W.H 70« 

Russum, J. C 66» 

Ruth,W. H 54* 

Rntledffe, J. £ 49> 

Ryan, Joseph M . . . . 86' 

Ryder, Daniel W.. . . 68' 

Ryder, John W 54* i 



I Ryder, W. P 48» 

I Ry lander, J. H 16» 

Rymau, C. S 58» 

S 

Sable, Edward 8* 

8ackett,C. H 39» 

Si^r, Charles 78» 

Sa^foes, Willis 6» 

Sallaway, A. P 45* 

Salmans, Levi B.. . . 24* 

Salmond, W. J.... 9S» 

Sammons, J. C 19» 

Samples, Oiieal 6', 6» 

Sampson, James .... 63' 

Smns, Joseph 6* 

Samuel, Jacob 60* 

Samuels, Archibald. 6* 

Sanderlin, B. H.... 61* 
Sanders,!). J.... 17». 18* 

Sanders, J. H 5», 6» 

Sanders, J. W S0» 

Sanders, S. E.... 40*, 41« 

Sanderson, Alonzo.. 76' 

Sanderson, G. E 76* 

Sanderson, Henry . . 81 » 

Sanderson, Robert.. 83' 

Sanderson, Roscoe . . 85* 

Sands, S. A 71* 

Sands, W.J 65' 

Sanford,A. B 71* 

Sanford, A. K 78* 

Sanford, Byron G. . . 69* 

Sanford, D. A 88» 

Sanford, Isaac 69' 

Banner, G. R 66' 

8antee,E. L 89» 

Santee,J. B 89* 

Sapp,M.F 60* 

Sapp, WHliflM 49» 

8appenfleld,L. C... 46» 

Sarah, Alfred E 68* 

Saigont, F. D 78* 

Sargent, Samuel .... 44* 

Sasportas, F. W.... 18* 

Sasportas, J. A 17* 

Sa8se6n,J. R 49* 

Satchell, J. T 64» 

Saunders, Fred 71* 

Saunders. J. V...... 70* 

Savage, H.R 66* 

Savidge^. V 61* 

Saville,W. A 36* 

Savin, R. T 82»,83» 

Sawn, J. E 87« 

Sawyer,B 68* 

Sawyer, D.H 84» 

Sawyer, F.F 42* 

Sawyer, George 25» 

Sawyer, J. E. C 66* 

Saxe, G. G 66» 

Sayers, J. W 68« 

Soaggs, H. H 22» 

Scales, J. H 18', 19* 

Sciiaffer.G. L 63» 

8cheinan,T. C 14* 

Schenck, Nathan H. 52* 
Schively, J. H.12',88»,89« 

Schlueter, Wm 40* 

Schneider, Edward. . 20* 

Schock, D. H 87* 

Schofield, Abraham. 88* 

Sohofleld, James. ... 1 2^ 

Schooley, W. T.... 80* 

Rchriber,Wm 61» 

Schriver, Andrew. . . 78* 

Schroder, Bemhard. 86* 

Schuler, Carl 21 » 

Schulze, Gustav 21* 

Schuyler, Aaron,... 87* 



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Sohwartxman, J. W . 65» 

Sooby,Z. D 729 

Scofleld, Frank A. . 71» 

Scofield, Henry 70» 

Scofield^Wm. E.... 71» 

8oott,AlbertL 44> 

8oott,A. T 81» 

Soott, Clifford E.... 64« 

Scott, ConieUnsC.. 18' 

Soott, Isaac l«i 

Scott, L B 14> 

Hcott, Jame- 11 80» 

Scott, .loneph 77* 

Scott, J. A 42» 

Scott, J. A 80* 

Scott,J.D 2S« 

8oott,J. E 18> 

Scott, Lockbum B . . 72» 

Scott, 0. W 78» 

Soott, K. A 80» 

Scott,K. M 44* 

Soott, R.S 72« 

Scott, Samuel II.... 74» 

Scott, Thomaj* 48> 

Scott, Thornton 14« 

Scott, T.J 48> 

Scott, Warren 13« 

Scott, W. D 17>, 1S> 

Soott, W. H 17», 18» 

Scott, Wulrer H.... 29« 

Scranton, Wm. B... 72» 

Scrlbner, A 60» 

ScrippK, H. C....77S78a 

Scrugjfh, Charles.... 25« 

Scrump*, Solomon . . . 25' 

Scucider, M. L. 69« 

Scull, VV.L 60' 

Scutt, A. B 72» 

SeaK D. M 16* 

Seaman, S. A 6»> 

Seamans, E. L 68* 

Searlea, A. N 78» 

SearlcB, J. B 66* 

Searlefl, J. E 70» 

Searle8,W. N 78« 

8ear», S. W 61* 

8ear», Willium R. 81», 70» 

Sebring, H. U 62* 

Sechriat, J. F 87» 

Sedore, W. M 8tf« 

See, A. N 87» 

Seeicy, II. B 49^ 

Seidel, J. F 89» 

Sei»8, J. B 44« 

Self, W. L. A 11» 

Selle, R.L 21» 

SeUeck,A.F 72» 

Selleck, J.W 73« 

Sellers, Houry 42' 

Sellick, Herman D . . 57' 

Sells, T 67» 

Semans, Solomon L. 87' 

Senser, George G.. . 88« 

Seran,J.W 68« 

Servis, G. W.... 69>, 709 

Severson, G. A 88» 

Severson, 0. L 88* 

Sevits, Lewis A . . . . 68* 

Seymour, Myron G. 5^ 

Shackelford, James. 14> 

Shackleford,C. L... 36' 

Shackleford, J. T. . . 86» 

Shackleford, N. D.. 68» 

Shackleton,F. J.... 70» 

Shaffer, J.N 72> 

Shaffer, W. H 64' 

Shah, Yaqub IS' 

Shallowhomo, C. O. 17» 

Shumbaugh, Wm ... 45' 
Shanklin,G. A...24', 25' 



Shanklin, W. A. . . . 45* 

Shannon, Granville. 27' 

Shannon, J. Y 61» 

Shannon, SHmuel ... 55* 

Sharp, A. P 75* 

Sharp, Wm. A 80* 

Sharp, Wm.W 81» 

Shnrpe, Geo 59» 

Shaver, J. B 61* 

Shaw.D.P 29* 

Shaw, D. W 84* 

Shaw, F. N 60J, 60* 

Shaw, Jamett 47' 

Shaw, J. F 861, 87* 

Shaw, CfB 88* 

Shaw, W. M 88* 

Shaw, W. W 74* 

Shawhan, B. E 88i 

Sheaffer, W. J. . . 5<;>, 52« 

Shear, A. Lincoln. . . 74* 

Sheard, Charles.... 58» 

Sheers, Wm 81* 

Sheets, F.D 82», 83' 

Sheets. G. A 81» 

Sheffield, Andrew.. 19> 

Sheffield, J. F 78' 

Shelby, David 17' 

Shelby, David 27» 

Sheldon, H.C 82* 

8hepard,C. D 88* 

Shepherd, T.B 58* 

Sheppard, C. F 81* 

Sheppard, W. F.... 68* 

Sherborne, J. A 60* 

Sherburne, J. O.... 61 » 

Sherburne, L.O.... 61* 

Sherman, C.R 77> 

Sherman, David .... 76' 

Sherman, Eugene F. 88' 

Sherman, J. H 78» 

Sherman, Reuben. . . 58* 

Sherrell, J. C 27» 

Sherwood, F.R 66* 

Shields, A. D 63» 

Shields, D. H 52* 

Shields, John 62* 

Shimp,M. H 86* 

Shinu, W. E 15* 

Shipe, J. R 52' 

Shipley, Charles.... 18' 
Shipley, E.E.... 55», 66* 

Shipley, Thomas W. 22» 

Shipman, Isaac N. . . 88' 

Shipman,S.P 80' 

Shiras, G. E 12* 

Shockley, A. R 80* 

Shoemaker, E 51* 

Shoesmitb, Wm. . 62S 64' 

Short, J. D 10* 

Short, J.L 58* 

Short,J.N 76* 

Short, Samuel 58* 

Showalter,J. A 44* 

Shriner, F. W 56» 

Shriner, W. P... 50», 52* 

Shumate, N 49' 

Shnmpert, J. M.... 28* 

Shumpert, L. L 29* 

Shulu, J. R 56* 

Shurter,R. L 73* 

Siberts, S. W 24*, 24* 

Sibley, Edgar 38' 

Sibley, Wm 88» 

Sidney, Wm 42* 

Sieber, John 55* 

Silas, N. R 13' 

Sill, Matthew D.... 68* 

Sllverthome, Wm.. 77' 

Simes, L. E 49* 

i Simmons, C. W . . . . 13' 



Simmons, F.S 68* 

Simmons, G. C 66* 

Simmons, H. W.... 85* 

Simmons, Ichabod.. 71' 

Simmons, J. C 67* 

Simmons, Stewart . . 18* 

Simmons^ W. J 46' 

Simms, Israel 84* 

Simon, B.F 79* 

Simons, Darius 57* 

Simons, G. H 40* 

Simons, V. M 75* 

Simsonson, G. W. 74», 77» 

Simonton, J. P 88* 

Simpkins, S. C 88* 

Simpttou, C. M 68' 

Simpson, F.T 68* 

Simpson, H. M 64* 

Simpson, J. A 48* 

Simpson, J.W 58* 

8imi>son, J. W 70» 

Sims, A. L 21» 

Sims, Tlios. 18* 

Sims, T. A 28* 

Singer, G. A 51* 

Singer, Isaac W . . . . 69' 

Singh, Dilawar 18* 

Singh, Kanhai 13* 

Sinjch, Paul 60* 

Singleton, Wo»ley.. 85* 

S!prolle,M. H 83* 

Sissle, G. A 85' 

Sisty,M.H 62* 

Sisum, Geo. W 65* 

Sitterly, C. F 54* 

Skafte, G. C 11', 12* 

Skugg*, J. D.... 43», 44* 

Skeel, Harlow 58' 

Skelton, David £... 85* 

Skene, Geo 76' 

Skinner, Elislia. 84* 

Skinner, J. C 29* 

Skinner, Lewis B... 48' 

Slack, J. H 68* 

Slarrow,J. M 56' 

Slasson. J. L 65» 

Slater, Silas 67* 

Slaus^hter, John P. . . 45* 

Sleeper, T.D 87* 

sugar, D. W 50* 

Slocum, H. W 65» 

Slusher, J. W 22* 

Small, E. E 76* 

Small, F.H 41* 

Small, Geo. L 76* 

Small, Richard 8* 

SmalLS. M 88* 

Smead, Elijah 67* 

Smedley, Joseph 57* 

Smedley, Willis E.. 50* 

Smaey,G. M 76' 

Smiley, J. J 60» 

Smith, Alfred 81* 

Smith, Arthur J . . . . 71* 

Smith, A. L 54* 

Smith, A. L 69' 

Smith, A. L 86* 

Smith, A. W 21* 

Smith, A. W 66* 

Smith,B 67' 

Smith, B.F 25* 

Smith, B.G 19* 

Smith,B. H 56* 

Smith, Chas 79* 

Smith, C. A 61' 

Smith, CD 56» 

Smith, Chas. II 84» 

8miUi,C. M 59' 

Sraith,C.N 75* 

Smith, C.R 87* 



Smith, David. 88» 

Smith, D.J 851 

Smith, Esekiel 81« 

Smith, E. A 75* 

Smith, E. C 47» 

Smith, E. F 78* 

Smith, E.H 56* 

Smith, E. M 82» 

Smith, E. R 78» 

Smith, F.D 18* 

Smith, F.W 82* 

Smith, G.E 61* 

Smith, Geo. E... 60», 52* 

Smith, G. H 78* 

Smith, George P 32» 

Smith, G. W 14' 

Smith, G.W 28' 

Smith, G. W 54' 

Smith, Henrv 14» 

Smith, Hervey 46» 

Smith, HC 56* 

Smith,H. C 69' 

Smith,H.lI 65* 

Smith, H. M 87* 

Smith, H. R 13', 14* 

Smith, H.S 78' 

Smith, Isaac 26' 

Smith,LB 18' 

Smith, LE 71> 

Smith, L J 89» 

Smith, Jeremiali 14* 

Smith, J,B 28* 

Smith, J. B 79' 

Smith, J. 75* 

Smith, J. D 45' 

Smith, J. H 6* 

Smith, J. H 83* 

Smith, John H 87* 

Smith, Joseph 71* 

Smith, Joseph H.. . . 62* 

Smith, Julius 46' 

Smith, J. S 48* 

Smith;j.W 66* 

Smith, J.W 67' 

Smith, J.W 82* 

Smith, Leborn 25' 

Smith, L.C 24' 

Smith, L.F 51* 

Smith, M.B 48', 50* 

Smith, M. H 66' 

Smith, M. H 68* 

Smith, M. L 51» 

Smith, Moses 25* 

Smith,N.B 61* 

Smith, N.H 61* 

Smith, Oscar A 83* 

Smith, O.H 50* 

Smith, P. A 84* 

Smith, Ravi! 63* 

Smith,R. H 41* 

Smith, R.H 68' 

Smith, R. J 58» 

Smith, R.L. 50* 

Smith, R.S 42* 

Smith,R. T 46' 

Smith, Samuel 6' 

Smith, S. A 48*, 50' 

Smith, Sidney 44' 

Smith, S. H 70' 

Smith, S. H.C 63» 

Smith, S. K 71* 

Smith, S.P 11', 12* 

Smith, S.W 68* 

Smith, T.B 72* 

Smith, T. B 76' 

Smith,T.H 53' 

Smith, William 16' 

Smith, W.C 73' 

Smith, W. E 70* 

Smith, W.F 19* 



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Smith, W. H JP 

Smith, W. H 64» 

Smith, WhlH 72« 

Smith, W.J 18» 

Smith, W. J 78» 

Smith, W.L 66» 

Smith, W. W 89» 

Smith, Y. C 38» 

Smlthert, W. S.... 61» 

Smoot, T. C 82« 

Smyser, M. L 52» 

Smyth, David T.... 62* 

Snedekor, C. H 7S» 

Snell, Isom U» 

Snelling, Chas. A . . . U^ 

Snetter, E. J 1S« 

Snoddy , Nimrod .... 19» 

Snodgra«8,W. C 68* 

Snow, Elihu 61« 

8nowden,N. B 80« 

Snyder, B.D»F 68» 

Snyder, C. R 54» 

Snyder, E. B 62* 

Snyder, G. R 86« 

Snyder, M. B 74* 

Snyder, M. E 87« 

Snyder, R.M.... 60S 52» 

Snvder, Sanford .... 44» 

Solomon, Abr.thnm. 18> 



Piiice 
Stallings, G. W.. 29», 80» 
Stallwood. Jabi-2. 57>, 68« 

Stampor, J.N 88» 

Stanford, F.B 68* 

Standing. Geo 5* 

Stang, WmiamU... 88> 

Stanger, G. C 87» 

Stanley, E.S 78> 

Stanley, J. H 85« 

Stansbury, J. H.... 70» 

Staples, L W 76* 

Staples, Mark 76* 

Starks, H. A 66> 

Stark8,W. H. L.... 66» 

Starr, J. C 66' 

Starr, W. H 79» 

Start, J. W 662 

Stasio, Eduardo.... 90* 
Stauber, B. T... 86», 86» 

Stttuber, B. T 50» 

Steames, G.W 77» 

StebhinR, C. M .. 60»,61« 

Steele, Benj 41' 

Steele, Daniel 76* 

Steele, G.M 77* 

Steele, J. A 84* 

Steele, J. W 66» 

Steele, Robert 48* 

Steele,W. C 71* 



Sonierville, J. W . 64», 66* Steele, W. F 77* 

Somerville, L. W . . . 28» Steene, Henry 86* 

Sooy, J. L 87* Stein, J. B 61* 

Sorby, Richard .. 88>, 89* Stembridge, A. E.69S71* 

Sou(Ier, J. L 86* Stengle, A 82* 

Soule. F. A 65» Stenhouse, C. A. . . . 78* 

Souser, J. S 62> Stephen, Joseph . .48*, 60i 

South, Henry 41* Stephens, Albert. . . 74» 

Southard, C. A 81* , Stephens, Matthew . 18* 

Southgate, H. A . . . . 86* Stephens, Simon .... 74* 

Southworth, J. S . . . 88> . Stephens, S. G 88* 

Sparkman, T. C . . 48», 46* \ Stephens, W. A . . . . 62* 

Sparks, John 16* Stephens, W. H . . 

Sparks, R. H 44* Stephenson, R. B. 

Spaulding, C. £.... 76> I Stephenson, R. K 

Spatddinif. J. F. . . . . 84* -^ ' 

Speake, W. F 66» 

Speake, W. T.... 12», 18> 

Spears, Alex 15* 

Speight, N. H 19* 

Spellman, R. D 67* 

Spencer, A.R ... ld», 19* 

Spellmeyer, Heurv . . 64* 

Spencer, Edwarl. .. 27* 

Spencer, G^en C . . . 70* 
Spencer, G. H... 84», 86* 

Spencer, Geoige T. . 80* 

Spencer, H. A 86* 

Spencer, Mo>«e8 47* 

Spencer, S. W 88» 

Sperry, A. C 88» 

Sperry, Logman 88» 

Splcer, F. M 8* 

Spivey, J. B 11> 

Spoor, A. O 66* 

Spottswood, W. L. . 61 » 

6prague,LG 81* 

Sprague, L. L 39» 

Springer, C. E 82» 

Squire, Joel 65» 

Squire, Orra 67* 

Squire, O. J 66» 

Stabler, Tho8 68* 

Stacey, Wm 68» 

Stackhouse, Jacob . . 28* 

Stackpole, E. S 90* 

Stacy, Richard 6* 

Stafford, G.W 44* 

Stafford, I. T 78» 

Stahl, Philip 40« 



89« 
87 > 
81> 

Stephenson, Tho8. . . 44* 

Steptoe, A. C 4d< 

Stetson, W.H 79* 

Stevens, B. F 61» 

Stevens, CM 80' 

Stevens, D. S 69* 

Stevens, E. M 62* 

Stevens, E. P 66» 

Stevens, G.W 61* 

Stevens, 0. H 81* 

Stevens, S. F 44* 

Stevens^ Theodore . . 68* 

Stevens, William ... 46* 

Stevens, William ... 72* 

Stevens, W. H 26* 

Stevens, Wm. H..61», 62* 

Stevenson, Thomas. 70* 

Stevenson, W. B... 48* 

Stevenson, W. J.... 68* 

Steward, Cosmer.. . . 27* 

Stewart, David 88* 

Stewart, J. A 14* 

Stewart, J. W 10* 

Stewart, J. W 44* 

Stewart, M 18» 

Sewart, M. E....47S48* 

Stewart, 0. M 46» 

Stewart, W.F 84» 

Stewart, W.S 68* 

Stickney, F. M 4t)« 

Stiehl, D. G 20a 

Stiehler, Frederick.. 71* 

StUes, D. F 46* 

Stiles, Wm. A 9* 

StiU,H. S 71* 



Still, J. D 66* Swallow, Minor 38^ 

StiUman, Geo 70* Swallow, S. C 61* 

Stillwell,W.S 72* Swartx,B.C 91» 



Stak-y, Valentino. . . 44»! Still, James A SO^ 



Stlne, Robert H.... 62^ 

Stine, John 6V 

Stirling, N. S 6* 

StitLJ. B 66* 

Stockdale, F. B.. 69>, 70> 

Stockton, T.K 64* 

Stockton. W.C 87* 

StockweU, Geo. £.. 66* 

Stoddard, P 72* 

Stoddard, W. P.... 78* 

Stoecker,Karl 40* 

Stogden, Oliver E.. 68» 

Stokes, E. H 87> 

Stokes, M. C 87* 

Stokes, S. M 27* 

Stokes. Thomas. . 10^ 18* 

Stolz, M. M 86* 

Stone, F.M 68* 

Stone, G. B 89* 

Stone, G. 1 89* 

Stone, J. S.. 69», 69», 78» 

Stone, Jesse 81* 

Stone, Simeon 86* 

Stone, S. M 88» 

Stoney, J. H 12* 

Story, George L.... 61* 

Stout, William 64* 

Stowe, L. S 69* 

Stranahan, Wm. M. 68* 

Stratton, F. K 76* 

Stratton, Porter R. . 76* 

Stratton.R. M 78* 

Straub, Heniy A... 61* 

Straw, C. W 62», 68* 

8trawin8ki,P.P.... 62* 

Strayhom, A. M. . .. 68* 

Street, Aram K 86* 

Streeter, L.R 71» 

Streit, John 21* 

Strickland, W. P. C. 87» 

Stricklen, W. R.... 66» 

Strider, B. J 86* 

Stright, I. F 67* 

Stright, M. F 68* 

String, B.T 68* 

Stringer, John 64* 

Strobridge,G.E.... 78* 
Strong, H. P.... 26-, 27* 

Strong, S.S 69* 

Strout, E. C 82* 

Stront, J. A 81* 

Stuart, W.J 88* 

Stubbs, Enoch 64* 

Stuntz, H. C... 60», 88* 

Styan, Mark 69* 

Styles, Je8.se 87* 

Sudds, Wm 16> 

Snell, Richard 29» 

Sulliger, S. S 88* 

Sullivan, D. A 9* 

Sullivan, J. M 47* 

Sullivan, W. H. 9»,90»,91* 

Summers, J. W 41 » 

Sumner, J. B 88* 

Sunfieldf, E. C 88» 

Surdam, CM 88* 

Suter, Jacob 40" 

Sutherland, G 75* 

S utherland, James . . 76* 

Swadener, M 67* 

Swahlen, John 89* 

Swahlen. W. F 87* 

Swan, Harry 25' 

Swan, J. H 24», 25* 

Swaney, J. A 48* 

Swnnlund, Albert.. 15» 

Swain, C. P 31* 



Swart*, C. W. 

Swart*, E.T 61* 

Swearingen, Peter.. 8* 

Sweatt,C. H «0» 

Sweet, Cornelius. ... 88> 

Sweet, J. B 89* 

Sweet, W.H 87* 

Sweetman, J.W.... 72* 

Sweetman, T. R 72* 

Sweetzer,S.B 76* 

Swickard, N. A.... 48* 

Swindells, J. T 64> 

Swindells. Wm 68» 

Switzer, J. G 61* 

Sykes, G. S 87> 

Sykes, MandyB.... 29« 

Sylvester, A.R 81» 

Sylvester, J. B 66* 

Sypherd, J. 81» 

T 

Tabler, T. F.... 80», 81» 

Tabor, Church 61* 

Tabor, J. M., Jr.... 78* 

Taft,M. L 72* 

Tail, William N.... 70« 

Taggart, Irad 86* 

TagMrt, T. J. II . . . . 87» 

TagUalatela, Pietro.. 90* 

TaIbot,M. J 79* 

Talbot, N.U 851 

Talbot, W.F 81» 

Tallraan, L. A 47* 

TallonTwm 77» 

Talmadsre, C.H.. 74», 75* 

Taneyhill, Thomas. 61» 

Taphn, C. P 61» 

TarbiU, E. E....47>,48* 

Tarpley, W. E 9* 

Tasoo, Stepl^en 42* 

Tate, Albert L 26* 

Tate, H.W 85* 

Tate, John 41» 

Tator, Milton 66* 

Taylor, Aaron 14* 

Taylor, A. E 62» 

Taylor, A. F 68» 

Taylor, A. J 22* 

Taylor, B.M 41* 

Taylor, C. A 26* 

Taylor, CredeH.... 85» 

Taylor, C.W 85* 

Taylor, David 71* 

Tr-^or, E. E 67» 

Tt )r, E. M 76» 

Ti )r, F. C... 40»,41* 

Ti )r, Geo 70* 

Ti )r, G. L 70« 

Ti )r, G. W 26* 

Tj )r, Heniy 16* 

Tj )r, H. B 66* 

Ti )r, James 84* 

Ti )r, J. B 54» 

Ti )r,J. II 88* 

Ti )r, J. O 50* 

Ti >r, Lucius E... 61* 

Ti >r, Nathan 47* 

Ti ►r, Robert M... 6» 

Ttj.or, R. M 65» 

Taylor, RoUin S. . . . 52* 

Taylor, Samuel 60* 

Taylor, W. 1 69* 

Taylor, Wm. P 82* 

Taylor, W.W 78* 

Tays, Christopher. . 41* 

Teague, M. A 67* 

Tedrick, N. P 22» 



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Teetor,C.F ^ 

TennaDt»G. L 87« 

Terbush, G.W 72* 

Terllinger, J. V.... e8» 

Terrell, L. J 28« 

Terry, J. W 12» 

Terry, T.E 81« 

Terry,T.M 69» 

Teter, A. D 22» 

Teter.J. C 23» 

Tctley,J.*iah 74" 

TevU, A. H 48« 

fhauier, D. C... . 61* 

Thayer.E. 0....81», 82* 

Thiilkeld, L. A..65», 66« 

ThirkSeld, W.P.... 6> 

Tbobom, C. R 84» 

Thomas, Abner 14* 

Thomas, D. W.. 12«, 18» 

Thomas, E. L 48» 

Thomas, Q.W 86« 

Thomas, Isaac 54* 

Thomas,LL 42» 

Thomas, L 8 28» 

Thomas, James 48* 

Thomas, Jaines B.12>,59* 

Thoma»», J. B 18* 

Thomas, J. C 69* 

Thomax, John L.. . . 88* 

Thomas, J. 8 78* 

ThomsH, J. W 41* 

Thomas, Liti le on . . 41 * 

Thomas, Richard ... 68* 

Thoma^R.A 18» 

Thomas, R. J 16» 

Thomas, S 18* 

Thomas, 8. W 62* 

Thomas, T. 8 68* 

Thomas, Washingt'n 14^ 

Thomas, Wm 58* 

Thomas, W. B 88» 

Thomas, W.H 80* 

Thomas, Wm. H... 76» 

Thompson, Aaron.. 67* 

Thompson, Arthur. 74* 

Thomiison, A. A . . . 68* 

Thompson, A. H.... 66> 

Thompson, Cortes.. 15* 

Thompson, C. E. 40*, 41* 

Thoinp«on, C. C. 80», 87- 

Thompson,D. W. B. 78* 

Thompson, F. W.. 57» 

Thompson, O. H... 29* 

Thompson, G.L.... 7l» 

Thompson, Geo. W . 27* 

Thompson, «. W... 74» 

Thompson, H. 8 81* 

Thompson, John ... 62* 

Thompson, John... 78* 

Thompson, J. G 49* 

Thompson, J. H 76* 

Thompson, J. M... 28» 

Thompson, J. 0.... 77* 

Thompson, J. R.... 72* 

Thompson, Jcbsc R. 87* 

Thompson, J. 8.... 84* 

Thompson, J. W . . . . 67* 

Thompson, N. B.. . . 78* 

Thompson, O 66* 

Thompson, B.L.... 50* 

Thompson, T. G.. . . 66* 

Thompson, T. J . . . . 26* 

Thompson, T. M... 85* 

Thompson, W.D... 70» 

Thompson, W. J... 57* 

Thomson, Reese.... 16* 

Thomson. Thos.... 48* 

Thorn, idchard, Jr. 86* 

Thomdyke, E. II.. . . 79* 

Thornton, B. J 26« 



Pace 

Thorp, T. D 68* 

Thorpe, E. L 70' 

Thorpe, W.L 89* 

Thrasher, E. H 76* 

Threlfall, Henry.... 46* 

Threlkeld,R. P.... 28* 

Thurlow, H. M 56* 

Thurman, J. A..... 9* 

Thnrston, James. ... 84* 

Thurston, John.... 61* 

Thurston. W. A.. 76* 

Tibbals, NHthan.... 69* 

Tibbets, LJ 85* 

Tickchoff, Peter.. 89» 89* 

Tiffany,O.H 72* 

Tiljjhman, Andrew. 42» 

Tillory, J. A 14* 

Tillman, Stephen ... 16* 

TUton, Charles 76* 

Tilton, Rulus 84* 

Timanns, J. J 68* 

Timbrell, J. H 64* 

TinibriU, W. C. 52>, 54* 

Tiudale, Matthew ... 60* 

Tin.lall, J 68* 

Tinker, Ezru 78* 

Tinley, C. A 80* 

Tinling, John 88* 

Tipple, E. 8 78* 

Tipton, N. F 44», 91* 

Tircuit, J. A 16» 

TirreU, Arthur W... 76» 

Tirrell, Ebcn 78* 

Tisdale,W. L 68* 

Tittle, Abraham 48* 

Titns, JohnW 42* 

Titus, W. 8 57* 

Tobey, R 67* 

Tobias. J. C 18* 

Todd,C.W 88* 

Todd, E. 8 56* 

Todd, Gal riel 14« 

Todd, Geo. W. 80«, 62», 62* 

Todd, Jacob 82* 

Todd, J. 8 19* 

Todd, R.W 81* 

Todd, W. 1 61* 

Tolend, Henry A... 45* 

Tole8,S. W 71* 

Tollis, Costaiilino. . . 90* 

Tomkinson, T. L... 61* 

Tomkin8on,W. E.. 82* 

Tomlinson, F. J.... 64* 

Tompkins, T., 8r . . 84* 

Tomoff, 8 54* 

Tood, J.R 81* 

Tooke,W. F 58* 

Toole, Nelson 28* 

Toombs, J. E 26* 

Tomblad, C. F...69», 70* 

Torrence.L U 61» 

Torsey.H. P 82» 

Toulmin,W. B 76* 

Toulson, Lewis E.. 80* 

Tovar, Abundio 24* 

Tower, P. R 88'» 

Towle, F. W 83* 

Townsend, A. G 18* 

Townsend, C. C . . . . 68> 

Townsecd, Edward . 63* 

Townsend, F. 8 70* 

Townsend, G. D.... 72* 

Townsend, G. T.... 80* 

Townsend, G. W... 26* 

Townsend, G.W... 81* 

Townsend, Israel... 19* 

Townsend, J. K.... 18* 

Townsend, L. T.... 76« 

Townsend, S'crnt. «. S6* 

Townsend, W-n. C. 77* 



Pane 

Towsley, X. H 65* 

Trach, George 51* 

Traeger, Andrew... 20* 

Trafton, A. C 81* 

Trafton, M 75* 

Transue, J. A 88* 

Trask, J. H 82» 

Traver, V.N 78* 

Travis, C.H 74* 

Travis, P. H 6> 

Travis, R.H 78* 

Tredinnick, John 10», 10* 

Tree, E. 71* 

Treible, Wilson .... 89» 

Trest.G. W 58' 

Trevillian, Thoe. ... 61' 
Trtvorton. Henry, 60», 52» 

Trezise, John 48^ 

Tribou. John II.... 84» 

Trice, James 28* 

Trickett, Wm 62* 

Trigaskis, Jnmcs ... 78* 

Trimble, L.H 46* 

Triplett, T. H 9» 

Trotter, A. M 28* 

Troupe, Elms 28* 

Troupe. 8. D 29» 

Trow, J. H 66* 

Truax,A. B 61» 

Trumbower, W. M. . 58* 

l^bbe, D.L 28» 

Tubbs, Frank D.... 24* 

Tubbs, F.H 51» 

Tucker, C. 8 48* 

Tucker, H. A 44» 

Tucker, J. T 86* 

Tucker, L.P 61* 

Tujrgle,G. G.... 18«, 19* 

Tulford, Daniel 57* 

Tull,J.8 88* 

TuU, W.J 88* 

Tullar,E. C 69S 71* 

Tulli8,G. H 87* 

Tunniolitf, E. 11.... 76> 

Tupper, J. 8 60* 

Tufper, Siimuel. . 12«, 18' 

Turkington,W.II.. 85* 

Turner, Alphu 81' 

Turner, A. A.... 67*, 68* 

Tumer,B. 8 80* 

Turner, C. F 62», 64» 

Tumer,M.A 55* 

Turner, 8. E 12* 

Turner, 8. G 84», 85* 

Turner, Nathani.l.. 62* 

Turner, R 63» 

Turner, T. J 9* 

Turner, W.H 49* 

Turner, William R.. 88* 

Turpin, J. B 87* 

Turrentino, F. M... 74» 

Tutlull,N.8 78» 

Tuttle, A. H 56», 55* 

Tuttle,J. K 45* 

Twlchell, Albert..,. 85» 

Twombly,J.lI 76* 

Tyler, Frank A ..84», 85» 

Tyler, Orren 88» 

Tyrie, Thomas 85* 

U 

Ullrich, Anton 20* 

Ulmer, Geo. C 68' 

Underwood, Jonas. . 89* 

Underwood. W. H.. 48' 

Upchurch,!). H.... 22' 

Upham, Frederick . . 77' 

Upharo, F. B 70' 

Uphnm, F.N 70» 

Upham, 8. F 76» 



Upshaw, 8. C 6* 

Urban, A. L 68* 

Urbantke, Carl 21 > 

Urbantke, J. E 21* 

V 

Vail, Adee 72* 

Vail, A. D 78* 

Vail, Royal C 60> 

Vail, S.C 61» 

Valderma, P. F 24* 

Valentine, A. D.... 42* 

Valentine, J. H 42* 

Valentine, L. J 48* 

Valiant, Wm.T.... 81* 

Van Alstyne,Geo... 71* 

Van Arsdale, W. W. 56* 

Van Benschoten, 8.. 54> 

Van Burkalow, J. T. 82* 

Vance, F. W 18* 

Van Cleft, A. J ... . 88' 

Vancleve, Crook S . 53» 

Vanderhoff, W. W.. 64» 

Van Deusen, 8 72* 

Van Deventer, £. W. 48* 

Vandewater, I. R. . . 72* 

Vandivcr, A. T 11» 

Van Dusen, Albert. 64* 

Van Dusen, G. H... 66» 

Van Dusen, H. N... 89« 
Van Dusen, Wilmot 

W 67' 

Van Gaasbeck, D. 

W. C 72* 

Van Gundy, D. S... 83* 

VanGundy,W.A... 88* 

Van Hook, Willis.. 14> 

Vanhome, Richnrti, 63' 

Van Keuren, Orville 74* 
VanLandingham, L. 

J 88» 

Van Meter, J. B.... 56» 

VanPetten, J. B... 46* 
Vansant, C. F.64', 66«, 86* 

Vansant, I.N 64> 

Vansant, James .... 86* 

Vansant, N 58* 

Vansanr, 8umuel M. 87* 

Van8choick, R.W. 89* 

Van8lTke,W.M.... 68« 

VanValkenburgJ.B. 68* 

VanValkcnburg4.D. 66* 

VanWoert,G.E.... 88* 

Van Wye, G. P 33« 

Vardon, A. 8. E.... 60* 

Vaughan, J. H 45* 

Vaughn, E. II 84> 

Vaughn, W. H 74' 

Vaughn, Wm.H.... 85* 

Veale.Thos 78* 

Veil, 8. H 18», 19« 

Velasco, Bcni. N.... 24* 

Venable, W. 11 85» 

Venible, Abraham.. 17* 

Vernon. 8. M 63* 

Viele, Altra am.... 65» 

Vigus, W. J 69* 

ViHaneuva. J.77*. 84*, 84* 

Vincent, Allre<l .... 16* 

Vincent, James A . . 16» 

Vincent, J. H 85* 

Vincent, L.M 72* 

Vincent, 8. D 48> 

Vinton, C.H 75* 

Vinton, Joseph 69* 

Vlnton,P.M. 79« 

Virgin, E.W 76> 

Vivien, A. M 68* 

VoUberg, Henry.... 40* 

VolImer,H.R 44' 



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Voorhees, W. W. ... 68' 
Votiijht, F. S.60», 60«, 6ia 

Vrooman, C. C 88" 

Vrooman, John 61 

W 

Waddell, D. F 81« 

Wade,C. K 46* 

Wade, C. U 68* 

Wade, K. F 65» 

Wadsworth, M. G... 68» 

Wager, J. K 65» 

Wagg, Alfred 87» 

Wagg, John 87» 

Wagoer.F. J 66» 

Wagner, Jesse 76« 

Wagner, J. R 88« 

Wahlin, August.... 7» 

Wait, Harrison 88« 

Waite, 0. L 45», 46» 

Wake, Richard 48> 

Wake, Win 69» 

Walbuhi, J. M...22», 91» 

Walden, J. D 2S» 

Walker, A. B 44» 

Walker, Alex. L. . . 4o« 
Walker, Cyrus A. 4<)», 41' 
Walker, D. L.... 4.V, 4«> 

Walker, E.L 66' 

Wulker, Eli S 83" 

Walker, Frank HJ» 

Walker, H. J 12'^ 

Walker, J. C 36' 

Walker, J. G.... 26», 27* 

Walker, J. W 45^ 

Walker, L. B 2.3> 

Walker, N. A 87'' 

Walker, P. G 42> 

Walker, R. V 74>, 76^ 

Walker, T.D 66» 

Walker, W.F 69« 

Wallace, Adiuii...6L'«, 63« 

Wallace, Andrew J.. 80^ 

Wallace, E. H 52' 

Wallace, Horace .... 15* 

Wallace, J. H 61« 

Wttllin, F. 0. B 76» 

Wallon, Lewis 40» 

Walsh, J. L 56» 

Walter, C.H 61> 

Walter, Wesley. . 89», 40» 

Walters, Chas. II.... 76' 

Walters, David 64» 

Walters, J. H....67», 08* 

Walters, J. W 2P 

Walton, C. E 54* 

Walton, C. H 58« 

Walton, Chas. W... 29' 

Walton, H. W 26« 

Walton, Monmouth . 84» 

Walton, O.S 81» 

Walton, Samuel . . 14>, 26» 

Walton, Wm 87> 

Walton, W.B 82' 

Walts, J. K 68« 

Waltz, W.J 67', 68' 

Walworth. S. E 88' 

AVambaugh, C A... 58' 

WanitOljin^ Yu ... 69' 

Wanless, G. P 30» 

Waples, Robert M.. . 87' 

Ward, B. J 85> 

Ward, GUbert 65' 

Ward, J. W 76» 

Ward, S«ott 85' 

Ward, W.I 78' 

Warden, W.H 70» 

Warden, Wm. M.... 71 » 

Wardle, J. K 72* 

Wardwell, L. 1).... S;^' 



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Wardwell, V. P 84' 

Ware, D 28' 

Ware, 1. S...- 60« 

Warn, S. M 67« 

Wame, F. W 60' 

Warner, A. R 67* 

Warner, B. F 49» 

Warner, C.J. 60» 

Warner, F. E 69', 69' 

Warner, C. S 48' 

Warner, Joseph 48' 

Warner, J. F 88» 

Warner, 8. N 49' 

Warner, Samuel .... 46* 

Warner, Wm 28» 

Warner, W. M 81» 

Warren, B. C.81', 72«, 78' 

Warr«n, Geo 62» 

Warren, W 85' 

Warren, W.F 76' 

Warriner, Edward.. 70' 

Wamock, T. B 89» 

Warthman, John., . . 88' 

W ashbum, Rob-rt . . 65' 

Washburn, W. H... 66' 

Washington, D.L.. 48' 

Washington, Geo... 6' 

Washington, Geo... 16' 

Wa-shingUm, G. II.. 80' 

Washington, J. W.. 29» 

Washington, L. W. . 28' 

Wasson, Robert,... 70' 

Waterbury, Geo 69' 

Wjiterhouse, Andrew 

W 82' 

Waters, D.J 30' 

Waters, Edwin 87' 

Waters, J. R 80» 

Waters, J. W 48' 

Waters, R. II 9' 

Waters, R. J 80» 

Watew, 8. G 80' 

Wat kins, Irvinjf.... 81» 

Watklns, Noble.... 48' 

Watkins, T. C 76' 

Watnius, Oliver 14» 

Watson, A. II 28' 

Watson, E. L 66» 

Watson, J. A 62' 

Watson, James II. . . 48' 

Watson, Wm 68' 

Watson, W.R 83' 

Watt, Robert 81' 

Watten*. P. M 78' 

Watts, John 6' 

Watts, W. 11 85' 

Waugh, II. E 58» 

Waugh, J. W 13' 

Wayman, John 49' 

Wayman, M 67» 

Weatherby, S. 8.... 44' 

Weatherby, S. S.... 87' 

Weaver, W. R. . . 45', 46' 

Webb, A. II 61» 

Webb, Bern. F 48'! 

Webb,E.H 80» 

Webb, E. 8 22' 

Webb, Harvey 7" 

Webb, J. A 10* 

Webb, J. D GO' 

Webb, J. E SC 

Webb, W. C «3i 

Webb,W.M 80' 

W ebber, Louis 49' 

Webber, Putnam... 77' 

Webber, S. H 62' 

Webster, A. D 59' 

Welwter, Harvev... 61' 

Webster, H. A 60« 

Webster, J. J. G.. . 55» 



Paire 

Webst**r, J. M 6ti» 

Webster, M. P... . 75' 

Webster, M. B 68' 

Web8ter,N 12' 

Webster, W. R 78» 

Webster, Z.H 82» 

Wedd.rspoon, W. R. 86' 
Wedgeworth. Clark. 61» 
Weeeh, R.W. H.... 55' 
Weech,W. T. L.,.. 56' 

Weed, C. A 66' 

Weed, C. T 56' 

Weed, J. A 82', 88' 

Weed, Truman 57' 

Weeks, J. E 62' 

Weeks, L. B 88' 

Weitord, G. 8 80' 

Weihmueller, R.. 77»,84» 
Weir, Samuel. . . . 82', 88' 
Welch, F.W.60»,61«, 62' 
Welch, Herbert. . 72', 78» 
Welch, Jackson . . , , 8' 

Welch, John 45« 

Welch, Joseph 62* 

Welch, J. W. 68' 

Welch, Simon 8' 

Weller, Z.8 49' 

Wells, Alonzo 67' 

Wells, Dennis fiO» 

Wells, E. 48», 60' 

Wells, G.L 60' 

Wells, G. W 16' 

Wells, J. C 7S' 

Wells, J. L 8^» 

Wells, Moses 67' 

Welton,W. U 60» 

Wentworth, B. C... 83' 
Wentworth, Lewis. . 88» 

Wesoott, J. B 87' 

Wesley, Wm 14» 

We8t,C. E 83« 

West,E. E 6' 

West, II. P 66' 



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Whitoker, J. S 14' 

Whitoker, N. T 82' 

White, A. C 6' 

White, A. W 41' 

White, Balaam 27' 

White, Burrill 26» 

White, Bonj. P 46' 

White, C.E 68' 

White, Chas. M 27' 

White, E 61' 

White, Edward 74' 

White, E. A 85' 

White, Edward D.. 66* 

White, E.E 81» 

White, Frederick. . . S5» 

White, F.E 85« 

White, G. W 6', 7' 

White, Henry 63» 

White, H. M 6' 

White, L II 80' 

White, J. C 67», 68' 

White, John C. 67', 68« 

White, J.K 44« 

White, J. W 17» 

White, L 75' 

White, L. D 57» 

White, L.F 29« 

White, Moses 28» 

White, M. C 69' 

White, 8. F 74» 

White, T. A 43» 

White, W. A 23' 

White, Wm. G 18' 

White, Wm. J 69* 

Whit«,W.M b7» 

White, W.T 45« 

Whitehead, John E.. 44* 

Whiteley, R. T 51' 

Whiteside, Thos.. 84»,85' 

Whiteside, Than .... 82' 

Whitham, F. E..... 83' 

Whiting, H. C 52' 

WTiitney, G. H 64» 

West,' J. P 81' Whitney, Wm 48' 



West, T.M 66' 

We6tbrook,C.P.... 25* 

Westbrook. W. I... 9' 

We8tlake,W. B.... 88* 
, Weston, H.D. 63', 69«, 71' 

Weston, J. H 88' 

I Weston, P. W 10' 

'Westwood, J. R..., 87» 

Wetherbee, 8. F.... 81' 

Wharff, LH. W.... 84» 

Wharton, A. P 61« 

Wharton, H. C S8« 

Wharton. B.H 61' 

Wheat, F. 1 72', 74» 

Wheat, G. W.... 36', r^a 

Wheat, T.J 49' 

Wheatley, Richard . . 74' 

Whedon, D. A 77» 

Whedon, J. 8 71' 

Wheeler, A. M 60» 

Wheeler, Daniel.... 48' 

Wheeler, E.W 57' 

Wheeler, F.F 43» 

Wheeler, Ilenrv .... - 68» 

Wheeler, Joseph.. . . 42' 

Wheeler, J. M. 64» 

Wheeler, J. R 66' 

Wheeler, Rolwrt.... 43' 

Wheeler, Samuel.... 13' 

Wheeler, S. F 86» 

Wheeler, William. . . 41 ' 

Wheeler, W. S 63« 

Whidden, C.C 84» 

Whinna, Ri.hert 68' 

Whipple, K. F 58' 

Whitaker, George.. 76' 



Whitney, W.R 61' 

Whittaker, B. F.... 25» 
Whittaker.C. H. 86*, 87' 

Whitten, JohnB... 88» 

Whittier, True 81« 

Whittlngton, 8. P.. 80» 

Wicklin^J. 8 80' 

WidermamL. T.... 56« 

Widmer, F 67' 

Wigg, W.B 53' 

Wiggm, Wesley.... 84' 

Wiggms.A. M 68' 

Wight, G. B 87' 

Wight, W.H 61' 

Wlgley, Raflaele... 89' 

Wignall, Wm 75' 

Wilbum, F. G 29' 

Wilbur, H. H 88' 

Wilcox, C.F 66' 

Wilcox, G. W 31» 

Wilcox, T. 8 52' 

Wilder, C. W 75' 

WUder, N. W 61« 

Wilder, J. M 6« 

Wiley. J. H 31' 

Wilhelm,J. C 52' 

Wilhide, J. T 66' 

Wilkie, Walter 75' 

Wilkins, E. R 85' 

Wilkms, J. B 9' 

Wilkins, R. M... 78', 83» 

Wilkins, W.J 85» 

Wilkinson, C. H.... 68' 

Willcox,wmiam... 78' 

Willett, J. W 79' 

WUley, J. E 87' 



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William».Alex.S... 28* 

Williams, Andennon, 14* 

Williams, C. l-l. 83« 

Williams, C.H 82» 

Williams, 0. S 10* 

Williams, D. A 28» 

Williams, D. V 68* 

Williams, Emperor., 16^ 

Williams, E 78a 

Williams, E. B,.... 84* 

WUliams, G. L.. ... 88« 

Williams, G. P 22» 

Williams, Henry. . .. 42« 

WillUms, H. A.... 88» 

Williams, H.G 88» 

Williams, n.O... 16»,1G» 

Williams, Jamen, . , , 10* 

Williams, John .... 44» 
Williams, J.*eph. 67S 69« 

Williams, J. B. L... 6» 

Williams, J. E 42* 

Williams, J. F 89* 

Williams, J. Henry. 8« 

Williams, J. J 19* 

Williams, J. M 78» 

Williams, Noah H.. 28» 

Williams, Oscar . . 16« 

Williams, Kobcrt... 14* 

Williams, 8. M 65« 

Williams, T. F... 84»,85« 

Williams, T. 8 81> 

Williams, Wm 58« 

William8,W. H.. 2l», 22« 

WilllamSjW. R. J . . 48* 
Willinfir W. C... 72>,78» 

Willis, Dwyer 60* 

Willis, Daniel H.... 80* 

Willis, J. 8 80* 

WiUiston, Homce... 89* 
Wilmhur8t,W.G. 67»,68* 

Wilson, A. J 6* 

Wilson, A. L 68* 

WUson, A.L 68* 

Wilson, A. W 44* 

Wilson, Edward.... 66* 

Wilson, F.L 73 

Wil8on,G 69* 

Wilson, Gabriel 25» 

Wilson, Hiram 16* 

Wilson, HurK 1»» 

Wilson, H.W 14* 

Wilson, L B 89» 

Wilson. J. A. li. . . 81* 

Wilson, J. A. H.... 88* 

Wilson, J. E 181 

Wilson, J. G 64* 

Wilson, J. H 80* 

Wilson, J. H 6», 6* 

Wilson, J. L 28» 

Wilson, J. M 483 

W Uson, James P . . .. 66* 

Wilson, John 6* 

Wilson, J. O 63* 

Wilson, Joseph P.. . 66* 

Wilson, J. S 60* 



Wilson, J.T 9», lb* 

Wilson, James T.... 61 » 

Wilson, J. W. 8.... 48* 

Wilson, L.B 66* 

Wilson, M. B 78* 

Wilson, M:.8on.. 13«, 14* 

Wil84»n, Osborne. 16», 16* 

Wilson, Prince 25» 

Wilson, P. T 18* 

Wilson, R.E 61* 

Wil:«..n, R. E 73» 

Wilson, 8. A.... 65«, 66* 

Wilson, Samuel D.. 62* 

Wilson, 8. 8 66* 

Wilson, T. L 86* 

Wilson, T. 8 87* 

Wilson, W 67* 

Wilson, W. C ... 70* 

WUsoc, Wells W.W 81* 

Winans, C. C 64» 

Winans, F. 66* 

Winans, G.H 64* 

Winans, W. K 66* 

Winans, W. 8 72* 

Winans. W. 8., Jr. . 78» 

Winbiffler, Jasper. . 46* 

Winbu8h.J. W..... 29* 

Winchester, Zach. . . 86* 

Wing, C. 8 70» 

Wing, Solomon 42* 

Winmcll, R. M 60» 

Winn, Geo. W 19* 

Winner, J. 68* 

Winner, J. O.. Jr... 64* 

Winslow. G. G 88* 

Winstead, D. B 66 

Winter. A. E 88* 

Winteroonrne, Geo.. 47* 

Winterbum,G. W.. 87» 

Winters, J. H 80* 

Wirgman, O.P 66* 

Wise, Daniel...:... 77* 

Wise, William A... 81" 

Wisegarver, W. W . . 62* 

WlseniEn, Eugene. . 66* 

Withers, Fraii 19» 

Witherspoon.B. F.. 18> 

Whherspoon, P.... 17* 

Witherspoon. 8. B. . 26* 

Withee, L. B 88* 

Withey, Amos E.. . . 28* 

Witman, E. H 61* 

Witten, B.R 49* 

Witting, Victor 76» 

Wixon, C. F 72* 

Woen,G.J 40* 

Wolcott, R. T 85* 

Wolf, i^anzA. 40* 

Wolfe,G.A 64* 

Wolfolk, B. F 29> 

Wol/ord, A 66* 

Womble, T. R... 26», 26* 

WonderjB. F 88» 

Wones, W. R 68» 

Wonner,E. W 61* 



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Wood, B. F 68» 

Wood, D.J. M.. 44>, 90* 

Wood, George E... 81* 

Wood, George W . . . 68* 

Wood, H. A 66* 

Wood, Isaac L 82* 

Wood, Jerome 77' 

Wood, J. A., Jr.... 62* 

Wood, J. B 66* 

Wood, J. C 64» 

Wood,J.H 64* 

Wood, L. M. 16», 16«,84» 

Wood, MUtonB.... 46* 

Wood, R. C 68> 

Wood, Stephen II.. 88* 

Wood, 8. J 28* 

Wood, Thomas 66* 

Wood, Toby 14* 

Wood,W. B 62* 

Wood, Wm. F 22* 

Wood,W. W... 48», 60* 

Woodall,G.W 68» 

Woodbury, J. M.... 82* 

Woodcock, J. A.... 61» 

Wooding, G. W.... 77* 

Woodruff, A. M.... 67> 

Woodruff, C. 8 64* 

Woodruff, J. 89* 

Woods,Alfred. 76* 

Woods, C. C 88* 

Woods, Fre«^l crick. . . 77* 

Woods, J. D 84* 

Woods, Wm 86* 

Woodson, Charles K. 88* 

Woodward, F. P.... I 

Woodward, G. H... 86* 
Woodward, I. N. 46«, 46» 

Woodward, W.D... 79* 

Woodward. W. E... 88* 

Wood worth. A. M.. 68= 

Woolpert,D. C 69* 

Woolpcrt,H 67* 

Woolpert, Manoah. . 47* 

Wooten, A. 8 68* 

Worden, P. 8 88* 

Work, G. B 68» 

Wonnley, Johnson.. 26* 

Worrick, Charles. . . 66* 

Worth, J. O 69* 

Worth, W.T 76* 

Worthen.H. W.. 60«, 61* 

Wragg. J. P 6* 

Wray, Newton 78* 

Wright, A. A 76' 

Wright, A. C... 46»,46» 

Wright, A. W 29* 

Wright, B. 8 67* 

Wright, Cadmus 16» 

Wright, Clark 78* 

Wright, C.K 6* 

Wright, Geo. H 61* 

Wright, G.W.... 60», 61* 

Wright, H 66* 

Wright, H. H.... 67» 68* 

Wright,H.J 16* 



«* . . . P««« 

Wnght, James ...... .82* 

Wright, Jervmiah... 41* 

Wright, J. P 66'' 

Wright, J. R 64* 

Wright, J. W 44* 

Wright, M.E 76» 

Wright, N.J 87* 

Wright, O.P 89* 

Wright, Pomeroy... 67* 

Wright, Scipio 8* 

Wright, Sidney 19* 

Wright, 8. F 88» 

Wright, 8. 8 17* 

Wright, T.J 83* 

Wright, Wm. T.... 46» 

Wrigley, Abel 89» 

Wrightman, Richard 

R.. 67* 

Wright8on,J.0..65»,66* 

Wyatt, A. H 71* 

Wvatt, Clinton T... 82» 

W'ynn,D. W 6', 6* 



Yang Chun IIo 88* 

Yarborough, Pressly 15* 

Yamell, Jumes 19* 

Yat«s, W. J 78* 

Yatman, C. H 68» 

Yeiiger, J. M 78* 

Yeager, W. F 46* 

Yerkes, E. C 63* 

Yetter, D. M .... 48', 60* 

Yocum, A. D 61» 

Yooum, E. H 61* 

Yocum. W. F 67* 

York, Hennr 27* 

York, W. T 44* 

Youlen, P. F 67* 

Young, Alfred 48* 

Young, Charles 76* 

Young, Chas. B.... 48* 

Young, Christopher. 26* 

Young, t). E 66* 

Young, E. K 68* 

Young. G.W 80» 

Young, J. B 46» 

Young, John C 61* 

Young, J. W 68* 

Young, Nathan 80» 

Young, Tucker 14* 

Young, Wm 6» 

Z 

Zabrislu.J.8 48* 

Zane, W. 8 88* 

Zeigler, G. W 86* 

Zelley, H. J 87» 

Ziehmn^R. W. C... 66* 

Zimmerman, E. R.. 87* 

Zimmerman, Josiah 67* 

Zimmerman, W. H. 48' 

Zook, Jonathan 88' 

Zweifel, Joseph 66* 

Z weizig, WiUiam H . 63' 



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aLPHABmCAL.) 

OusfuuKcn n nn Usttid Static 

Conf«r«iic«. Flac«. TisM. Bishop. 

Ar1s4mslft«loo...TiirMo, Arlx^ Oct. S.GocxWIL 

Mack MiaiMiHioo.H"t 0prkigB.& Oak... Awl K.Bovman. 

MocEklpe. Clr.le, V C...., OeC K.Horrt. 

Callfomk. Paciflc6roTe«Gia....JBe|fCwl'«.Goo<l«en. 

CaJ.Ger. Miaiioa SeptM.OoodMU. 

Central Gerraiaa ...InaUoapnIta. IjML....8epUie.F<Mii. 

Central Illiaob....P<>tifiac lU 8ept.l7.MerTin. 

Crotralffev Yarti.'>Ti«!-tda.!C.Y Oct S.Nlnde. 

CeotTBlOblo Llfna,0 BepCS.Apdmn. 

Central Tenoewee. M r Ltun n m » ine.TeiinOct. Itf.Walden. 

ClileasoGennaa...Miiwaokee. Wia Sept^ LAndrevi. 

ClodooatL OreeovUle,0 Am. f7 .Joyce. 

Colorado C^nyoo Chy. CoL....Ja]7 il-Kbtde. 

ColitaDbiaRiTer....F<fndWtoo.Or^ *— ^ ^' " 

Dakou, M.fchell.8. Dak 

I>etMolnet. IndtanoU. la 

DetroH Alpena« Mich 

KaatObio. Cambridge. O 

Ka«t TeoneMee .... Wrtberlile. Va 

Krle Oilcnty, Pa 

(ime«ee Bradford. Pa 

Hoistou (ir«*eoville. Tenn 

I <laho I 'i>!oo« Ore 

Illlnolf J .clwonvllle. III 

Indiana Martlncrille. Ind 

I owa. a rinnell, la 

Kentocky Itartfoarsrille, Ky.. . 

Mlcbbtan >fu<ike«on. Mich. 

MlnneMia^ Mankato. Minn. 

Montana l/iviiigiton, Mon...... 

NebraAa. H.istlna, Neb 

Nerada Ml«on...Virrlnl7aty, Ner.... 

N. Mex. Boil MlM..fiafiU Pe. N. M 

N.Mex.8|»ao.MlM..Tao». N. M... 

NorthCaroUna....MaxtoQ. N. 

North Dakou U»i»on, Dak 

Northern German. Winona. Minn 

North Nebradca... Wayne, Neb 

North Ohio Bacyrui,0. 

N.PacifteOer.MiM.Tacoma, Waah 



CCHEOXOLOGICAIO 
Cu mwwmttm a nn Ci 

IHOCm FIACC* 

Utah MiHkm. Opdcn. Utah. ^wne S.Mode. 

WyoaBii« Miirioa..^ey«ine, Wyo .Jaly K.Niitde. 

Colorado Canyon City, CoL.... * SLXkide. 

Montana Lhinotoo, Mon. * S4."~ 

Nerada Mliik>a....Th«inlaCHy,NeT....A«c 7. 
Idaho Untbo. Ore * a. 



Tinccat. 
Tiaecnt. 



lOreaoo Grant's PaaiL Ore... 

I Colnnibia Hirer.... Pendleton. Ore. 



Cincinnati .....OreenrlUe'. O.I 

Black HiUf MlMfam Hot fvhogt, & Dak.. 



NTta.. 
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Seal S.Bo 
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N. W. German Duboooe la.. 

N. W. Indiana rravfordariUe. Ind.. 

N. W. Iowa Pfencer, la... 

N. W, Nor. k Dan. .Tacoma, Waih. 

N. 1i/.8wedl«h Saint PaoU Mhin 

NorweTn A Danish. La CroMe, Wk. ...... . 

Ohio Newwk.0 

Ornton Grant's Pa««Ore. — 

Pitubunr. Greensborg, Pa. 

Puicet Bound Whatcom, Wash 

Uock Hirer Aurora. lU 

HaiotLonbGerman. Burlkncton, la 

8. B. Indiana. Frankfln.Ind.. 



Ind.. 



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4. Vincent. 

4.FftsGecald. 

4.Joyoe. 
lO.Bovana. 
If.MerriB. 
lO.Andrewa. 
10.F<M 
ICMaOaliev. 
lO.Nevman. 
lO.GoodseU. 
ll.Poeler. 
ll.Fovler. 
11 .Joyce. 
17. Bowman. 
l7.Fuater. 
K.MeirilL 
K.MallalieQ. 
n.Fowter. 

17. Joyce. 

18. Andrews, 
18.F1tBGerald. 
H.GoodKlL 
M. Foster. 
SI.MerriU. 

SI.FoM. 

M.Waklen. 



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Bonthem CalifomiaSanta Barbara, Cal. . . 
Boathem Illinois. . . Moant Carmel, lU. . . . 

Tennemee Memphis, Tenn 

Upper Iowa Decorah.Ia. 

Utah Misdon Offden, Utah 

West German Denver, Col 

Went Nebraska..... HoMrese, Neb ^ 

West Virsinia Weston, W, Va Oct 1. Poss. 

West Wisconsin.... Monroe, Wli.^j. Sept 17. Poster. 

Wisconsin Whitewater. Wli Sept 24. Poss. 

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Wyoming Bliiston. .Cheyenne, Wyo. , 



Foacias Cosi 

Denmark Mission Jane 28. Warren. 

Germany Berlin, Germany June 5. Warren. 

Japan Tokyo, Japan July lO.Newman. 

Korea Mission Seoul, Korea June H 

North China Miss'n. Peking. China Jane1« ... 

Norway SIclen, Norway July 16. Warren. 

Hottth Amer'n Miss. j. 

Sweden Vestervlck. Sweden. . . Aug. rt. Wurren. 

Switserland. . , Chaux de Poods May 29. Warren. 

West China liiislonChungking, China.... May 28 



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D July lO.Newman. 

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Sweden.. Aoff. 6. Warren. 



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